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Tammy Keith

Niche Publications Senior Writer

Recent Stories by Tammy Keith

Kami Marsh: Identifying plants and pests part of county agent’s job

posted: 07/21/2014 9:15 a.m. Discuss

Kami Marsh, 32, came from Nebraska to Conway without knowing a soul, but she said co-workers at the Faulkner County Cooperative Extension Service, where she is an agriculture agent, “adopted” her.

Big mouth costs more than money

posted: 07/20/2014 midnight Discuss

My mouth has cost me a lot in the past 50 years.

‘It’s worth something’ : Texas youth help STAND rehab trailers

posted: 07/17/2014 midnight Discuss

When a pastor in Texas planned the church’s high school mission trip a year ago, he had no idea the group would end up in Conway working on two projects.

Women in shelter need transportation

posted: 07/17/2014 midnight Discuss

CONWAY — Suzanne Gonzalez said the women who are living in the shelter she founded in Conway have the drive to turn their lives around, but there’s a big obstacle: transportation.

Rebuilt Vilonia school to be named for Mitchell

posted: 07/17/2014 midnight Discuss

VILONIA — The $13 million Vilonia Intermediate School, which was almost completed when it was destroyed April 27 by a tornado, has been named in honor of retired superintendent Frank Mitchell. “It’s better than a gold watch,” Mitchell said.

‘Porsche’s special’: UCA instructor registers horse as therapy animal

posted: 07/13/2014 midnight Discuss

Catherine Swift’s pet, Porsche, stood out in a class to register therapy dogs — mostly because she’s a horse.

Duds and delights — the Fourth

posted: 07/13/2014 midnight Discuss

Our Fourth of July fireworks would seem a little amateur and dinky to some people.

Arsenic and Old Lace opens Friday in Conway

posted: 07/13/2014 midnight Discuss

CONWAY — Even if someone has seen the play several times, Arsenic and Old Lace really never gets old, said Joan Hanna, director of the Faulkner Academy of Arts.

Mayflower neighborhood still cleaning up tornado debris

posted: 07/13/2014 midnight Discuss

MAYFLOWER — Don Sears of Mayflower took about 30 minutes to show what was left of his home and his son’s next door and to explain how he and his wife survived the city’s deadly April 27 tornado.

Randy Higgins: Harley-riding, history-loving JP enjoys serving people

posted: 07/13/2014 midnight Discuss

Randy Higgins of Greenbrier said his mother likes to tell this story:

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