River Valley and Ozark edition presents Ladies Night Out June 5, 2014 at the Conway Expo Center & Fiargrounds in Conway, AR.READ ONLINE
Front & CenterUpdated 12:00 a.m., Sun July 27, 2014
Kristie Coley, program director for the Veterinary Technology Program at Arkansas State University-Beebe, stands with Goose, one of the program’s horses.
Kristie Coley, a local veterinarian and program director of the Veterinary Technology Program at Arkansas State University-Beebe, never wanted to be an astronaut or a ballerina. Animals are her thing, and she has never considered an alternative. “I always wanted to be a veterinarian,” Coley said. “I’ve said that since the second grade.” Growing up in McCrory, Coley’s family farmed for a living. At one point, five generations worked on the farm, and Coley said she lived a “basic, country life.” Coley was allowed to have any animals she wanted, but they had to stay outside. A... READ MORE
From warning parents about lions to becoming one himself, Randy Byrd said he is excited to start in his new role as the Searcy Public Schools’ assistant superintendent of special programs.