Apr 23 2002 by Andrea Bruner
If you’re not registered to vote in the primary next month, I hate to tell you – it’s too late. You may want to quit reading right now. I’m going to start preaching to the choir, so to speak.
Apr 22 2002 by admin
Pope John Paul has called his U.S. cardinals to Rome and, of course, they will meet in secret.
I called an old friend once fired, semi-publicly, by an agent of the Pope.
145 Years Ago
In April of 1991 Frank Wallis, then a writer-photographer for the Batesville Guard, interviewed Lewis and Zelda Dacis Price, then and now residents of West Batesville.
Apr 19 2002 by admin
144 YEARS AGO
Apr 19 2002 by Beth Teolis
“Wash what is dirty. Water what is dry. Heal what is wounded. Warm what is cold. Guide what goes off the road. Love those who are least lovable, because they need it most.”
So is Lyon College a bastion of the knee-jerk, politically correct liberalism the press has been reporting?
Apr 18 2002 by Larry Stroud
News from the animal kingdom lately has been a little unnerving.
Apr 17 2002 by Angelia Roberts
Judicial races in the 16th District and one in the Third District are creating a lot of interest.
Apr 15 2002 by Steve Barnes
NEW ORLEANS – Almost 80 years ago one Rose Wright gifted a Mrs. R.H. Branch of Searcy a book of editorials by William Allen White, owner, publisher and editor of the Emporia Kansas Gazette.
Apr 15 2002 by admin
Apr 15 2002 by Wilson Powell
Who were 1st Lt. Carmon B. Rucker of Grand Saline, Texas; Lt. Gaston Dan Shofner of Morrilton; Lt. Paul Beverly Garrett of Okolona; and Pfc. Jarod Duke of Strong?