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Three Rivers Latest NewsUpdated 12:00 a.m., Sun April 14, 2019
Lee Glover Langdon started his venture in Scouting when he was in the first grade. At that time, he said, he knew he wanted to be a Boy Scout. Langdon, 15, of Lonoke earned the rank of Eagle Scout in January and received his award March 10 in a ceremony at his home church, First United Methodist Church in Lonoke. Additionally, Langdon was recently named the American Legion of Arkansas Eagle Scout of the Year. “To me, it’s a bridge to becoming a better person,” Langdon said, referring to the rank of Eagle Scout. “It’s kind of like that in Scouting. It’s teaching you how to b... READ MORE
BATESVILLE — The 18th annual Ozark Foothills FilmFest will kick off at 7 p.m. Thursday with the screening of a silent classic film with accompanying music provided by a Batesville native.
MOUNTAIN VIEW — The 57th annual Arkansas Folk Festival will kick off spring for the town of Mountain View.
BATESVILLE — Student Hayley Cormican loves her hometown of Batesville and Lyon College, and her goal is to see the two interact more.
SEARCY — Mother Nature may have been playing an April Fools’ Day joke on members of the White County Master Gardeners as they gathered April 1 at the Searcy home of Marilyn Sims. There was a definite nip in the air as they discussed their upcoming plant sale.
JACKSONVILLE — Joe Stoute, maintenance manager for the Jacksonville Parks and Recreation Department, was a catcher when he played baseball in high school — a hardworking position with little glory. That’s how Stoute likes his jobs.