Couple recalls hijacking at dawn of terrorism
__Eva and Mor Weiss had three guests at their Miami condominium when they asked a visitor from Arkansas about the opening of the Clinton Presi-dential Library. [FULL TEXT]

Presidents, their wives stand up to see Bono sing in the rain
___Four U.S. presidents and their wives stood up during the dedication of Bill Clinton's presidential library in Little Rock so they could get a better view of Bono performing in the rain Thursday. [STORY]


Better roads or schools?
>>> IN SHORT>>> Gov. ___Huckabee wants the legislature to enact another road-building program this winter, and his highway commissioners obliged last week with a proposal to float another bond issue of $1 billion and pay for it by claiming the sales taxes from vehicles and accessories. [STORY]

 

 

 



Almost a foot of rain in a month

By RICK KRON
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Leader Staff Writer

>>> IN SHORT>>>Even though almost 10 inches of rain fell during November, there has been no major flooding in the area. [STORY]


Who'll pay tab for huge effort?
By JOHN HOFHEIMER & JOAN MCCOY
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Leader Staff Writer
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>> IN SHORT>>> Glover asks opinion from Beebe on how to fund rebuilding. [STORY]


School building costs in billions

Latest improvement estimates as high as $4.5 Billion over five years
By DAVID ROBINSON- Arkansas News Bureau
>>> IN SHORT>>>
Arkansas lawmakers learned from a highly anticipated report Tuesday that an immediate $2.8B may be needet to make court-ordered improvements to the state's school buildings. [STORY]


GETTING BETTER EVERY DAY

By RAY BENTON
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Leader Sports Editor
>>> IN SHORT>>>
What best describes Clinton McDonald is the word focused. McDonald is focused on improving himself everyday. [SPORTS]


Air base is rated excellent

Inspectors give LRAFB high marks
By JOHN HOFHEIMER- Leader Staff Writer
>>> IN SHORT>>>
For the third consecutive time, Little Rock Air Force Base has passed its operational rediness inspection with a rating of "excellent". [STORY]


'Tis The Season
By EILEEN FELDMAN
>>> IN SHORT>>> Cabot residents got together Saturday evening for their annual Christmas tree lighting and it was at once a joyous and moving event. [FEATURE]

November 24, 2004


Local battallion honored

By JOHN HOFHEIMER
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Leader Staff Writer
>>> IN SHORT>>>An Austin Army National Guardsman was among three awarded meritorious conduct medals at the Air Force base as the unit prepares to return to civilian life after guarding the air base. [STORY]


Former sherriff arrested over harassment charge
By JOHN HOFHEIMER
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Leader Staff Writer

>> IN SHORT>>> Charlie Martin turns himself in after an accuser files a complaint against the ex-Lonoke sheriff. [STORY]


REPORT:
No water crisis for long while

By JOAN MCCOY - Leader Staff Writer
>>> IN SHORT>>>
The area's need for water may not be as immediate as originally predicted, according to a draft engineering report released Tuesday. [STORY]


Sylvan Hills takes down Lady Devils in Hoopfest

By CHAD MATCHETT
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Leader Sports Writer
>>> IN SHORT>>>
The Lady Bears took care of business against the Lady Red Devils and came away with a 52-43 win. [SPORTS]


Irrigation work seen as benefit

By JOHN HOFHEIMER - Leader Staff Writer
>>> IN SHORT>>>
The completion of the Bayou Meto and Grand Prairie irrigation projects could not only slow the decline of the aquifers, but could lead to the recharging of those aquifers. [STORY]


Christmas Open House
By EILEEN FELDMAN
>>> IN SHORT>>> Cabot merchants went all out Sunday for their annual holiday open house extravaganza. [FEATURE]

November 17, 2004


Access road to go one-way

By JOHN HOFHEIMER
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Leader Staff Writer
>>> IN SHORT>>> Starting in March, Landers Road will have traffic going north between McCain and Wildwood. Motorists on Warden will travel south. [STORY]


Opening fills local hotels
By RICK KRON -
>> IN SHORT>>> Local Guardsmen help with Clinton Library security, and area students participate in a once-in-a-lifetime event as visitors stream into local motels to stay the night. [STORY]


Cabot schools still build

By BRIAN RODRIGUEZ
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Leader Staff Writer

>>> IN SHORT>>>
The district continues its construction program at the new high school campus and has approved expansion at Magness Creek Elementary. [STORY]


Not a Heavenly start to season

By CHAD MATCHETT
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Leader Sports Writer
>>> IN SHORT>>>
Lady Bears, Devils and Falcons all fall in Heavenly Hoopfest tournament. [SPORTS]


Utilities group is almost set

By JOAN MCCOY- Leader Staff Writer
>>> IN SHORT>>>
The Cabot City Council began the process Tuesday night of turning over control of the water and sewer departments to a public utilities commission. [STORY]


A Polar Adventure
By BRIAN RODRIGUEZ
>>> IN SHORT>>>Students at Westside Elementary take a trip to 'The Polar Express' [FEATURE]


December 01, 2004

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