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MUSIC BEAT | Eddy Raven still loves the music

Feb 20, 2015 11:55am

For veteran country artist Eddy Raven, the phases, stages and trends of the music industry is nothing new. His lengthy career began as a top-notch songwriter. With a sound that is a mixture of...

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Lick the Spoon | Exploring the flavors of Lonoke County: Victory Lane Hot Dogs

Aug 26, 2014 3:06pm

Dining in Lonoke County is blessed with many locally owned, non-franchise food establishments. Most often they are spurred by passion rather than simply making money; they offer wide ranging,...

AGFC announces duck season dates

Aug 26, 2014 3:04pm

Armed with the some of the highest estimates on record of duck population estimates, the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission last week approved a 60-day hunting season for waterfowl. The vote was...


McKay recieves Gordon R. Brown scholarship

Aug 13, 2014 1:59pm

The Gordon R. Brown Scholarship for the 2014-2015 school year has been awarded to Morgan McKay, daughter of Nancy McKay and the late Harry McKay. The $1,000 scholarship is offered by the Lonoke...


Aug 12, 2014 4:45pm

(Second in a four-part series, “Worry—Its Causes and Cure”)

That’s really the bottom-line conclusion Jesus came to that day in His “Sermon on the Mount” when He talked about not worrying...

Cooking something up with Cabot AARP

Aug 12, 2014 4:44pm

All I wanted was a little something about the group and a few recipes – and the members of the Cabot AARP came through in spades. If the recipes they came up with are any indication of the spread...


Cabot’s Moore brings a fresh face to the famous Cash’s White River Theater

Aug 12, 2014 4:41pm

Heather Moore had a vision of brining a family friendly, military honoring show to Mountain View and that dream is about to become reality. On Friday at 7 p.m., the doors of the famous Cash’s...

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.