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Kayla Baugh

Recent Stories by Kayla Baugh

Depot Days preserves early history of rock ’n’ roll

posted: 09/21/2017 midnight Discuss

Dust off your blue suede shoes, swing your hips and immerse yourself in the rich rock ’n’ roll history of Jackson County at Depot Days.

Cleburne County nonprofit to renovate and expand

posted: 09/21/2017 midnight Discuss

Bobby Hargis believes anything can be accomplished with the right group of volunteers and a dash of dedication.

New library opens in Cave City

posted: 09/17/2017 midnight Discuss

Books have the ability to take readers to places they never thought possible — all they have to do is open their minds and a library door.

Carrie Parsley: New Southwest principal emphasizes ‘the good things’

posted: 09/17/2017 midnight Discuss

Carrie Parsley considers herself a simple woman who enjoys the little things in life.

Get Down Downtown to celebrate 10th year

posted: 09/17/2017 midnight Discuss

Food, live entertainment, pony rides, vendors, classic cars and a petting zoo — Get Down Downtown has it all.

Brewing business: Students gain experience with Coffee Corner

posted: 09/17/2017 midnight Discuss

Baristas slinging coffee, lattes, caramel and whipped cream is something one might see on a typical morning coffee run.

Harding students learn life lessons in Zambia

posted: 09/15/2017 9:14 a.m. Discuss

Students at Harding University in Searcy are going places — to different countries, to be exact.

Furry friends: Cabot High Schoolers expand K9 Cracker business

posted: 09/14/2017 midnight Discuss

Students at Cabot High School are making more than a grade in one class — they’re making something special for their furry friends.

Art and science center to open in Calico Rock

posted: 09/10/2017 midnight Discuss

Science exhibits, art and educational programs are making their way into the community of Calico Rock.

Lucky to be alive: Sepsis survivor returns to school

posted: 09/10/2017 midnight Discuss

Seven-year-old Kierken McNeely is all smiles, surrounded by friends and enjoying first grade with his classmates.

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