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Tammy Keith

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Off to Neverland: Peter Pan, the musical, set to soar on stage of Conway High School

posted: 04/24/2014 midnight Discuss

The musical Peter Pan is coming to the Conway High School stage beginning tonight, and yes, there will be flying.

Girl for whom Grace Race named ‘thriving,’ mother says

posted: 04/24/2014 midnight Discuss

Gina Windle of Aplin said it has been “a long, hard journey,” but her 11-year-old daughter, Maddie Grace, is doing well after a stem-cell transplant for kidney cancer.

Reaching out: Conway woman with MS seeks funds for stem-cell transplant

posted: 04/20/2014 midnight Discuss

Dawn Louden of Conway said she is sure of two things: that she has multiple sclerosis, and that a stem-cell transplant is the right treatment for her.

Hot on the trail of a new stove

posted: 04/20/2014 midnight Discuss

Our Easter dinner could be interesting today.

The Rev. Jo Warren: Director of The Safe Place offers compassion, hope to abused women

posted: 04/20/2014 midnight Discuss

The Rev. Jo Warren is a compassionate woman — after all, she’s a minister — but as executive director for The Safe Place in Morrilton, she’s a strong advocate for women standing up for themselves.

Shoes made for walking: UCA men walk a mile in high-heel shoes

posted: 04/17/2014 midnight Discuss

Jon Watson of Conway picked out shoes with the highest heels he could find to wear to walk a mile at the University of Central Arkansas.

10th annual UCA Film Festival set for April 25

posted: 04/17/2014 midnight Discuss

The 10th annual University of Central Arkansas Film Festival is sort of like Forrest Gump’s comment about a box of chocolates — you never know what you’re going to get.

Where to build?: Maumelle mayor looking at other sites for fire station

posted: 04/13/2014 midnight Discuss

Maumelle Mayor Mike Watson said he tried to buy a piece of property six years ago that might have allowed the city to avoid a controversy over where to build a fire station.

Greenbrier junior named Student of the Year

posted: 04/13/2014 midnight Discuss

Emily Chambers, 17, said although she appreciates being named Student of the Year by the Greenbrier Chamber of Commerce, she thinks others deserve the honor more.

Enjoying the eats in the Big Easy

posted: 04/13/2014 midnight Discuss

My main goal on a recent trip to New Orleans was to eat at as many different restaurants as possible.

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