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Stephen B. Thornton

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Putting out fires

posted: 07/10/2012 2:58 a.m. Gallery Discuss

Nestled under the shade of large oak trees at 22nd and Peyton streets is one of Little Rock’s smallest, oldest and yet busiest fire stations, Station Three. “This station’s unique because it’s in a busy part of town but it’s the only neighborhood fire station,” firefighter Brian Quinn says about the station not much bigger than the homes it has served since 1945.

Shepherds All

posted: 10/13/2010 5:09 a.m. Discuss

Imagine spending four days at the Arkansas State Fair with six children who don’t take any thrill rides or sample a single bite of midway food.

Pharaoh-thee-well

posted: 07/25/2010 6:02 a.m. Discuss

Even though “World of the Pharaohs” proved to be a financial sinkhole for the Arkansas Arts Center, the exhibition’s more than 300 objects retain their immense value as ancient Egyptian artifacts.

Tempers flare at hot corner

posted: 06/02/2009 5:05 a.m. Discuss

Arkansas led Oklahoma 11-0 in the eighth inning of Sunday's Norman (Okla.) Regional championship game when Razorbacks sophomore Andy Wilkins connected for his fifth hit of the game. Wilkins (above, top) was tagged out by third baseman Garrett Buechele, preventing him from hitting for the cycle. But it didn't end there.

Getting their kicks

posted: 03/26/2008 6 a.m.

Weaver Gilbert consoles his tearful 3-year-old daughter, Ayanna, and one of her teammates after a minor collision on their first day of soccer practice March 11. The players recover quickly and promptly forget about their mishap. They've got some kicking to do.

GETTING THEIR kicks

posted: 03/26/2008 1:59 a.m.

Weaver Gilbert consoles his tearful 3-year-old daughter, Ayanna, and one of her teammates after a minor collision on their first day of soccer practice March 11. The players recover quickly and promptly forget about their mishap. They've got some kicking to do.

Women on the fast track

posted: 02/21/2008 6 a.m. Gallery

Taking names like Southern Hostility, Scrappy Sue and the Bruise Whisperer, Arkansas women are breathing new life into the sport of roller derby.

Women on the fast track

posted: 02/21/2008 3:28 a.m. Gallery

Taking names like Southern Hostility, Scrappy Sue and the Bruise Whisperer, Arkansas women are breathing new life into the sport of roller derby.

All dolled up

posted: 12/05/2007 2:38 a.m.

Paula Johnson's childhood love of Raggedy Ann dolls resurfaced in a big way when she became a mother.

A walk to remember

posted: 05/30/2007 6 a.m.

Senior-class photos dating to 1951 are grouped on the walls of the Plainview-Rover High School auditorium, built in 1939. The faces of those seniors looked down upon this year's 15 graduating seniors as they marched to the stage in the packed auditorium May 21.

A walk to remember

posted: 05/30/2007 3:20 a.m.

Senior-class photos dating to 1951 are grouped on the walls of the Plainview-Rover High School auditorium, built in 1939. The faces of those seniors looked down upon this year's 15 graduating seniors as they marched to the stage in the packed auditorium May 21.

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