Mar 5 2003 by Jack Critcher
LITTLE ROCK – The Senate approved legislation to pay for the work of the Educational Adequacy Committee, which the legislature created after the state Supreme Court ruled that Arkansas schools were
Mar 5 2003 by Angelia Roberts
Women. Can’t live with them or without them. Why is that? Could it be because they nurture, protect and sometimes love without question?
Mar 4 2003 by Andrea Bruner
A group of friends and I were recently talking about a woman in a mall (at the food court) who was breast-feeding her baby. Who would have thought this would have created such a stir?
Mar 4 2003 by ANGELA BROWN
If you’re like me, when you get bored, tired or in a bad mood you go to the fridge to see if any new treats have appeared since your last visit there.
Mar 4 2003 by admin
Mar 3 2003 by admin
Wilson Powell has been under the weather and will return next week. This column appeared in theJune 11, 1985 edition of the Batesville Daily Guard.
Mar 3 2003 by James Jefferson
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – To pass his government reorganization plan, Gov. Mike Huckabee will have to persuade House members to put the cart before the horse.
Feb 28 2003 by Jeanni Brosius
I enjoy movies, but I must get a testosterone surge when it comes to choosing them. I’ll leave the ‘chick flicks’ to the girly girls, because this chick loves action, suspense, and fast cars!
Feb 28 2003 by admin
The first of March is just around the corner and even though it doesn’t look much like it, Spring is almost here.
Feb 28 2003 by Charles C. Haynes
President Bush’s long march toward war with Iraq is igniting a rancorous debate among young Americans not heard since the Vietnam era.
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Feb 26 2003 by Angelia Roberts
Once upon a time a group of individuals with little or no sense of humor decided fairy tales were not good for children.