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Tammy Keith

Niche Publications Senior Writer

Recent Stories by Tammy Keith

Some of co-workers’ Christmas memories

posted: 12/21/2014 midnight Discuss

We started talking in the office last week about our favorite Christmas memories, and it really took us back to a simpler time.

‘Trying to help’: Culinary students sell Christmas cookies for a cause

posted: 12/21/2014 midnight Discuss

Conway High School senior Caylen Shepherd acknowledged that she was tempted to sample the gooey mixture, but with 4,500 cookies to make, there was no time, or dough, to waste.

Disaster plan approved to deal with small animals

posted: 12/21/2014 midnight Discuss

After April’s deadly tornado in Faulkner County, an estimated 100-plus dogs, cats and other pets were lost or injured, but no one knew where to go or who to contact for help.

Allen Lipsmeyer: Incoming Morrilton mayor listens and learns

posted: 12/21/2014 midnight Discuss

Morrilton Mayor-elect Allen Lipsmeyer had to interrupt his interview for the newspaper to sell a cinnamon roll in his doughnut shop, and a man waited patiently at a table to talk with him.

Feeling guilt at Christmas over gifts

posted: 12/14/2014 midnight Discuss

Words I associate with Christmas are excitement, wonder, Jesus, joy and guilt.

‘New beginnings’: Russellville woman, daughters happy with Habitat house

posted: 12/14/2014 midnight Comment 1

Becca Anderson of Russellville grew up with 10 brothers and sisters in a one-bathroom house, so her new 1,048-square-foot, 1 1/2-bath Habitat for Humanity of Pope County home is a dream come true.

Woman follows heart to start Pope County Habitat

posted: 12/14/2014 midnight Discuss

RUSSELLVILLE — Lori Grace worked with Habitat for Humanity volunteers from another state in 2010 while on a mission trip to the Appalachian Mountains, and when she got back home to Russellville, she was fired up to start a Pope County affiliate.

Barbara Williams: UCA nursing chair to lead Conway Regional board

posted: 12/14/2014 midnight Discuss

The white nurse’s cap that Barbara Williams wore in the hospital in the late 1960s and early 1970s is on display in her office at the University of Central Arkansas in Conway, just one reminder of how times have changed in the profession.

Conway woman receives service award

posted: 12/14/2014 midnight Discuss

CONWAY — Jamie Boyd of Conway, who has served on the Women’s Shelter Board of Central Arkansas for 10 years, is doubly appreciated.

Spreading Christmas cheer: Wooster, Maumelle students perform in Elf at The Rep

posted: 12/11/2014 midnight Discuss

Anna Beth Jeane, 12, of Wooster and Marisol Sela, 10, of Maumelle are helping bring Christmas cheer to audiences in Elf, the musical, playing at Arkansas Repertory Theatre in Little Rock through Jan. 4.


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