Aug 23 2001 by Larry Stroud
The recently-completed 22nd annual Cave City Watermelon Festival was fantastic – great melons, great food, great musical entertainment, a great car show, a great pancake and sausage breakfast, all
Aug 23 2001 by admin
WASHINGTON (AP) – California voters clearly were fed up with the illegal Mexican immigrants in their midst in November 1994.
Aug 23 2001 by Clyde McGinnis
90 YEARS AGO
There was an attraction in Bethesda this week that caused quite an excitement. Three wagon loads of Indians passed through the town, the first for many years.
Aug 22 2001 by Clyde McGinnis
Thos. W. Davis, a prominent merchant of Ben, is in Batesville on business today.
Aug 22 2001 by Lauran Neergaard
WASHINGTON (AP) – First, critics charged the Food and Drug Administration was endangering Americans by speeding approvals of new medicines, citing dangerous drugs that had to be yanked off the mark
Aug 22 2001 by Patsy Pipkin
When August appears on the calendar, our thoughts immediately turn to the new school year.
Aug 21 2001 by James Jefferson
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – Secretary of State Sharon Priest didn’t take no for an answer as she parlayed a campaign to stem floodwaters in southwest Little Rock into a political tide that she hopes will sw
Aug 21 2001 by Clyde McGinnis
Aug 21 2001 by Laura Cornett
Count yourself fortunate to live in an area where there’s always “Help” and “Hope.” Batesville Help and Hope, a local organization which is man powered strictly by volunteers, provides food and clo
Aug 20 2001 by Clyde McGinnis
Aug 20 2001 by Wilson Powell
Jordan Land, an impressive figure with a distinctive name, operated a cafe on Main Street, then farmed south of White River before his death on Jan. 2, 1922.
Aug 20 2001 by Steve Barnes
A nondescript August Arkansas day it was, nothing much going on, so why not stroll over to the U.S. Courthouse and catch the last act in the so-called “sex slave” trial.