2003

Plywood prices on roller coaster ride
By Sherri Taylor, Journal News Editor

Timber theft laws protect landowners
By Sherri Taylor, Journal News Editor

SFI brings forest under modern management
American timber companies comply with environmentally healthy regulations
By Sherri Taylor, Journal News Editor

Fire danger grows as city moves to woodlands
By Sherri Taylor, Journal News Editor

Blanco wins, prepares to take office in 2004
Movement starts to organize Legislature with picks by new Governor in Baton Rouge
By James Ronald Skains, Journal Correspondent

Dec03


PBS mill upgrade underway
Production, employment rising with new investment

Urania fighting for life after shutdown
LP says divestiture plan is complete; moving headquarters to Nashville

Logging Extravaganza plans show for 2004

Nov03


GP won't reopen Urania mill

Bosch selling nursery

Weaver says forestry a good crop should be treated better
By Sherri Taylor, Journal News Editor

Get professional help, landowner told

Montgomery High has forestry curriculum for students

Columbia annual Art Folk Fest this month

Zwolle? He wrote the book
James Salter wrote community 100th anniversary history
By Sherri Taylor, Journal News Editor

Oct 03


PBS has new partnership
Plans new investment, expansion to double production
By Tom Kelly, Editor and Publisher

Kisatchie to thin 21,000 acres
Fort Polk Readiness Training Center expansion is reason
By James Ronald Skains, Journal Correspondent

Research Leader named at Homer Hill Farm Station

Loggers hear Weyerhaeuser Chairman during meeting

Rogel views state of industry

Sept03


Motor fuel from wood chips at Pollock plant
Area forestry investors complete purchase
By James Ronald Skains, Journal Correspondent

Acosta appreciates work of military in Iraq
Winn medical consultant aids in health plan for civilian workers in reconstruction
By Sherri Taylor, Journal News Editor

Smith VP of Forest Product Society

Aug03


Legislature passes voluntary inspection bill for log truckers after 'tough fight'
By James Ronald Skains, Journal Correspondent

'Precision forestry' based on technology

Technology restores balance in game, forest
Southern forests demonstrate ability to maintain deer, quail habitat along with timber
By Tom Kelly, Editor and Publisher

July03


West Fraser to rebuild Huttig, AR lumber mill
$23.8 million project to finish by year-end

LSU Center seeks markets for US wood products
By James Ronald Skains, Journal Correspondent

Bill seek relief on truck regulations for logers
By James Ronald Skains, Journal Correspondent

Logging Extravaganza coming mid-October
Natchitoches to be site of first annual event to pick three-state championships
By James Ronald Skains, Journal Correspondent

East Texas Field Day set June 19

Cost of health care a big issue
Opinions differ on government or private responsibility
Sherri Taylor, Journal News Editor

June 03


Leo Parrie family honored at Zwolle fest
By Sherri Taylor, Journal News Editor

Canadian lumber has US reeling
'Last man standing' battle looming over import duties says negotiator
By James Ronald Skains, Journal Correspondent

Columbia celebrates Riverfest May 17

Early logging days recalled
By Sherri Taylor, Journal News Editor

Chief Bolton boosts pride in Zwolle's Native American culture
By Sherri Taylor, Journal News Editor

Italian backgroung seen in decor at Columbia
By Sherri Taylor, Journal News Editor

03 May


Loggers say they fight for survival
By James Ronald Skains, Journal Correspondent

Smurfit mill manager praises Hodge force
By Sherri Taylor, Journal News Editor

P.W. grants press conference, says Uncle Earl leads polling
By James Ronald Skains, Journal Correspondent

Zwolle Festival coming May 9-11 at new site

Forest Festival set in Winnfield April 25-26
New officer state enthusiastic about keeping long-standing alive and inereting

03 April


Mud, rain have loggers bogged down
Wet-weather putting some mills close to edge of raw material supply
By Sherri Taylor, Journal News Editor

Imports glut US plywood markets
Russia, South America, Europe, dumping wood purducts, say shippers
By James Ronald Skains, Journal Correspondent

Loggers convene 'Crisis Roundtable'
By James Ronald Skains, Journal Correspondent

Piney Woods Profile - Ruie Nugent. . . a life in education
By Ruie Nugent, Reitred Educator

Ninth Uncle Earl's Hog Dod Trials coming
Annual event at Winnfield edpects 5,000 at Fair Grounds March 20-23

27th Forest Products EXPO scheduled by SFPA in Atlanta June 25-27

Natches braces for IP paper mill shutdown
By Sherri Taylor, Journal News Editor

03 March


Logging on the river a new experience for local crews
By James Ronald Skains, Journal Correspondent

'Urban Interface' fire plans studied
Secretary of Interior says U.S. Studying timber ovrsupply problem
By James Ronald Skains, Journal Correspondent

Long: Arkansaa Logger
AFA recognizes outstanding performance
By James Ronald Skains, Journal Correspondent

Ark-La-Tex Forum March 13

ALC board meet in Wachington DC

Feb03


Urania upbeat on prospects
Some business decline seen, but area is coping
By Jack M. Willis, Journal Correspondent

Hubbard is FRA outstanding Logger

Woodworking artist loses life collection in fire
Prize works, art objects, genealogy documents go up in blaze at Nebo home
By Jack M. Willis, Journal Correspondent

Ewing seeks positive races
Governor candidates suggest Clean Campaign Pledge

Gretta Boley aims at coalition building
By James Ronald Skains, Journal Correspondent

Pap Dean marks lifetime of art and politics
Art career started with sketching from comic characters in first grade at Colfax school
By Jack M. Willis, Journal Correspondent

03 Jan

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