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Tammy Keith

Niche Publications Senior Writer

Recent Stories by Tammy Keith

Kirk Slone: New Russellville fire chief honored by support

posted: 08/21/2016 midnight Discuss

Newly appointed Russellville Fire Chief Kirk Slone could be doing a hundred other jobs based on his eclectic background.

In case of emergency, don’t call me

posted: 08/21/2016 midnight Discuss

It is a well-established fact that I’m not good in emergencies.

Danville to replace aging pool

posted: 08/21/2016 midnight Discuss

DANVILLE — Danville Mayor Phil Moudy said it’s “almost a miracle” the way circumstances came together to fund a new city swimming pool.

X marks the spot: Independent Living Services Golf Ball Drop set for Sept. 1

posted: 08/18/2016 midnight Discuss

It will be raining golf balls Sept. 1 in Conway.

Keep Kleenex handy for first day of school

posted: 08/14/2016 midnight Discuss

I was wondering about Kleenex last week.

No property-tax proposal now for Vilonia Schools

posted: 08/14/2016 midnight Discuss

VILONIA — Vilonia Superintendent David Stephens said the school district experienced a “slight decline” in enrollment last year, so he wants to see if that is a trend before asking the patrons for a property-tax increase to fund construction.

Business teacher honored

posted: 08/14/2016 midnight Discuss

VILONIA — Vilonia High School business teacher Debby Mauldin was supposed to be talking about her own award, but she kept bragging on her co-workers’ accomplishments.

The Great Escape: Women’s shelter fundraiser set for Aug. 27

posted: 08/14/2016 midnight Discuss

Women who attend The Great Escape on Aug. 27 will feel like they’ve been whisked away to New Orleans when they enter the Conway Expo Center, organizers said.

Moment by moment: 101-year-old still enjoys going, doing

posted: 08/11/2016 midnight Discuss

Rowena Malone of Conway marvels at the stack of birthday cards she received for her Aug. 6 birthday, but she’s made a lot of friends in her 101 years.

Study shows HAVEN capital campaign a go

posted: 08/07/2016 midnight Discuss

CONWAY — A feasibility study to see whether a shelter for girls could support a $1.5 million capital campaign brought the “most positive results we possibly could have asked for,” said Marti Jones, executive director of Help for Abuse Victims in Emergency Need, or HAVEN.

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