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James K. Joslin

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Zoned Editions Editor
River Valley & Ozark Edition
Three Rivers Edition
Tri-Lakes Edition

Recent Stories by James K. Joslin

Nominations sought for all-area football team

posted: 01/10/2016 midnight Discuss

Roughly a year ago, the staff of the Tri-Lakes Edition of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette embarked on a mission to recognize the publication’s inaugural all-area high school football team, highlighting the best offensive and defensive players, as well as special teamers, from across the coverage area.

Nominations sought for all-area football team

posted: 01/08/2016 12:04 p.m. Discuss

Roughly a year ago, the staff of the River Valley & Ozark Edition of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette embarked on a mission to recognize the publication’s inaugural all-area high school football team, highlighting the best offensive and defensive players, as well as special teamers, from across the coverage area.

Youth finds fun of the hunt lies in more than just taking a deer

posted: 01/03/2016 midnight Discuss

I still remember my first deer. I was not like most Natural State hunters, growing up almost exclusively hunting ducks and quail. When I went to college, however, that all changed.

Youth finds fun of the hunt more than taking a deer

posted: 01/03/2016 midnight Discuss

I still remember my first deer. I was not like most Natural State hunters, growing up almost exclusively hunting ducks and quail. When I went to college, however, that all changed.

AGFC director talks of agency’s 100th year

posted: 12/31/2015 midnight Discuss

Beyond the city-limits signs of Little Rock, Russellville, Hot Springs, Cabot and other population centers in Arkansas lies the reason for the state’s current nickname: The Natural State.

AGFC director talks of commission, personal efforts in agency’s 100th year

posted: 12/27/2015 midnight Discuss

Beyond the city-limits signs of Little Rock, Russellville, Hot Springs, Cabot and other population centers in Arkansas lies the reason for the state’s current nickname: The Natural State.

100th year of AGFC: Director talks of commission, personal efforts

posted: 12/20/2015 midnight Discuss

Beyond the city-limits signs of Little Rock, Russellville, Hot Springs, Cabot and other population centers in Arkansas lies the reason for the state’s current nickname: The Natural State.

Thanksgiving Day … it’s all about the turkey, right?

posted: 11/26/2015 midnight Discuss

Editor’s note: This story originally appeared in the Three Rivers Edition of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette on Thanksgiving Day in 2010.

Concord school program uses 10K as fundraiser

posted: 11/01/2015 midnight Discuss

FFA, foreign language clubs and other student organizations have long turned to community-based fundraisers as a way to offer the students in such programs perks such as club jackets, parties, field trips and more. In Concord, students in Becky Cornett’s Gifted and Talented program are asking for supporters to lace up their running shoes so students can take a bite out of The Big Apple.

Growing K-LIFE: Oct. 30 golf tournament next step in fundraising for youth organization

posted: 10/18/2015 midnight Discuss

As of 2013, the city of Houston, Texas, was estimated to have a population of 2.196 million people. Dallas, meanwhile, boasted 1.258 million. On the other end of the spectrum, Searcy tallied 23,768 townsfolk, according to the United States Census Bureau.

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