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Fresh sprouts for Thanksgiving

Nov 18, 2014 3:04pm

With a little patience and a very small investment, salad lovers and cooks can have a steady supply of sprouts, and there is time to put together a quick kitchen garden of sprouts for Thanksgiving...

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J.P. Gairhan, of Cabot, pictured right, was an Arkansas representative at Boys Nation this summer. The American Legion Boys Nation program focuses on government and citizenship education for students who are selected from their respective Boys State programs. Gairhan was selected to represent Arkansas and is referred to as a “senator.” During his visit he met with U.S. Senator for Arkansas, John Boozman, pictured left. (submitted photo).

Local student represents Arkansas at Boys Nation

Aug 06, 2014 6:00am

J.P. Gairhan, of Cabot, pictured right, was an Arkansas representative at Boys Nation this summer. The American Legion Boys Nation program focuses on government and citizenship education for...

SSG Calvin Rollins, now of Cabot, as he served with the Special Operations Group in Southeast Asia during the Vietnam War. Rollins was inducted into the Army Ranger Hall of Fame in ceremonies July 16. The bracelet seen in this picture was a gift marking his adoption into a Montagnard tribe; he wears the bracelet to this day and has worked to sponsor some of the staunch American allies to the U.S.

Walking among giants

Updated: Aug 05, 2014 4:39pm

Nearly 45 years after surviving harrowing missions during the war in Vietnam, Cabot resident Calvin Rollins has been inducted into the Army Ranger Hall of Fame. How harrowing? “We had teams that...

MUSIC BEAT | Chuck Wagon Gang set for Ward church

Aug 05, 2014 2:50pm

The Chuck Wagon Gang will be performing at DaySpring Missionary Baptist Church in Ward on Thursday, Aug. 14. The concert is set for 7 p.m.

In the history of American music, the Chuck Wagon...

Cabot artist H. Kirk Beckham displays her watercolors of local scenes at Cabot Farmers Market. She is one of several local artisans and craftsmen who share the market with vendors of locally grown fruits, vegetables and other foodstuffs. The market, sponsored by Cabot City Beautiful, is open 8 a.m. to noon, each Saturday until Oct. 4, in the ReNew Church parking lot at the intersection of South Second Street and Richie Road. Photo Ed Galucki

Lick the Spoon | Rural American art and cuisine at Cabot Farmers Market

Aug 05, 2014 3:31pm

Fruits, vegetables, honey … while Cabot Farmers Market features many of these locally produced edibles, not everything offered by vendors is intended for the kitchen and pantry.

Cabot...

At the movies with Emily | Redbox and the $5 bin

Aug 05, 2014 3:25pm

This summer I was determined to open my movie horizons and take on things that looked different and movies that I hadn’t heard anything about. That was why I was so excited when I found my first...

Pilgrim reflections | The silent stealer and killer

Aug 05, 2014 3:13pm

It lives in your home and in mine. It accompanies you to work. It goes to bed with you at night (if you let it). And, it does its job well, robbing us of our joy and peace-of-mind while...

Brenda Lee

Music Beat | The music world loves Brenda Lee

Jul 29, 2014 5:19pm

Brenda Lee is one of the greatest vocal talents of all time. Her track record as a cross-over artist is remarkable. Known as “Little Miss Dynamite,’ she has sold more than 100 million records...

Jimmie Rodgers

MUSIC BEAT | Jimmie Rodgers remains an iconic music figure

Jul 22, 2014 1:54pm

Known as ‘The Father of Country Music,’ ‘America’s Blue Yodeler’ and ‘The Singing Brakeman,’ Jimmie Rodgers was country music’s first superstar.

With a diverse sound that communicates to...

Lick the Spoon | The kitchen arts of Aunt Babette

Jul 22, 2014 1:47pm

Cruising through antique cookbooks remains one of my favorite pastimes, and one my favorite cruising grounds is Aunt Babette’s Cook Book - Foreign And Domestic Receipts For The Household; A...

At the movies with Emily | ‘Jaws’ more of a PG-13 film

Jul 22, 2014 1:46pm

Summer has been well on its way and we are all soaking up the sun and hitting the beach, or lakes, to enjoy our days. And with that thought I was able to choose a classic and one of my favorite...