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Wayne Bryan

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All about Cliff: Ceremonies, memories and victory at OBU

posted: 09/18/2014 midnight Discuss

The day was all about Ouachita Baptist University.

Saline airport terminal should open in 2015

posted: 09/18/2014 midnight Discuss

BRYANT — The Saline County Regional Airport opened in 2007 and is considered a valuable asset to the community.

Annual jazz festival opens Tuesday in Hot Springs

posted: 09/14/2014 midnight Discuss

HOT SPRINGS — “There is no rock, no blues. Just jazz, true to the tradition of the music from Dixieland, big bands and fusion. Most of the big festivals don’t do that,” said Gretchen Taylor, executive director of the Hot Springs Jazz Society.

Another kind of outreach: Pastor leads community in economic as well as spiritual development

posted: 09/11/2014 midnight Discuss

For someone who has been in town for only five years, Rick McClure is in a position to have an influence on the future of Malvern.

Student support: Grants expand assistance available to College of the Ouachitas attendees

posted: 09/07/2014 midnight Discuss

Since 2005, Johnnie Mitchell of Malvern has been a Career Pathways counselor at College of the Ouachitas, providing aid and encouraging low-income students, especially nontraditional students, to stay in school until they complete their education and are prepared to build a successful, well-paying career.

Janis West: Malvern native dedicated to preserving, passing on a way of life

posted: 09/07/2014 midnight Discuss

Janis West loves to give tours of the Hot Spring County Museum on Third Street, just a block or so off Main Street in downtown Malvern. It seems each item has a story behind it, and sometimes the story is hers.

Building links for learning: Educators gather insights, ideas during program’s trip to Japan

posted: 09/04/2014 midnight Discuss

As part of the Hot Springs Sister City Program, four of the city’s educators took the opportunity to travel to Hanamaki, Japan, in July. Their purpose was to visit schools, become acquainted with Japanese families, learn about Japanese culture and build links that might someday open up new classes and a bigger world to students.

Stephen Adkison: Provost wants Henderson State to succeed in new era of education

posted: 09/02/2014 11:50 a.m. Discuss

Stephen Adkison, the new provost at Henderson State University, moved with his family to Arkansas from Le Grande, Oregon.

Regional quarantine proposed to save ash trees from borer

posted: 09/02/2014 11 a.m. Discuss

The city of Prairie Village, Kansas, has always been known for its thousands of trees. The community of 22,000 has had the distinction of being a Tree City USA designation, but the city will soon chop down as many as 700 ash trees to prevent the spread of the emerald ash borer.

Earthmoving development: Work underway for major retail center in Benton

posted: 09/02/2014 10:56 a.m. Discuss

Earthmovers are reshaping the landscape at the corner of Alcoa Road and Arkansas 5 in Benton, and work will be going on for more than a year.

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