Stepfather charged in toddler’s death
The man charged in
the August death of his 2-year-old step-son at the
Little Rock Air Force Base died Nov. 1 during
preparation for surgery.
Sherwood resident assumes command of
airlift wing at Little Rock Air Force
Col. James R.
Summers was recognized as the new airlift wing commander
Saturday morning during a ceremony that saw the
leadership transfer from departing Col. Travis D.
El Paso man killed in crash on
El Paso man was killed Halloween evening when his car
was struck from behind by an 18-wheeler on U.S.
Interstate 440 at the Arkansas 161 exit during rush hour
City delays budget
With its finance
director returning from surgery, the city requested to
postpone November’s second Jacksonville City Council
meeting until Nov. 29.
Duo arrested, pawnshop owner hit with
Jacksonville High School student and an 18-year-old man
were arrested in connection to the Oct. 25 robbery of
Jim’s Pawn Shop on North First Street. The local pawn
shop owner Jim Pate was injured when he was struck with
a guitar by one of the assailants.
Chief Baker warns about ID
About 10 million
people fall victim to identity theft each year. Arkansas
ranks 32 with nearly 48 victims per 100,000 people.
Jacksonville, alone, had 226 cases in the first 10
months of 2007, which reflects a steady increase from
Coach’s program to create character
scores points with city council
Coach Victor Joyner has been holding his
basketball players to higher standard for 13 years, but
the Jacksonville City Council brought attention to
Joyner’s Character Standards program last week, when
they passed a resolution in support of Joyner’s
Free flu shots Thursday