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Angela Spencer

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Recent Stories by Angela Spencer

A Day of Caring: Event marks 18 years of lifting up those in need

posted: 07/31/2014 midnight Discuss

Basic health screenings are useful in making sure everything is running the way it is supposed to, but when someone is uninsured or underinsured, it can be hard to justify spending the money for a checkup.

Central Arkansas child one recipient for blood, platelets

posted: 07/31/2014 midnight Discuss

Maddie Grace Windle may not be old enough to give blood, but she knows it is an important act that can save lives.

Volunteer keeps grounds of Civil War cemetery

posted: 07/27/2014 midnight Discuss

CABOT — Tucked away from the main road near a playground and a few houses, a quiet spot of land marks the memory of soldiers who died long ago in a war that tore the country in two. Now, one volunteer makes his way to the cemetery on a regular basis to make sure the grounds are kept neat in respect of the fallen soldiers.

Kristie Coley: No backup plan needed for vet tech program director

posted: 07/27/2014 midnight Discuss

Kristie Coley, a local veterinarian and program director of the Veterinary Technology Program at Arkansas State University-Beebe, never wanted to be an astronaut or a ballerina. Animals are her thing, and she has never considered an alternative.

160-mile-long yard-sale corridor provides platform for nonprofit

posted: 07/27/2014 midnight Discuss

BEEBE — It is time to either gather up items to sell or check under the couch cushions for cash to go shopping. A 160-mile stretch of highway will soon beckon with its offerings of antiques, collectibles and a myriad of yard-sale items.

Doggy delivery: Jacksonville animals hit the road to find ‘forever homes’

posted: 07/27/2014 midnight Discuss

Cats and dogs are on the move in Jacksonville.

Local laser company celebrates 50 years

posted: 07/24/2014 midnight Discuss

JACKSONVILLE — “Made in the USA” can be an attractive draw for consumers, but many residents may not know how close to home some products are produced.

King of the board: Searcy teen competing in national chess tournament

posted: 07/24/2014 midnight Discuss

Like a knight striding across a checkered background, one Searcy teen is aiming for his opponents’ kings this coming week.

Blood donations still needed during the summer months

posted: 07/20/2014 midnight Discuss

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.

Randy Byrd: Searcy’s new assistant superintendent glad to be back home

posted: 07/20/2014 midnight Discuss

From warning parents about lions to becoming one himself, Randy Byrd said he is excited to start in his new role as the Searcy Public Schools’ assistant superintendent of special programs.

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