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Feed Our Vets: New organization growing in Cabot

posted: 05/11/2017 midnight Discuss

In a city like Cabot that is so near the Little Rock Air Force Base, it is common to see active-duty military personnel and veterans. Neighbors, friends and people at the grocery store and playing in the park are often military families. Even so, it can sometimes be easy to forget how many veterans are in need.

Cancer crusaders: Heroes and Angels to present inaugural Comic Con

posted: 05/04/2017 midnight Discuss

Heroes don’t have to wear capes, but sometimes it’s reassuring to see one who does.

Cabot celebrates crops, community with festival

posted: 04/16/2017 midnight Discuss

Spring has officially sprung, and folks in and around Cabot who are ready for their annual fix of fresh strawberries are making their way to local growers.

Welding school sees growth, expansion

posted: 03/30/2017 midnight Discuss

With spring break over and summer on its way, many high school seniors are contemplating what next year will bring. Many are headed to colleges and universities across the state and country, but that’s not the road for everyone.

Cabot High School band director prepares for final note

posted: 03/19/2017 midnight Discuss

Many school districts have a teacher or a handful of teachers who have seemingly been there forever. These teachers end up teaching multiple generations, and their names are known throughout the community.

Sparks of gold: Jacksonville firefighters recognized for work

posted: 03/16/2017 midnight Discuss

When a building catches on fire, most people run away from the flames. Fortunately, there are men and women trained and willing to run into the blaze in order to help those in need.

Dinner to raise funds, awareness

posted: 03/12/2017 midnight Discuss

Domestic violence is something many people don’t want to talk about. It can be uncomfortable, and it is easy to turn a blind eye and pretend it doesn’t happen. That is the attitude that Sarah Brown, executive director of Lonoke County Safe Haven, runs into a lot, but it’s not acceptable, she said.

Toast to science: Retiring teacher to be roasted at banquet

posted: 02/26/2017 midnight Discuss

A good teacher honestly and deeply cares about what his or her students learn in the classroom — both about the subject matter for class and about life. At least, that’s what Dwight Daugherty believes.

Electric co-op trip changes life for Cabot senior

posted: 02/19/2017 midnight Discuss

It’s hard to turn down the trip of a lifetime. Cabot High School senior Caleigh Pickard went on an all-expense-paid trip to Washington, D.C., last summer as one of First Electric Cooperative’s representatives at the Electric Cooperative Youth Tour, and she said the trip changed her life.

Family to celebrate son’s memory at parade

posted: 01/01/2017 midnight Discuss

No parents want to talk to their teenagers about being an organ donor. Talking about death and what happens while a body is still technically alive, but the person is gone, is not a pleasant conversation, especially when one is talking to a vivacious teen who is supposed to live for a long time.

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