May 17 2001 by David Stricklin
There’s a fine line between having a sense of humor and being silly. I’ve never tried very hard to avoid crossing that line, partly because I’m more afraid of crossing a different one.
May 17 2001 by Clyde McGinnis
91 YEARS AGO
May 16 2001 by Clyde McGinnis
May 16 2001 by Chuck Ross
His voice was so low he made the lowest of notes by Richard Sterban of the Oak Ridge Boys sound as if they come from a soprano choir boy.
May 16 2001 by Jim Davidson
The Scottish essayist, historian and philosopher Thomas Carlyle (1795-1881) once said, “Government is the exact symbol of its people, with their wisdom and unwisdom.” Personally I am grateful for o
May 15 2001 by James Jefferson
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – Asa Hutchinson has moved up another rung in his improbable climb from political purgatory to national prominence with his nomination to head the federal Drug Enforcement Administ
May 15 2001 by Jack Canfield
By Johnnie Dowdy RNC
“God hears no more than the heart speaks; and if the heart be dumb, God will certainly be deaf.”
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May 15 2001 by admin
May 14 2001 by Clyde McGinnis
May 14 2001 by Wilson Powell
A simple yet eloquent ceremony here Saturday honored 10 former residents of the Batesville Masonic Home who have died since the last reunion of the group in 1999.
May 14 2001 by Steve Barnes
U.S. Representative Asa Hutchinson’s Third Congressional District constituents are understandably absorbed with the maneuvering to succeed him, as is the entire Arkansas political establishment.
May 11 2001 by Jim Chlebak
(We can build castles with sand, but will a world view stacked in snippets of experience hold water, or will meaning seep away through the gaps?)