Search Site: 
 advanced search   rss feeds   Contact Us   return home 
online sections
online forms

Online Poll

What do you like most about Thanksgiving?
The Family
Time Off From Work
The Food!!
The Idea
All of the Above
None of the Above
View Results


Halloween Knight’s contest conjures up creativity: From a Smurfy ghost to diva-like wizard, this year’s costume contest at Knight’s Super Food in Jacksonville was a Halloween delight. Several Spidermen and even a Harry Potter showed up to heat up the Halloween action in the frozen food section at the grocery store located off South James Street.

Retired Col. Charles O’Sullivan in 2006 during the taping of the documentary.

“Injuries slight..., please advise.”

Stepfather charged in toddler’s death dies
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 Base
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. Balch.

El Paso man killed in crash on halloween
A 37-year-old 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 traffic.

City delays budget meeting
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 guitar
A 16-year-old 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 theft
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 recent years.

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 efforts.

Community Calendar
Free flu shots Thursday

Find out about our RSS feeds and what they are. Email The Webmaster 

Copyright © 2007 Stephens Media, LLC. -
Last published on Saturday, November 10, 2007
Visit our sister site,
All rights reserved.
Unathorized reproduction is prohibited.