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Three Rivers Latest NewsUpdated 12:00 a.m., Sun June 16, 2019
Holding his favorite acoustic guitar, Jacksonville Guitar Center owner Steve Evans tells stories of his 40-plus years in the retail music business. He’s set to sell his store, which includes his guitar museum, and retire later this year.
Jacksonville Guitar Center owner Steve Evans stands in his showroom area, admittedly wistful about the idea of retiring. “All my customers are my friends,” Evans said. “I think, if I’m leaving the shop, am I going to lose my friends?” But those who know Steve, 63, and his natural fondness for people could conclude that he’ll do just fine making new friends wherever he goes. After decades of guitars to handle, store bills to pay, building maintenance to manage and customers to make happy, Evans said he’s ready to exit the stage as store owner. His decision to retire was made... READ MORE
BATESVILLE — The Batesville Area Arts Council’s largest fundraiser, Summer Celebration, will have a masquerade theme this year.
LONOKE — Being a dance dad was something new to Duane Peckat of Lonoke when his daughter Madison starting taking dance as a young girl.
BATESVILLE — The Batesville chapter of the United States Bowling Congress will honor 37 members of its hall of fame during a banquet Saturday at Colton’s Steak House Grill in Batesville. The dinner will start at 6 p.m.
LITTLE ROCK — Several young women with ties to the Three Rivers Edition coverage area will compete in the annual Miss Arkansas’ Outstanding Teen Pageant today through Friday. The pageant will take place in conjunction with the Miss Arkansas Pageant at the Robinson Center Performance Hall in Little Rock.
LITTLE ROCK — The Miss Arkansas and Miss Arkansas’ Outstanding Teen pageants will take place today through Saturday at the Robinson Center Performance Hall in Little Rock.
ROSE BUD — Over the past four seasons, Rose Bud’s softball program is 123-16 (.884) and has reached four state-title games and won two championships.
SEARCY — Steve Snow taught for 41 years, but in his mind, he never really worked.