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Recent Stories by Mark Buffalo

Firefighter garners association’s top award

posted: 02/25/2018 midnight Discuss

Longtime Cave City firefighter Kenneth “Kenny” Wilson was honored as the Joe Coker Achievement Award recipient in October.

Former mayor, senator is subject of annual Roast & Toast

posted: 02/18/2018 midnight Discuss

Eddie Joe Williams, former Cabot mayor and state senator, will be on the hot seat during the annual Cabot Scholarship Foundation’s Roast & Toast Banquet, set for March 8 in the Cabot Junior High School North cafeteria.

Batesville hunter inducted into state hall of fame

posted: 02/11/2018 midnight Discuss

Gary Stroud of Batesville has been a hunter most of his life. And he was recently rewarded for his love of the outdoors.

Melissa Taverner: New provost looking toward long-term relationship with Lyon

posted: 02/11/2018 midnight Discuss

Melissa Taverner, the new provost and dean of faculty of Lyon College in Batesville, is happy to be in the Independence County city.

Making history: Cabot athlete signs scholarship for triathlon

posted: 02/04/2018 midnight Discuss

Melanie Abbott is definitely a trendsetter.

Lionheart: QB named area’s best offensive player

posted: 01/28/2018 midnight Discuss

When Mason Schucker transferred to Searcy from Clarksville, he said he felt welcomed by everyone on the Lions football team.

Coach leads Searcy to 10-3 record, semis

posted: 01/28/2018 midnight Discuss

For Searcy football coach Mark Kelley, he knew surrounding himself with good assistant coaches was the way to go.

All that jazz: Jacksonville senior center hosts Taste of New Orleans

posted: 01/21/2018 midnight Discuss

A Taste of New Orleans is coming back to Jacksonville.

Belinda Shook: Beebe superintendent retiring at end of year

posted: 01/21/2018 midnight Discuss

Beebe School District Superintendent Belinda Shook has decided it’s time to call it a career.

Stephanie Harris-Dunn: New executive director of nonprofit wants to give back

posted: 01/15/2018 9:51 a.m. Discuss

Stephanie Harris-Dunn of Highland wanted a way to teach her children about giving back to the community.






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