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Updated 12:00 a.m., Thu October 19, 2017

Artist wins ‘best’ honor in show

Carol Rolf

Charlotte Rierson of Fairfield Bay has achieved another honor in what she often refers to as her “art spirit journey.” She received the Best of Show award in the Conway League of Artists Fall Show, which closes Friday at the Faulkner County Library in Conway. “I was so excited to get Best of Show,” she said. “It was a big surprise. There were so many great paintings in the show this year. I have been in the competition before and won in a category, but not Best of Show.” Rierson won the award of $500 for her painting Beyond My Garden — Greers Ferry Lake. “The show’s theme w... READ MORE

Festivals for four-legged friends By KAYLA BAUGH

Hit the park with man’s best friend for a day of games, contests, food and everyday play.

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Batesville native eligible for National Teacher of the Year By TAMMY KEITH

CONWAY — Randi House of Conway said life has been pretty calm since she was named in September as Arkansas Teacher of the Year in a surprise presentation at Theodore Jones Elementary School.

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Club encourages girls to get ‘techy’ and innovate By KAYLA BAUGH

CABOT — A gender gap exists in the science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) career fields — but not for long, if these girls can help it.

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Harding brings homecoming musical to life By KAYLA BAUGH

SEARCY — Unicycle riders, jugglers and Irish dancers are just a few of the performers the audience will see in this year’s homecoming musical.

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Searcy Swim Center prepares to open doors By KAYLA BAUGH

SEARCY — Swim, splash or just float and relax — the much-anticipated Searcy Swim Center is almost ready to open its doors.

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JROTC students support memorial By KAYLA BAUGH

CABOT — JROTC students at Cabot High School believe it is important to honor fallen soldiers who paid the ultimate price to protect U.S. citizens’ freedoms, but the students also believe in supporting the family members who live with that loss.

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Beebe prepares for fall festival By KAYLA BAUGH

BEEBE — Fall is upon us, and with it comes festival season.

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