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Command of the 19th Airlift Wing at Little Rock Air Force Base changed hands in a ceremony Wednesday morning. Lt.Gen. Carlton D. Everhart II, commander 18th Air Force (left), hands the 19 AW guidon to new commander Col. Charles E. Brown signifying the transfer of authority. Col. Patrick J. Rhatigan, right, who has commanded the wing for two years, will be retiring. Photo Ed Galucki

New commander at Little Rock Air Force Base

May 27, 2015 4:54pm

Command of the 19th Airlift Wing Black Knights at Little Rock Air Force Base transferred hands in a in a change-of-command ceremony held Wednesday.

Lt.Gen. Carlton D. Everhart II, commander...

CMSN carnival

May 26, 2015 5:53pm

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Brush with disaster has residents asking for city help

May 19, 2015 4:58pm

No opposition to proposed changes to lift the longstanding fireworks ban in Cabot, for at least two holidays, was heard from residents at the City Council meeting Monday. But council members did...

Celebrating 94 years old

May 19, 2015 3:15pm

Comrades and friends of Criswell-Robinson American Legion Post, Cabot, celebrated Fred W. Schoonover’s 94th birthday with a party at the post. Schoonover is a WWII Army veteran. He joined the Army...

Bankruptcies

May 19, 2015 8:20am

Brittany Blaine Bailey15 Red Oak Dr, Cabot; Chapter 7; unlisted debt filed May 6; unlisted assets.

Billy K McGeeand Martha C McGee8980 Hwy 31 N, Lonoke; Chapter 13; unlisted debt filed May 6...

Arkansas Tech announces spring 2015 Dean’s List

May 19, 2015 7:23am

RUSSELLVILLE —Arkansas Tech University has announced its Dean’s List for undergraduate students on the main campus in Russellville for the spring 2015 semester.

A student must achieve a 3.5...

Getting away from preservatives and other additives to commercially processed foods could be bringing renewed interest to home food processing, Dianna Bowen, Lonoke County extension agent for Family and Consumer Sciences. Preparing foods at home means people decide if anything is added to their food. Bowen will be presenting classes on home canning and drying. Photo Ed Galucki

Search for pure food might mean comeback for ‘putting up’ at home

May 12, 2015 5:39pm

Once the domain of rural kitchens, home food canning might be finding a new place in the households of the newest generation of adults. Awareness of healthy food alternatives and additives could...

Cabot Can organizers Stephanie Johnson and Linda Campbell with MK Beavert, and organizers Pam Clem and Layne Hartz prepare to help keep food on the table during summer break for students who rely on school meals. Beavert had guests to her eighth birthday party bring oatmeal instead of customary gifts, donating more than 40 boxes. photo Ed Galucki

Cabot Can: Food drive kicks off in time for summer

May 12, 2015 5:35pm

Being with the children of Cabot School District every day gives staff members a sense of the extent of hunger in north Lonoke County that many, perhaps most, residents do not have, especially...

Intersection at Ward could see changes soon, really

May 12, 2015 5:26pm

Years of planning and delays in what began as a statewide first at Ward will most likely begin this summer, probably, Ward City Council members heard at its Monday meeting. Also, there could be a...

National Day of Prayer

May 12, 2015 5:24pm

About 150 people gathered Thursday at the courtyard of the Cabot city hall to observe the National Day of Prayer, led by Mayor Bill Cypert. Color guard from Criswell/Robinson Cabot American Legion...

Learn home canning

May 12, 2015 6:05pm

Classes to learn safe practices for home canning are being offered by the Lonoke County Extension service, Dianna Bowen, county extension agent for family and consumer sciences announced.

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Rice recipe contest at 2015 Rice Expo

May 12, 2015 5:31pm

The 2015 Arkansas Rice Expo will also feature the fourth annual rice recipe contest; the contest showcases Arkansas rice, Dianna Bowen, Lonoke County extension agent for family and food sciences,...