(Advertisement)

Vote Set On School Officers

Alma Tax Focuses On Safety Moves

Posted: July 30, 2013 at 2:50 a.m.

A tax increase in the Alma School District would go toward providing a police officer on each of the district’s four campuses and remodeling front entrances so that all visitors are routed through each school’s office.

This story is only available from our archives.

Northwest Arkansas, Pages 7 on 07/30/2013

(Advertisement)



« Previous Story

Hospital Added To Trauma System

On its second try, Northwest Medical Center in Springdale passed a site evaluation by state health officials and will join Arkansas’ trauma system as a Level III center. Read »

Next Story »

Divers Continue Search For Missing Man

STAFF PHOTO SAMANTHA BAKER w @NWASamantha
Cadaver dogs from St. Louis and their handlers board a boat in order to search for the body of Michael Burton of Omaha, Neb. Monday, July 29, 2013, at Beaver Lake near Dam Site Park in Eureka Springs. Burton was spearfishing with a friend on Saturday and never surfaced. Carroll County Sheriff's Department and local search teams assisting in the recovery are using cadaver dogs, sonar and dive teams to locate the Burton's body.

Divers and cadaver dogs were used Monday to search for a man believed to have drowned Saturday, said Robert Gr... Read »