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Updated 12:00 a.m., Sun August 20, 2017

Craft school has new ‘Cornerstone’ for artisans

The Arkansas Craft School recently purchased and moved into The Cornerstone Building on Mountain View’s historic courthouse square and made the building home to six crafting studios, a shop, an art library and more. Since January 2014, Eugenia ‘Gin’ Brown has served as president of the Arkansas Craft School Board. Brown is a fervent supporter of the arts who loves watching people experience what the Arkansas Craft School has to offer. The Arkansas Craft School offers a variety of workshops and courses in clay, glass, fiber, metal, wood, photography and studio art. The schoo... READ MORE

Cabot event center to showcase area talent By KAYLA BAUGH

CABOT — If you’re talented with pencils, pens, paintbrushes or pastels in hand, the Veterans Park Event Center in Cabot might be a good home for your work.

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Alumni to be inducted into hall of fame By KAYLA BAUGH

NEWPORT — Four alumni from Newport High School will be inducted into the Newport Alumni Hall of Fame for their outstanding contributions to their chosen fields.

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‘Hudson’ survivor visits Searcy to support United Way CAROL ROLF/CONTRIBUTING WRITER

SEARCY — Moments matter.

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Beebe teacher receives DAR classroom grant CAROL ROLF/CONTRIBUTING WRITER

BEEBE — When Gail Vaden arrived at the Beebe Schools Auditorium on Monday morning for the annual Welcome Back to School meeting for faculty and staff, little did she know she would be called down to the front for recognition.

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New director of culinary arts joins Ozarka College By KAYLA BAUGH

MELBOURNE — Cuisine and culture aren’t just interests, but a way of life, for the new culinary arts director at Ozarka College in Melbourne.

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