Dec 11 2002 by Angelia Roberts
Long before the year is officially over, my daughter with the 2-year-old informs me to not make any plans for New Year’s Eve.
Dec 11 2002 by Patsy Pipkin
At exactly 4:18 a.m. my panic button went off. I tossed and turned for about five minutes, but couldn’t go back to sleep.
Dec 10 2002 by Andrea Bruner
Last week’s ice storm certainly left its mark at my house, although the storm itself came and went rather quickly.
Dec 10 2002 by admin
It is in time of stress and despair that we truly realize the importance of kindness and understanding for our fellow man.
Dec 9 2002 by Wilson Powell
A resident of another state has requested a copy of Paul Buchanan’s column concerning the late I.F. Blackwell of Batesville, published some time before Mr. Blackwell’s death in December of 1970.
Dec 9 2002 by James Jefferson
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – To the incoming chairman of the Senate Revenue and Taxation Committee, it’s “fairly obvious” that the Legislature will have to generate millions of dollars in new revenue by rais
Dec 6 2002 by admin
The following essays have been submitted by three humor columnists who met in Bateville for the first time. Each one gives an account of how their encounter went.
Southern hospitality and catfish
MELBOURNE – Cecil Whitfield Grimmett, 89, of Oxford died Thursday, Dec. 5, 2002, in a Melbourne nursing home.
HARDY – The funeral service for Rose Chase, who died Friday, Nov. 29, 2002, is postponed until further notice due to weather.
Dec 5 2002 by Larry Stroud
Every now and then I get an e-mail message that just floors me. That’s when I say something like this to myself: “How could anybody be that dumb? How could they not know that?”
Dec 5 2002 by admin
In the early stages of what, as of this writing, has already turned out to be the longest stretch of being without electricity at home that I’ve ever experienced, something occurred to me that hadn
Dec 4 2002 by Angelia Roberts
I hate to admit this but I’m having a crisis. It’s still that mid-life thing that I keep hanging on to because from here all I’ve got is an old-age crisis to look forward to.