Oct 31 2002 by Larry Stroud
This week has been a really good one although it has, so far, had the usual problems, annoyances, heavy work load and other crummy stuff that happens.
Oct 31 2002 by admin
The 2002 election will decide whether the constitutionalists or the judicial activists control the federal judiciary for the next 30 years.
Oct 30 2002 by Angelia Roberts
Laughter usually cures what ails you.
Oct 30 2002 by admin
Oct 29 2002 by Andrea Bruner
Apparently, we’re going to vote after all whether to eliminate sales tax from food and medicine.
Oct 29 2002 by Letters to the Editor
I’m writing with regard to your articles in the 10/23/02 and 10/24/02 Guard on the appeal before the Batesville City Council on the rezoning of all the Talburt property at 1188 East Boswell Street
Oct 28 2002 by James Jefferson
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – The chief financial backer of a proposed constitutional amendment to remove sales taxes from food and medicine says dire predictions of its consequences are just scare tactics.
Oct 28 2002 by Wilson Powell
In 1876 a young man named John S. Medley arrived at Evening Shade with 75 cents in his pocket. He began work at a mill owned by Nancy Sharp, widow of Isaac Sharp. In a few months John S.
Oct 25 2002 by Lark Whittemore Ricklefs
When I returned home from the funeral of a church member, my grown daughter, Jenny, asked me about the service.
Oct 25 2002 by Dr. Harry Ward
By now, you’ve probably heard about Amendment 3’s scheme to cut the sales tax from food and medicine. So why all the fuss about axing the tax? And what does it really mean?
Oct 24 2002 by Larry Stroud
The word “legend” is vastly overused these days, with many folks I’ve never heard of being called legends. And some of those folks probably were legends, it’s just that I’ve never heard of them.
Oct 24 2002 by David Stricklin
Well, the results are in, the submissions have been evaluated by a panel of stern judges, and we’re ready to announce the winners in the Great Hamburger Essay contest.