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River Valley Latest NewsUpdated 12:00 a.m., Sun October 4, 2015
CONWAY — Dawn Louden, who has multiple sclerosis, has no doubt that it’s God’s plan for her to travel to Russia in November for a stem-cell transplant. The Conway woman said she just needs to finish raising the money for the procedure. “I have to pay the hospital before I get there,” she said. “I’m going ahead, going forward, knowing that’s what God wants me to do.” Louden has raised $23,000 over the past 21 months with the help of her ... READ MORE
CONWAY — There will be singing and dancing not only on stage but also most likely in the aisles as the Conway Community Arts Association and The Lantern Theatre present the campy cult classic The Rocky Horror Show, by Richard O’Brien.
NORTH LITTLE ROCK — Just as the building that houses the Argenta Branch of the William F. Laman Library System has been revitalized, so, too, have been approximately 40 artists with works in the Delta des Refusés.
People in Heber Springs now have a reason to stop and relax at the busiest intersection in town.
CONWAY — The red dome of First United Methodist Church at the corner of Prince and Clifton streets has been a beacon in the Conway community for 100 years. The dome rises above the sanctuary that was completed in 1915, the fourth incarnation of the church, which was formed in 1871.
HEBER SPRINGS — Police Chief Bobby Walker said he believes his officers have a good relationship with Heber Springs residents, but he’s determined to keep it that way.
RUSSELLVILLE — Kyle Johnson isn’t able to speak because of his severe cerebral palsy, but a volunteer with Habitat for Humanity of Pope County said his big smile was thanks enough for the work performed on the 29-year-old’s home.
DANVILLE — Physical-education teacher Belinda Madding has been giving Danville students a sneak preview of the Living Positively Fitness Center the elementary school received through a $100,000 grant.
GREENBRIER — A survey of property that the Greenbrier City Council voted to buy shows less acreage than advertised, but it’s still a good deal, Mayor Sammy Hartwick said.