Sep 13 2001 by David Stricklin
There’s a scene in the movie “Apocalypse Now” in which the captain of a patrol boat is stunned to find himself the recipient of a mortal wound. The fact of being wounded was not what shocked him.
Sep 13 2001 by Letters to the Editor
Is Batesville a Bi-Polar City? Our city’s reaction to the terrorism goes to extremes Both ways.
Thank Goodness the majority of the people have their heart in the right place.
Sep 12 2001 by Chuck Ross
After losing the NCAA basketball championship to Duke in Minneapolis recently, Arizona fans had to be subjected to stun grenades, rubber bullets and tear gas in order for police to regain control o
Sep 12 2001 by Jim Davidson
My former business partner, the late Bob Gannaway, used to tell a story about Alexander the Jumping Flea.
Sep 12 2001 by Clyde McGinnis
90 YEARS AGO
Sep 11 2001 by Andrea Bruner
Monday was nearly a perfect day to start this week. The sun shone warmly, but it was just warm enough. It was a welcome relief to the weekend’s humidity, that was for sure.
Sep 10 2001 by Wilson Powell
Linda Harris, Box 74, Jonesboro, Ill., has provided an excellent sketch of her Sharp County ancestors named Watkins and has asked our audience for help in filling in some blanks immediately followi
Sep 10 2001 by Steve Barnes
There was this kid, once, whose grandmother and two of her four adult children – Arkansas natives all – settled in Houston, Texas, after World War II.
Sep 10 2001 by Clyde McGinnis
A well has been drilled at the Pine Hill School house by John Southard. He struck a fine stream of water at 60 feet.
Sep 7 2001 by Clyde McGinnis
Sep 7 2001 by Terrell Tebbetts
I came up with a startling thought as I was teaching my American Lit II class on Monday.
Sep 7 2001 by Jack Canfield
By Tanya Bank
“I may not have gone where I intended to go, but I think I have ended up where I intended to be.”
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