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Three Rivers Latest NewsUpdated 12:00 a.m., Sun October 4, 2015
From left are coaches Herbert Lewis, Bill Keedy, Richie Mathis and Kenny Black in 1991, the last time the entire coaching staff was together at Newport High School.
Greyhound Field has hosted a lot of big games, but on Wednesday, the stadium was packed for a different reason. Former coaches, players, cheerleaders and anyone associated with the Newport High School football program returned home to celebrate the life of legendary coach Bill Keedy, who died Sept. 26 at age 70. But amid the orange and black, one could also see a lot of Arkansas State University dignitaries with Red Wolves logos, because Keedy’s reach extended to the ASU program, where he served the past 20 years as a color analyst. It was Keedy’s unique ability to make peo... READ MORE
The 50th anniversary of a deadly accident that occurred on Aug. 9, 1965, at one of the Titan II missile silos in White County caused many memories to surface for members of the White County Historical Society at a meeting of the group in Searcy earlier this summer.
A quick glance at the extended forecast and the plethora of pumpkin-spice-flavored items in grocery stores serves as an indicator that summer is over, and fall has begun. Along with cooler weather and seasonal favorites, many communities embrace the fall as a time to come together for festivals, often complete with live music, local vendors and enough pumpkins to ensure that no one is confused about the season.
Eddie Wagoner always wanted to be a farmer. “I always wanted to chase cows,” he said with a laugh. “I never wanted to do anything else.
Police Chief Bobby Walker said he believes his officers have a good relationship with Heber Springs residents, but he’s determined to keep it that way.
Team Little Rock honored National Prisoner of War/Missing in Action Recognition Day on Sept. 17 and 18 with a 24-hour run to pay homage to military personnel who died in service to their country and to those who are missing.
PANGBURN — Coats galore are spread out in a room being prepared for Pangburn School District students to go “shopping.” A variety of colors, sizes, textures and styles are available for free, courtesy of the Coats for Kids project, which aims to provide warmth and care through coats, gloves, hats and scarves to ward off the impact of Old Man Winter.