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Three Rivers Latest NewsUpdated 12:00 a.m., Sun March 9, 2014
The public is invited to run the final three miles of a 143-mile race, part of the Arkansas Run for the Fallen, honoring Arkansas service members killed in the Global War on Terrorism, said event organizer Chief Master Sgt. Bubba Beason, who is stationed at the Little Rock Air Force Base. The race will kick off at 10 a.m. Friday at the Ozark City Hall and finish at the Arkansas State Capitol in Little Rock on March 16. “Core runners,” Beason said, will be the ones participating in the event Friday and Saturday. On the afternoon of March 16, the core runners will cross the B... READ MORE
BATESVILLE — For the Lloyds of Batesville, their contributions to the Independence County Fair were recently recognized at the state level. The family received the Mary Louise Fiser Memorial Award at the Arkansas Fair Managers Association’s annual banquet in Hot Springs on Jan. 18.
BATESVILLE — Though Brian Luetschwager’s six years at the Independence County Sheriff’s Office might seem a short time for him to have made a name for himself, he’s gone above and beyond the norm in his work and is getting recognized for it. He was recently named Officer of the Year for the sheriff’s office.
HIGDEN — Flowers and plants will soon surround Mary Howard’s lakeside home near Higden. With ice still on the ground just a few weeks ago, Howard said, she is anxious to start her gardening efforts.
LITTLE ROCK — Several artists in the Three Rivers Edition coverage area have won awards in the Mid-Southern Watercolorists 44th annual juried exhibition.
NORTH LITTLE ROCK — Their tools are barometers, balloons saddled with high-tech gadgetry and Doppler radars. The functions of such items are as familiar to them as is our use of cutlery at a dinner table boasting steaks and baked potatoes. The people who utilize this equipment are the meteorologists of the National Weather Service, an agency of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
HEBER SPRINGS — Wetzel Stark has served his community for most of his life. Now 83, he has retired from more jobs and board memberships than many people could ever dream of holding.
BEEBE — The students involved in Beebe High School’s chapter of the National FFA Organization constantly work on various enterprises, but this year, they will sell their projects to the public to raise money for the chapter.