Mar 31 2003 by Wilson Powell
Most people with an interest in local history know that the extended Case family has played a major role in the development of the Independence-Izard-Stone County area of the White River Valley.
Mar 31 2003 by James Jefferson
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – Good, small school districts may be hard-pressed to survive under Gov.
Mar 28 2003 by Charles C. Haynes
A Muslim family’s van is destroyed near Chicago, a Muslim teenager is badly beaten in California, a mosque is attacked in Illinois – and the list lengthens daily with new reports of harassment and
Mar 28 2003 by Mike Huckabee
Arkansas isn’t alone in having to confront budget problems. Governors and state legislators across the country are facing the worst budget crisis for state governments in 50 years.
Mar 27 2003 by David Stricklin
Recently, some students of my acquaintance were discussing the relative merits of liver. I hasten to add that this assumes that liver has merits, a point I wouldn’t make if I held that assumption.
Mar 27 2003 by Larry Stroud
OK, folks, let’s visit this school consolidation thing again. Even the people pushing for consolidation have agreed, sometimes grudgingly, that consolidation won’t save money.
Mar 26 2003 by Angelia Roberts
The young woman looks older than her years, but she is still pretty. Each day time will take its toll, but more than time, her addiction to methamphetamine will make her old long before her time.
Mar 26 2003 by admin
Mar 25 2003 by Andrea Bruner
The Oscars came and went Sunday night – did you watch?
Mar 25 2003 by admin
LITTLE ROCK – The Senate passed legislation to join a coalition of states with standardized tax procedures, which would eventually allow the state to begin collecting sales taxes on mail order purc
Mar 24 2003 by Jack Canfield
By Celeste Winters
“Character is not made in a crisis – it is only exhibited.”
– Robert Freeman
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A women gathers her courage, and succeeds.
Mar 24 2003 by James Jefferson
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – Sen. Jim Argue says overhauling public education should not be an exercise in emotion, but rather an examination of the cold, hard facts.