Jan 31 2003 by MAYOR JOE BIARD
Let it be said that the State of the City address is not an exercise in rhetoric by the mayor, but rather something required each January.
Jan 30 2003 by Larry Stroud
Only the government could lose 19,980,000 plastic mail-storage tubs.
Never mind that’s just in the postal department – it is still governmental operations, so it’s the government.
Jan 30 2003 by David Stricklin
As a youngster, I was one of that sort known as a “good kid.” All my mother’s friends liked me.
Jan 29 2003 by admin
Jan 29 2003 by Angelia Roberts
The young woman did not move. Only moments before a flurry of activity had surrounded her. Seconds counted while doctors and nurses did everything in their power to save her.
Jan 28 2003 by Andrea Bruner
I think weÃ•ll be leaving the TV on at our house for a few days. Sure, we have it on at some point every day of our lives, but now I have a good reason.
Jan 28 2003 by Karen Lynch
A White County man underwent heart surgery. Following surgery, a surgical nurse found an unaccounted for sponge in the patientÃ•s chest cavity.
Jan 27 2003 by admin
Letter to the Editor:
In regards to Angelia RobertsÃ• editorial on January 22, 2003, Ã’Setting a good exampleÃ“:
Jan 27 2003 by James Jefferson
LITTLE ROCK (AP) Ã‘ Determined not to repeat the mistakes of his predecessor, Gov.
Jan 27 2003 by Wilson Powell
Linda Cowan Mose, firstname.lastname@example.org (her U.S. mail address may be available later), has written in part as follows:
Jan 24 2003 by Patsy Pipkin
Something I overheard the other day keeps creeping back into my mind. I just can’t shake the idea that some people don’t read the newspaper and watch television news.
Jan 24 2003 by Terrell Tebbetts
In this week of celebrating Dr. King’s life and work, it’s important to remember why Dr. King was so successful.