Jul 7 2003 by admin
The following article appeared in a previous edition.
The old mill at Anderson
Jul 3 2003 by admin
We have cotton that creates its own color due to gene manipulation. We have corn that creates its own resistance to corn borers, sort of a built-in pesticide, also due to gene manipulation.
It’s a good thing my dog seems to recognize me. I’ve had several assaults on my sense of identity lately. Most are fairly forgettable, nothing really on the order of identity theft.
Jul 2 2003 by admin
LITTLE ROCK- The Arkansas Highway and Transportation Department is making progress on its $950 million program to upgrade about 380 miles of interstate highways.
Growing up a poor white child I was unaware there was such a thing as racism. I’m not sure at what age I became aware of racial prejudices.
Jul 1 2003 by admin
It’s hot in Tucson, Ariz., this time of year, although I was told it is a “dry heat.” It’s more like a convection oven as my skin absorbs the sun.
It’s an age-old question for many residents in the Batesville area. Why does the White River Pageant Association honor men who have contributed to the water carnival, but does not honor women?
Jun 30 2003 by admin
It blows the small part of my mind that is left that no one has written about recent events that occurred in Batesville, so, in my mind, it falls on me.
Jun 27 2003 by Terrell Tebbetts
A short series of events over the last few weeks brings home how great it is to live in a town like Batesville.
Jun 27 2003 by admin
Gordon B’s letter 6/25/03 reminds me of the public relations executive in L.A. who wrote that he was tired of paying a disproportionate share of taxes compared to the poor.
Jun 26 2003 by Larry Stroud
OK, this is stupid. Ridiculous. No wonder the phrase “the dumbing down of America” has become so common; it starts at the top.