Apr 10 2003 by Larry Stroud
Auto makers are actually doing something about the dangers of air bags, a topic addressed in this space recently. In air bags’ defense, as Dr.
Apr 10 2003 by admin
Apr 9 2003 by admin
The man holding the video camera was not affiliated with any news agency and the man dressed in camouflage was not fighting any battles.
Apr 9 2003 by DR. BRUCE JOHNSTON
The Lyon College Honor System is marking its 10th anniversary this year, and it remains the only honor system adopted by a college or university in Arkansas.
Apr 8 2003 by Jeanni Brosius
The engineering involved in making planes fly and ships float amazes me.
Apr 8 2003 by Andrea Bruner
Are your private telephone conversations public domain? If they interrupt other people’s dinner, movie-going experience or ballgame, then I would say so.
Apr 7 2003 by James Jefferson
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – During the booming 1990s, the complexity of prioritizing state spending was in distributing lots of state money fairly and equitably among diverse state programs.
Apr 7 2003 by Wilson Powell
The Stovall farm at Evening Shade was unique in the pre-World War days when this writer rode past regularly and gazed at the peaceful-appearing scene.
Apr 3 2003 by Larry Stroud
Anyone who couldn’t find anything to do around Batesville last weekend just wasn’t looking very hard.
Apr 3 2003 by admin
I am writing to comment on the bill recently passed by the state Senate calling for a 30 percent sales tax increase on cigarettes to cover the state budget shortfall.
Apr 3 2003 by Patsy Pipkin
Another e-mail arrived this week. Actually this one couldn’t have arrived at a better time. It tells about a gracious and lovely 92-year old woman, petite, well poised, and proud.
Apr 2 2003 by Angelia Roberts