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Tammy Keith

Niche Publications Senior Writer

Recent Stories by Tammy Keith

View of the Delta: Delta Visual Arts Show celebrates eighth year

posted: 02/07/2016 midnight Discuss

Life in the Delta has provided inspiration for artists for years, and a popular art show highlighting these artists’ work is coming up later this month.

Cramped cafeteria: Perryville School District considers millage increase

posted: 02/07/2016 midnight Discuss

The Perryville High School cafeteria was built in about 1960, and as far as the Arkansas Department of Education is concerned, “it’s down to zero life,” Superintendent Ron Wilson said.

Townsell to tour aquatic facilities

posted: 02/07/2016 midnight Discuss

CONWAY — Mayor Tab Townsell hasn’t given up on the idea of a city aquatic/community center and plans to take a field trip this month to Bentonville to see its new facility.

Conway sanitation director applies in Fort Smith

posted: 02/04/2016 midnight Discuss

CONWAY — Joe Hopper, who started Sept. 14 as the Conway sanitation director, has applied for the top position in his former department in Fort Smith.

Perryville district ponders declining balance

posted: 01/31/2016 midnight Discuss

PERRYVILLE — The Perryville School District is looking at ways to stabilize its dwindling finances caused by declining enrollment, and layoffs will be considered as a last resort, Superintendent Ron Wilson said.

Rockin' romanticism takes us back

posted: 01/31/2016 midnight Discuss

I think I’ve made it clear through the years that my husband is romantic.

A full career: Perryville superintendent set to retire this year

posted: 01/28/2016 11:39 a.m. Discuss

Retiring superintendent Ron Wilson gave up an Australian adventure in education for one in Arkansas.

Linda Smith: Retired DHS administrator ‘loved the people’

posted: 01/24/2016 midnight Discuss

Linda Smith of Plumerville has always liked helping people, and once she got a job doing that, she didn’t stop for 40 years.

One Cent, One Life: Students collect pennies for Holocaust project

posted: 01/24/2016 midnight Discuss

Seventh-graders Emma Duncan and Hannah Johnson hefted heavy containers full of pennies to the Vilonia Middle School office, each coin representing the life of a Jew killed in the Holocaust.

Conway, NLR police departments start academy

posted: 01/17/2016 midnight Discuss

CONWAY — The new Central Arkansas Police Academy, a joint effort between the Conway and North Little Rock police departments, was created in response to officers wanting smaller — and closer — classes for training.

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