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September 20, 2014
Cabot School Superintendent Tony Thurman was recognized as the Superintendent of the Year by the Arkansas Association of Educational Administrators during the school board meeting on Tuesday.
Standing with Thurman is his wife, Tara; and their son, Rhett and daughter, Ryane.
Thurman honored as state's top chief
IN SHORT: Cabot superintendent wins second statewide honor for his leadership in growing school district. [FULL TEXT]
Mayor: District in 2016
IN SHORT: Fletcher is pleased with 95 percent support in Jacksonville. [FULL TEXT]
Pit bull kills neighbor's horse
IN SHORT: Owner pleads not guilty in Ward District Court as vicious dog kept in quarantine. [FULL TEXT]
Killer worked at Cabot school gym
IN SHORT: A murderer who is serving a life sentence without parole was installing a wall mat this week at the Cabot Junior High North gym as part of a prison work-release program. [FULL TEXT]
Sylvan Hills' Haden Hawkins lifts quarterback Trajan Doss high into the air after Doss' third touchdown of the game gave the Bears a 48-7 lead in their rout of Newport on Friday.
Sylvan Hills plows over Greyhounds
IN SHORT: Bears turn anticipated matchup into a drubbing in a special night for SHHS. [FULL TEXT]
Panther girls get historic victory
IN SHORT: Cabot volleyball team beats Mountain Home for first time in many years. [FULL TEXT]
Lady Falcons escape JHS in five
IN SHORT: North Pulaski went across town and picked up a hard-fought win against Devils. [FULL TEXT]
Panthers cruise against War Eagles, as expected
IN SHORT: Cabot gets very little challenge from J.A. Fair Friday in a mismatch in Little Rock. [FULL TEXT]
Harps donates to Lonoke County Christian Clinic
Lonoke County Christian Clinic coordinator Becky True and pharmacy director Jerry Jones accept a check for $2,500 on Tuesday from Cabot Harps Foods store manager Jerry Davenport (right). The money was raised during the Harps charity golf tournament held in August in Rogers. The Lonoke County Christian Clinic on 502 Richie Road in Cabot is open at 5 p.m. on the first and third Thursdays of the month. The clinic offers free dental, medical and pharmacy services to Lonoke County residents who meet financial guidelines and have no insurance. Call 501-605-5600 for an appointment. The clinic has been open since 2011.
Mystery of women's prison
IN SHORT: Daffodils planted uniformly, foundations buried 4 feet in the ground and the tale of one inmate who was likely the victim of a corrupt system are all that remain of the Arkansas State Farm for Women prison near Jacksonville. [FULL TEXT]
Bridging the Gap Resale Shop opens for business
IN SHORT: Bridging the Gap Resale Shop in Lonoke held its grand opening on Wednesday. [FULL TEXT]
CASA fundraising dinner
IN SHORT: Advocacy group to held event for Lonoke County abused kids. [FULL TEXT]