Mar 16 2001 by Erin McClam
ATLANTA (AP) – Lyme disease soared in the late 1990s as Americans built more and more homes in the woods, bringing people into contact with ticks, the government reported Thursday.
Mar 16 2001 by admin
ALDER, Wash. (AP) – The governor declared a statewide drought emergency, two weeks after an earthquake created a disaster area in the northwestern part of the state.
SARASOTA, Fla. (AP) – A judge cleared a nursing home of any wrongdoing in the case of an 87-year-old woman who died after being stung more than 1,600 times by fire ants in her bed.
Mar 16 2001 by Roger Alford
Mar 16 2001 by Wil Shane
SPRINGDALE (AP) – She’s slender, shy and appears very delicate until she swings into the leathern comfort of her saddle. There, she’s strong and capable. There, she’s at home.
DRASCO – The Southside Southerners finished last in a high school match at Tannenbaum Golf Club here Thursday.
CAVE CITY – The Cave City Cavewomen won three of four doubles matches here Tuesday to edge the Mountain Home Lady Bombers in a high school tennis competition.
Here are the results:
The Lyon College Pipers have signed Mika Seay, a 5-foot-8 guard from Calico Rock.
Three area gymnasts won championships at the Level 4 Future Stars Fun Meet at Stars & Stripes Gymnastics Center on Saturday.
The event is a state-wide, season-ending event for Level 4 gymnasts.
HEBER SPRINGS – Southside Lady Southerner Tara Visosky won two events at a high school track and field meet here Tuesday.
Visosky won the 100- and 200-meter dashes.
In a tennis match Thursday, the Lyon College Pipers took down Southern Arkansas 6-0.
Coach Be Pham said the Pipers played comfortably.
BOISE, Idaho (AP) – Nathaniel Burton didn’t think he beat the shot-clock buzzer, and Arkansas Coach Nolan Richardson still doesn’t know.