Mar 13 2003 by admin
Letters to the Editor,
Mar 12 2003 by Angelia Roberts
Grow or go.
That statement could sum up the proposed sales tax Independence County voters may be asked to consider in the near future.
Mar 11 2003 by Andrea Bruner
Imagine your daughter is dying in a hospital, while you sit helplessly thousands of miles away. You call the hospital, only to be told by the person on the other end she can’t tell you anything.
Mar 11 2003 by admin
Re: Sales tax increase to undergo public scrutiny.
Mar 10 2003 by Wilson Powell
Editor’s note: Wilson Powell has been under the weather and will return next week. This column appeared in the Nov. 16, 1992, edition of the Batesville Daily Guard.
Mar 10 2003 by admin
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – Endorsements from the teachers union and the business community give Gov.
Not long ago I was involved in a auto accident that left me in need of serious medical attention. After having major surgery I was sent home to recuperate.
Mar 7 2003 by Terrell Tebbetts
So many books, so little time. Readers pass up far more books than we buy and stack on the tables beside our recliners and beds.
Mar 6 2003 by Ken Paulson
Just when it appeared that a federal appeals court might reconsider its ruling that use of the Pledge of Allegiance in public schools is unconstitutional, it instead affirmed the decision.
Mar 6 2003 by Larry Stroud
It’s happened again. A Florida toddler died Friday from injuries suffered when a collision deployed an airbag in her mother’s minivan while the child was in the front seat.
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?