Jan 10 2003 by admin
In the past month, the same observation has struck me three different times and places.
YesterdayÃ•s front page news and subject of this article has such an uninteresting ring Ã‘ tort reform. Maybe thatÃ•s why I feel so strongly about writing about it.
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Jan 9 2003 by admin
Shades of the past! The GTO is coming back, 30 years after it disappeared.
LITTLE ROCK Ã‘ The 84th General Assembly, which begins on January 13 at noon, will be the first in the history of the state in which all 35 senators and 100 representatives are relatively new be
The next time you see someone jogging along the highway, pull over and give them a beer. ItÃ•s better for them. At least it could be according to the New York Times.
Jan 8 2003 by admin
DonÃ•t you love it? Starting over. A New Year. A clean slate. Well, not exactly clean. We still have to live with our past.
IÃ•ve found my calling.
Years ago I had visions of living the perfect life. Perfect job, perfect kids, perfect husband, white picket perfect fence Ã‘ the works.
There seems to be a growing gap between farmers and the general public.
Jan 7 2003 by admin
I’m amazed at how many papers and pictures have been brought into the office following a recent article on a tornado victim’s belongings being found in the Southside area.
Letter to the Editor:
Jan 6 2003 by admin
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – Gov. Mike Huckabee appears to be beginning his fourth regular legislative session much like he began his first, though at the other end of the financial spectrum.