Friends remember children during candlelight ceremony

December 10, 2007 Candles were lit and tears were shed, but the glow from the annual Candlelighting and Memorial Tree Decorating Service will stay with bereaved family members who were there to honor the memory of thei

Meetings cost county thousands for JP pay

December 10, 2007 While Independence County has been facing a budget shortfall since close to April, the justices of the peace have accrued approximately $13,666.43 total for 13 committee meetings and two regular month

Ark. survivors to be honored at Capitol

December 7, 2007 Secretary of State Charlie Daniels will honor Arkansas’ Pearl Harbor survivors at a ceremony at 3 p.m. today in the second floor rotunda of the State Capitol.  

News of Other Days

December 7, 2007 Editor’s note: This column ran previously in the Guard on Dec. 19, 1994.73 YEARS AGO

Accident sends man to trauma center

December 6, 2007 A man who found himself lying in the middle of the highway after rolling his truck Wednesday afternoon was lucky that the first person to the scene was a nurse. 

Banned shopper arrested

December 6, 2007 An irate customer, who reportedly became physical after she was asked to leave the J.C. Penney store in Batesville, is facing multiple charges ranging from theft to assaulting police officers.

News of Other Days

December 6, 2007 Editor’s note: This column ran previously in the Guard on Dec. 16, 1994.73 YEARS AGO

Superseding indictment filed Wednesday

December 6, 2007 LITTLE ROCK — A former teacher under house arrest has been granted permission by a judge to spend the holidays with family, and a new indictment handed down means he will get to appear before a