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Updated 12:00 a.m., Sun June 26, 2016

Cabot counselor brings insight into practice

There’s a reason a number of flower-filled watering tins — in drawn or actual form — butterfly decorations and a screened-in porch door have found a home on the walls of Glenda Eversole’s office: They signify the growth she hopes her clients will achieve. Eversole, a licensed certified social worker, is the founder of Cabot’s Growing Hope Counseling, which offers therapy for individuals and families. Eversole’s office includes Winter Yielding, a play therapist who focuses on young children, and Brandon Rogers, who works with teens and adults. Eversole mainly advises women a... READ MORE

Missionary becomes president of nonprofit By SYD HAYMAN

His office is nearly 7 miles outside of Heber Springs, but on a recent Wednesday afternoon, Ryan Bush was giving others advice on tarantulas that live in Shushufindi Canton, Ecuador.