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Stacey McMinn: Ward chamber’s new president is a community advocate

posted: 06/24/2018 midnight Discuss

Stacey McMinn loves her hometown. Nestled between Cabot and Beebe, the city of Ward has an estimated population of just under 5,000 and a lot of heart, McMinn said.

Change in organizer leads to Springfest expansion

posted: 05/13/2018 midnight Discuss

Fans of Heber Springs’ annual Springfest will have a lot to look forward to this year as the festival expands its footprint.

Festival unites community, pokes fun at nuisance

posted: 05/06/2018 midnight Discuss

One of the major annoyances of spring and summer in Arkansas is the presence of mosquitoes. A night on the back porch or a walk through town in The Natural State can result in visits from these tiny blood-sucking fiends, leaving uncomfortable marks that can itch for days.

Farmers markets promote community in 2018 season

posted: 04/22/2018 midnight Discuss

The Cabot Farmers’ Market is more than just a place to get fresh vegetables and handmade soap. To coordinators and growers, the market is a place to meet new people and foster community.

Annual festival to celebrate city, support civic mission

posted: 04/15/2018 midnight Discuss

In the city of Cabot, few things indicate the introduction of warmer weather than fresh strawberries. Folks wait on local growers to open their stands, and sometimes — like the beginning of this season – farmers sell out of the coveted crops quickly.

Friends raise money after leukemia diagnosis

posted: 03/25/2018 midnight Discuss

It’s nearly impossible to find someone who has not been touched by cancer. The disease impacts young, old, otherwise healthy and those with pre-existing conditions. Still, it’s a shock when a strong, lively person receives a cancer diagnosis.

New community theater takes shape in Cabot

posted: 02/25/2018 midnight Discuss

While “all the world’s a stage” may be a common mentality for actors, sometimes it’s nice to actually be in a designated performance space. A new theater group in Cabot intends to offer opportunities for people in the community to be a part of the dramatic arts.

Tate Rector: Beebe Junior High engineering teacher honored

posted: 02/18/2018 midnight Discuss

In a Beebe Junior High School classroom decorated with Star Wars aircraft and various robotics pieces, Tate Rector is giving his students the ability to try new things and make lasting impacts.

Rock and Rollin’: Cabot freshman wheels in literacy, named finalist

posted: 02/18/2018 midnight Discuss

There is nothing like a good book. Whether it’s a fanciful story, a mystery novel, an enlightening piece of nonfiction or a self-help publication, books can be both informative and fun.

Organ donor family, recipient meet at Cabot church

posted: 02/11/2018 midnight Discuss

Four years ago, Rodney and Kristy Cotillier had to make a decision that no parent wants to make. Their 16-year-old son, Evan, had died following an epileptic attack, and the couple were faced with the question of donating his organs.

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