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Angela Spencer

Zoned Editions Staff Writer

Recent Stories by Angela Spencer

Auction to support development center

posted: 09/22/2016 midnight Discuss

Every student and client at the Lonoke Exceptional Development Center has a goal. Whether it is to develop motor skills, work on communication or get a job, children and adults at the center work every day to overcome their disabilities and meet their needs.

Brand-new shelter: Society celebrates facility’s long-awaited opening

posted: 09/22/2016 midnight Discuss

For animal lovers like Tina Holmlund, making sure animals are safe, happy and loved is incredibly important. That’s why Holmlund — president of the Stone County Humane Society — has recently had a dream come true with the completion of the new animal shelter for the organization.

Taking a stand: Students take initiative, make anti-bullying videos

posted: 09/18/2016 midnight Discuss

Most teachers will tell you that school is about so much more than reading, writing and arithmetic. It’s also a place to grow as a person, make friends and learn how to work with others. That is why anit-bullying messages are so important, and it’s also why Cabot Public Schools allowed students to communicate how important it is to recognize and stand up against bullying.

Make new friends: Cabot schools embrace buddy system

posted: 09/08/2016 midnight Discuss

There are some new seating options on some of the Cabot Public Schools’ playgrounds, but the benches are for more than taking a seat during recess.

Longtime educator moves to principal’s office

posted: 08/11/2016 midnight Discuss

As educators move up the ladder into administration, many have said they miss the classroom. For Kim Poole, Southside Elementary School’s new principal,- it’s just a way to impact more children.

Initiative takes to road for technical jobs

posted: 07/31/2016 midnight Discuss

It’s not hard to see the need for technicians such as plumbers, electricians and welders. Educators can tell their students all about the demand for and benefits of choosing a technical career, but through the Be Pro Be Proud initiative, the Arkansas State Chamber of Commerce/Associated Industries of Arkansas is hitting the road to showcase skilled trade professions and broaden awareness of how they can impact the state and the upcoming workforce.

Memorial honors soldiers during holiday week

posted: 07/03/2016 midnight Discuss

This weekend is one of the most patriotic weekends of the year. With fireworks bursting in air and everything decorated with red, white and blue, there is no doubt that America is on people’s minds.

Literacy program benefits young readers, animals

posted: 06/19/2016 midnight Discuss

The sounds of barking dogs and meowing cats echoed through the Cabot Animal Shelter the afternoon of June 9. While the canine yelps of excitement and the pitter-patter of four-legged creatures dashing across the pens are typical noises in an animal shelter, another sound was also in the air.

Alligator farm thanks Cabot students for new-baby funds

posted: 04/10/2016 midnight Discuss

CABOT — It’s not every day that junior high school students get to eat lunch with an alligator, but last Friday, kids in Cabot got to chomp their food with a gator named Chomps.

Cabot Aquatic Park set to open in late May

posted: 04/10/2016 midnight Discuss

Students all over Cabot have May 25 circled on their calendars. Many can probably tell you how many days are left between now and then. May 25 is the last day of school — a cause of celebration for many children — but the Cabot Parks and Recreation Department will have a lot to look forward to the next day.

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