Oct 17 2002 by Letters to the Editor
After reading the Oct. 1st issue of the Guard I found the article on bond reduction to be a bit disturbing.
Oct 17 2002 by Larry Stroud
Some more weird news stories that are for real and for true: Where do I start? There’s so many, not counting the tragic sniper story that is ongoing in the Washington, D.C.-Maryland-Virginia area.
Oct 16 2002 by Angelia Roberts
Several years ago a friend walked into my office and asked for help.
Oct 16 2002 by admin
HOLLYWOOD – God bless America, and how’s everybody?
Oct 15 2002 by Andrea Bruner
I don’t know a single farmer or hunter in Arkansas who is going to vote for Initiated Act 1 next month. This act is accused of being vague and confusing.
Oct 15 2002 by admin
Oct 14 2002 by Wilson Powell
On March 18 of this year, we published an article about David Myers Tucker and his two wives, Sarah Reeder Tucker and Susan Cagle Tucker, settlers in Washington Township, Independence County, Bethe
Oct 14 2002 by James Jefferson
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – Though his eyes have grown dim, Sid McMath still sees education as Arkansas’ path to economic prosperity.
Oct 11 2002 by Argus Hamilton
Oct 11 2002 by Jack Canfield
By Allen Klein
“Of all days, the day on which one has not laughed is the one most surely wasted.”
– Sebastein-Roch Nicolas de Chamfort
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Oct 10 2002 by Larry Stroud
Now, I’ve heard everything.
Soon, while eating your food, you may find advertising on it. Not on the can or box it came in, but on the food itself.
Oct 10 2002 by David Stricklin
In the pantheon of the hamburgerly arts, there are many great artists, purveyors of truth and beauty, who come down from the lofty reaches to endow us poor mortals with the encouragement, the suste