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Updated 12:00 a.m., Sun July 20, 2014
PHOTO BY: Angela Spencer

ProCamp participants run with the football after catching a pass from Carolina Panthers running back Jonathan Stewart.

Going pro for a day

Carolina Panther gives instruction to LRAFB children

Tuesday and Wednesday, children at the Little Rock Air Force Base learned about perseverance, passion and perspective, all from a pigskin and a Panther. Carolina Panthers running back Jonathan Stewart was part of the Football ProCamp experience on base, where 100 children had the opportunity to train in the fundamental skills of football. The on-base commissary won the camp for the base through a competition with Procter & Gamble. For Stewart, working with camps like the one at the Little Rock Air Force Base is one way to give back. “It’s about humbling yourself to be a... READ MORE

Blood donations still needed during the summer months By ANGELA SPENCER

When considering vacations, summer activities and taking care of children, summer schedules can be quite different than those kept during the school year. One regular activity that may be difficult to fit in is giving blood, but that doesn’t mean the need for blood donations goes away.

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Cabot woman exemplifies huge weight-loss success By ANGELA SPENCER

CABOT — Usually, people who lose something do not win a prize, but one Cabot woman won $100,000 for losing a whole lot.

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913th Airlift Group activated at Little Rock Air Force Base By ANGELA SPENCER

JACKSONVILLE — Sunday morning in an aircraft hangar, cushioned between a large American flag and a 913th C-130 H model aircraft, airmen and related civilians witnessed a special ceremony that will lead to an increased presence of the Air Force Reserve at the Little Rock Air Force Base.

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Cabot theater opens whole new world for children By ANGELA SPENCER

CABOT — In an inconspicuous building behind a strip mall in Cabot, children are spending part of their summer vacation in jazz shoes and costumes, practicing choreography and singing together.

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Food Truck Wednesday provides many dining options in Jacksonville By ANGELA SPENCER

JACKSONVILLE — Wednesday lunch options in Jacksonville are steadily increasing, four wheels at a time.

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Mounted Patrol hopes to make presence known with horse show By ANGELA SPENCER

SEARCY — The White County Sheriff’s Mounted Patrol is rejuvenating its efforts to get out and serve the community, and the patrol’s first endeavor is a horse show to benefit Hope Cottage.

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