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River Valley Latest NewsUpdated 12:00 a.m., Sun January 25, 2015
CONWAY — The story of Conway’s Kevin Chamorro is one to rival any fairy tale. Chamorro, who rushed for nearly 1,500 yards to help lead the Wampus Cats to a 10-1 record — their only loss in the Class 7A state quarterfinals to Fayetteville, the eventual state runner-up, by a touchdown — is the River Valley & Ozark Edition Offensive Player of the Year for 2014. But two years ago, not many people expected his high school story to end th... READ MORE
LITTLE ROCK — For her latest works of art, Russellville native Rachel Trusty has drawn inspiration from her family and one of her favorite poets.
DARDANELLE — Parker Witt made an unselfish position change for the greater good of the Dardanelle Sand Lizards last fall, and it paid off for everyone.
MAYFLOWER — The 2014 football season was a homecoming for new Mayflower coach Todd Langrell.
HEBER SPRINGS — As many times as Heber Springs has been named Volunteer Community of the Year — more than a dozen — it never gets old, said Ina Brown, special projects manager for the Heber Springs Area Chamber of Commerce.
HEBER SPRINGS — Communities often come together around traditions. Sometimes the Christmas-tree lighting after Thanksgiving is the place to be every year. Maybe a festival welcoming spring is the one event no one wants to miss. In Heber Springs, many would point to the Old Timers Football Game fundraiser as a cherished event that area residents look forward to annually.
MORRILTON — No actual cows or pigs will be involved, but the Morrilton Area Chamber of Commerce will hold a “barn-raising” event Jan. 29 to recruit committee members for the chamber and the Grow Morrilton initiative.
NORTH LITTLE ROCK — Artists from across Arkansas gathered Friday for the opening of the 28th annual Small Works on Paper touring exhibition at the William F. Laman Library in North Little Rock. Three artists from the River Valley & Ozark Edition coverage area were among them.
CONWAY — Burlie Thomas of Conway said he feels pretty good as he approaches his 98th birthday, and he credits much of that to the Faulkner County Senior Citizens Program.