Federal judge rules against casino

March 7, 2001 LITTLE ROCK (AP) - Victims of convicted swindler Murry Armstrong of Star City could share in another $357,000 as compensation for their losses if a federal judge's ruling against a Louisiana casino

Fayetteville has horse of a different color

March 7, 2001 FAYETTEVILLE (AP) - He has no name and looks different each month, yet he is easily recognizable. In fact, he's so easy to identify that he is the subject of photographs and scavenger hunts.

Union attempts to extend raises

March 6, 2001 LITTLE ROCK (AP) - The state education director defended legislation for teacher raises Monday against union efforts to win pay raises for more instructors.

Curtis joins Shoppe ranks

March 6, 2001 W.L. "Wally" Curtis has recently joined the staff of The Property Shoppe as an associate broker.

Board may be formed to consider fire coverage

March 6, 2001 xA committee appointed by County Judge David Wyatt to consider all aspects regarding the formation of a rural fire department to support the area around Oil Trough met Monday.

UACCB names vice chancellor

March 6, 2001 Cari Wickliffe, new vice chancellor for Student Services at the University of Arkansas Community College at Batesville, is no stranger to the area of student services or to Batesville, according to

Newark gets new recorder-treasurer

March 6, 2001 NEWARK - City secretary-bookkeeper Phyllis Riley was appointed Monday by the Newark City Council as recorder-treasurer to fill the unexpired term of Regina Daughdrill, who recently moved out of sta

Bell promotes Cline

March 6, 2001 LITTLE ROCK - Southwestern Bell has appointed Rhonda Cline as the External Affairs Manager for the local service area.

Concord sets park cleanup

March 6, 2001 CONCORD - The Concord Town Council on Monday set March 24 as a cleanup day at the city park, said Recorder-treasurer Annis Reed.