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Members of the Alpha Sigma Tau sorority at the University of Central Arkansas in Conway will travel to Guatemala for a mission trip July 23-29. Those going include, front row, from left, Ali Cothern, Zoey Rofkahr, Sydney McCallister and Milli Prickett; middle row, seated, Lauren Westwood, Rachel Efken, Morgan Plumley and Bailey Martin; and standing, Gabrielle Lucy, Chloe Brinkley, Kristen Jones, Kendall Leggett, Haley Hillard, mothers Tracie Leggett and Michelle Cothern, who will escort the girls, and Morgan Lefler.
Fifteen Alpha Sigma Tau sorority sisters from the University of Central Arkansas in Conway and two of their moms will build homes and other construction projects, conduct worship services and lead a vacation Bible school for the children of Sumpango, Guatemala, during a week-long mission trip July 23-29. “I hope that I will be able to serve the girls as much as I can serve the community,” said Ali Cothern, who is a junior from Searcy an... READ MORE
CONWAY — Get out your fancy hats and bow ties — it’s Kentucky Derby time.
CONWAY — The arts took center stage April 13 as the Conway Alliance for the Arts presented its fourth annual Conway Arts Awards ceremony in Reves Recital Hall of the Trieschmann Fine Arts Building at Hendrix College.
CONWAY — Clement Frank “Clem” Kordsmeier had never even been out of Arkansas, let alone the United States, when he enlisted in the Air Force in 1952. That would all change, as he would soon be shipped off to Korea.
CONWAY — Life Choices, a pregnancy-resource center in Conway, finally has a new location after a capital campaign was announced in 2014 to build a facility.
CONWAY — Trivia fans are invited to KUAR’s Pub Quiz from 5-8 p.m. April 23 at Shucked Surf and Turf Shack, 2480 Sanders Road in Conway.
MORRILTON — Morrilton High School seniors Ethan DuVall, Will Cody and Aidan Caig of Morrilton have hiked hundreds of miles and pitched countless tents together since they were Cub Scouts.