Dec 3 2002 by Andrea Bruner
McDonald’s makes people fat, so now we can sue the fast food business?
Dec 3 2002 by Dr. Walter B. Roettger
As we approach the 2003 session of the General Assembly, it is becoming abundantly clear that this will be a time of difficult and critical choices for our elected officials and for the state.
Dec 2 2002 by Wilson Powell
Dec 2 2002 by James Jefferson
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – For state Education Director Ray Simon, the world of public education is inhabited by “school people” and “kid people.”
Nov 29 2002 by Terrell Tebbetts
Did you know Independence County is one of a handful of crucial “swing” counties in every election?
Nov 29 2002 by admin
Nov 27 2002 by Angelia Roberts
It was a high-profile murder case.
That is, to everyone except the attorney who would be defending the man charged.
Nov 27 2002 by admin
I’ve started a new list. It’s my “What I Want for Christmas” list. Heading it up is that new book by Dr. David Lipschitz titled “Breaking the Rules of Aging.” I love that Dr.
Nov 26 2002 by Andrea Bruner
Thanksgiving falls later in the month this year, but it seems to me have come upon pretty quickly.
Nov 25 2002 by James Jefferson
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – The state Supreme Court’s declaration that Arkansas’ school funding system is unconstitutional formalized the failure of what was hailed as the most sweeping reform of education
Nov 25 2002 by Wilson Powell
Future historians interested in local politics will possibly notice that a woman named Beulah Kelley served four terms as Independence County treasurer, from 1953 through 1960, but her name rarely
Nov 22 2002 by Charles haynes
A favorite New Yorker cartoon depicts two Pilgrims chatting on the deck of the Mayflower. “Religious freedom is my immediate goal,” says one, “but my long-range plan is to go into real estate.”