Jun 10 2003 by Rick Baber
Some people consider it a dirty word. Stay as far away from it as they can. They want to live their lives in peace. Mow their yards once a week. Rotate their tires. Go fishing on Saturday.
Jun 9 2003 by admin
An undated clipping, probably from an issue of the Arkansas Education Association magazine, plus references from a dependable historical source, help give a picture of the worth and popularity of t
Jun 6 2003 by Patsy Pipkin
When i asked her where i came from Mama always said i am Scot-irish, with a little dab of indian thrown in. Now i know for sure.
Jun 6 2003 by admin
Letter to the Editor:
Jun 5 2003 by Larry Stroud
Sunday was a charming day at Zion Hill Missionary Baptist Church, alongside state Highway 16 west of Alread, not far west of the Dabney Road turnoff and near the line dividing Van Buren and Pope co
Jun 5 2003 by David Stricklin
Probably because they know that your mild-mannered columnist teaches, reads a lot, and writes a little about religion in the U.S., certain persons have been encouraging me to get involved in the de
Jun 5 2003 by Blanche Lincoln
As a mother, I know that a parent’s greatest fear is that a child will be abducted or run away from home.
Jun 4 2003 by admin
I have been reading with interest the discussion about evolution between two intelligent and articulate men, a minister and a biology professor.
Jun 4 2003 by Angelia Roberts
I never seem to get out of the work mode. That was apparent last week when I took several days off for vacation and it seemed everyone I met or everywhere I went there was a story.
Jun 3 2003 by admin
Have you gotten any weird checks in the mail from a company you’ve never heard of? If so, you might be a little leery about cashing them.
To The Editor:
Jun 2 2003 by Wilson Powell
Orbie Vernon Lunsford, who died in Batesville on March 5 of this year, was low-key, capable and versatile in both civilian and Army life.