Nov 10 2001 by Stacey Roberts
There has been a lot of name-calling in the past two months, a lot of careless labeling of individuals according to the group with which they are identified, regardless of their actions.
Nov 10 2001 by Jack Canfield
By Arline McGraw Oberst
“The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched. They must be felt with the heart.”
– Helen Keller
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Nov 8 2001 by Arkansas Editorials
Some selected editorials from Arkansas newspapers.
The Banner-News, Magnolia, Nov. 1
Nov 8 2001 by Clyde McGinnis
94 YEARS AGO
The United States Post Office and Courthouse in Batesville, built in 1904, cost $65,000.
The public school opened at Newark Monday with 130 pupils present.
Nov 8 2001 by David Stricklin
I was visiting a college campus recently in another state and heard the school’s president give an address.
Nov 7 2001 by Chuck Ross
As some of you may already know, when it comes to a lack of respect for the flag of the United States of America, I can get riled up in what is commonly defined as a New York split second.
Nov 7 2001 by Jim Davidson
When I was growing up there was a word that we used to hear quite often in relation to children that we don’t hear much these days.
Nov 7 2001 by Clyde McGinnis
There has been less sickness at Batesville and through the country this past summer and the summer before. In fact, the health of the country is good.
Nov 5 2001 by Steve Barnes
That the toughest job in state government is director of the Department of Human Services is a myth.
The toughest job in state government is being spokesman for the Department of Human Services.
Nov 5 2001 by Clyde McGinnis
Nov 5 2001 by Wilson Powell
A 475-page flexible-bound book published by McCleery and Sons of Fargo, N.D., is sure to attract local attention and should be on the shelves in a local bookstore by the time this column appears in
Nov 2 2001 by Terrell Tebbetts
If you want a slim volume that gives you a handle on a lot of what you see going on, from Batesville to Afghanistan, you might get a copy of Viktor Frankl’s “Man’s Search for Meaning.”