HB man faces charges

May 8, 2007 HORSESHOE BEND — A Horseshoe Bend man is free on $25,000 bond following his arrest on child sex charges Friday.

Woman sought in residential burglary

May 8, 2007 A Cushman woman is being sought in the burglary of the Sam and Mary Jo Hurley residence at 6120 N. Central Ave. on April 29, according to a circuit court affidavit filed by Det.

Sugg favors Frazier

May 8, 2007 Monday night, Deborah Frazier had braced herself for hearing a name other than her own as University of Arkansas System President Dr. B.

Mitchell confined to home

May 7, 2007 LITTLE ROCK — A former school teacher spent six nights behind bars before a judge ruled he could be released into the custody of his wife. 

Families needed for foster care

May 7, 2007 Foster families can make a big difference in the lives of children. Most foster children desperately need to feel that they are a worthwhile person.

College holds 135th commencement ceremony

May 7, 2007 When it comes to achieving success, nothing provides a better education than failure, the keynote speaker said Saturday at the 135th Commencement ceremony at Lyon College.

Council to hear pit bull concerns

May 7, 2007 Batesville has a bigger problem with pit bulls than any other breed of dog; in fact, Animal Control Officer Jeff Pender says 60 percent of his nuisance dog calls are about pit bulls.