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Three Rivers Latest NewsUpdated 12:00 a.m., Sun December 8, 2013
Allen Mooneyhan, division chair and assistant professor of physical education at Arkansas State University-Newport, was recently named Higher Educator of the Year by the Arkansas Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance.
NEWPORT — When Allen Mooneyhan went to the annual convention for the Arkansas Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance in November, he wasn’t expecting to walk away with an award. He was named the Higher Educator of the Year by the organization. Mooneyhan is the division chair and assistant professor of physical education at Arkansas State University-Newport. “It’s a two-day conference, and the last thing they do is a luncheon,” Mooneyhan said. “It’s always a surprise, and they had to make sure that I was going to be there.” Mooneyhan said that to ma... READ MORE
Residents of the Cherokee Village area will soon be able to get emergency medical help when they need it without having to trek to Batesville.
Despite the mild temperatures, Main Street was abuzz with holiday spirit on Dec. 1. Music played, Christmas décor abounded, and area residents strolled down the streets while visiting historic homes.
CABOT — Cheryl Moore of Cabot has been volunteering with the Cabot Christmas Alliance for around 30 years. What keeps her coming back each year? It’s the people she helps during the holidays.
SEARCY — For the ladies of the Junior Auxiliary of Searcy, giving to others at Christmastime is nothing new; they’ve been doing it for more than 10 years. With their annual Angel Tree, auxiliary members are helping 250 children in the community.
At least 12 farms in the Three Rivers Edition coverage area have been designated as Arkansas Century Farms by the Arkansas Agriculture Department.
MELBOURNE — During the season that calls for giving, Ozarka College president Richard Dawe and his wife, Chris, are doing what they can to make sure students at Ozarka College in Melbourne have a welcoming environment in the newest addition to the campus.
SEARCY— The Andrus Award is AARP’s most prestigious and visible volunteer award for community service, and Jack Harris of Searcy is the most recent recipient.
CABOT—While most people have a tradition of going to a family member’s house to eat turkey and dressing, some folks are left without a place to go to celebrate Thanksgiving. Heather and Dane Moore are doing what they can to make sure everyone in Cabot has a full belly today.
SEARCY— Though the Brackett Library at Harding University is no new territory for Jean Waldrop, she’ll be walking through the stacks with a new job title on her name tag at the beginning of 2014.
HEBER SPRINGS — The Arkansas Dream Center in Heber Springs has scheduled its Christmas Mall for Dec. 14, but more donations are needed to give gifts to hundreds of children, said Traci Tutor, one of the center’s coordinators.
SEARCY — Winning state championships has become a habit for Harding Academy.