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Kayla Baugh

Recent Stories by Kayla Baugh

Santas in blue: C.O.P.S. Toy Patrol spreads holiday spirit

posted: 11/23/2017 midnight Discuss

For the fifth consecutive year, the Cabot Police Department is making Christmas a bit more special for some students in the Cabot School District.

Think ART: Local artists, schools work to beautify Searcy

posted: 11/19/2017 midnight Discuss

Murals, sculptures, book-share houses and creative landscapes are just a few of the things set to pop up soon around Searcy.

Nonprofit dance theater presents The Nutcracker

posted: 11/12/2017 midnight Discuss

Warm up, spend time with loved ones and ring in the holidays with a lively Christmas classic.

Chad Price: Searcy Swim Center director makes a splash

posted: 11/05/2017 midnight Discuss

Chad Price is no stranger to the water. He has been a swim coach for 21 years, and 15 of those have been with the Searcy Sharks Swim Team.

Nonprofit welcomes new executive directors

posted: 11/05/2017 midnight Discuss

The nonprofit community theater in Searcy is welcoming not one — but two — new executive directors.

ASU-Beebe celebrates vets Nov. 9

posted: 10/29/2017 midnight Discuss

Veterans and their families have sacrificed a lot for the nation’s security, and Arkansas State University-Beebe will wrap up its 90th-anniversary-celebration series with a special Veterans Salute.

Bill Baldridge: Searcy fire chief retires after 43 years of service

posted: 10/29/2017 midnight Discuss

Through ashes, flames, smoke and embers, Bill Baldridge has helped people through some of the worst times of their lives.

Sworn to serve: Area law enforcement officers honored

posted: 10/29/2017 midnight Discuss

It’s no secret that the best law enforcement officers are those who have a passion for protecting the community members they serve. Many were recently honored for their dedication, sacrifice and commitment to making Arkansas a safer place.

Friday night art: Searcy prepares for area shopping event

posted: 10/26/2017 midnight Discuss

People who work from 9 to 5 often don’t have time to make it to a gallery before closing time — but in Searcy, community members are working together to allow everyone the opportunity to experience local art.

Students bring Wizard of Oz to the stage

posted: 10/26/2017 midnight Discuss

Monkeys, munchkins and music … oh my!

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