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Tammy Keith

Niche Publications Senior Writer

Recent Stories by Tammy Keith

Ben Darley: New Conway principal becomes positive leader

posted: 05/29/2016 midnight Discuss

Ben Darley gets a lot of grief from co-workers about the way his Conway Junior High School office is decorated.

Forbidden food part of Florida fun

posted: 05/29/2016 midnight Discuss

Another vacation is in the books and on my hips.

Starting over: Stand helps former addicts get on their feet

posted: 05/29/2016 midnight Discuss

Heather James has been promoted to general manager of a restaurant in Russellville, something she never dreamed she’d do when she was homeless and on drugs.

Calming canine: Faulkner County gets first courthouse dog

posted: 05/25/2016 1:19 p.m. Discuss

Barb was snoring as she lay in the 20th Judicial District Victim Services Office in Conway, oblivious to the fact that she’s the first courthouse dog in the state.

The one that got away: Not a fish tale

posted: 05/22/2016 midnight Discuss

It’s time to tell the snake story again.

Conway Regional partnering with area farmers

posted: 05/19/2016 midnight Discuss

CONWAY — Doctors, nurses, therapists and numerous others in the Conway Regional Health System got an unexpected treat for National Hospital Week last week.

Conway principal wins award; takes new job

posted: 05/19/2016 midnight Discuss

CONWAY — Conway Junior High School Principal Todd Edwards was named Middle Level Principal of the Year by the Arkansas Association of Educational Administrators, which turned out to be a good going-away gift.

Carrie Curtis: New women’s shelter director to focus on education

posted: 05/15/2016 midnight Discuss

Carrie Curtis said she doesn’t have domestic violence in her background, but in 1999, her best friend was abused and went to the Women’s Shelter of Central Arkansas in Conway.

Waiting on good manners from waitstaff

posted: 05/15/2016 midnight Discuss

The conversation among some of our friends turned to service at restaurants, and we each talked about a peeve.

Website and trees dedicated to UCA fallen WWII alumni

posted: 05/15/2016 midnight Discuss

CONWAY — When oak trees were planted in 1946 on campus as living memorials to alumni who died in World War II, it was an idea ahead of its time, said Gayle Seymour, associate dean of the University of Central Arkansas College of Fine Arts and Communication.




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