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Maybe stories about neighbors are stories about us,” posited Paige Reynolds, a storyteller for The Yarn’s most recent show on April 5, 2019.
On April 5, 2019, members of the Arkansas Association of Women Lawyers (AAWL) gathered at the Little Rock Club to celebrate their annual scholarship winners.
Through the shining coffee shop windows, across a clear Arkansas morning, you can see Argenta steel going up. Snorted and belched into rote formation by heavy equipment, the flat ribs of iron in measured, razor-sharp rows and crossmembers windowpane the sky.
“I’m ecstatic to interact with people who are working hard to increase the opportunities for everyone within the community and state,” said accountant of Frost, PLLC, Cheryl Shuffield as she gears up in joining the University of Arkansas at Little Rock’s Foundation Fund Board.
The massive devastation known as the Great Flood of 1927, and its far reaching and permanent consequences, actually began in the summer of 1926, when floodwaters from Illinois joined the relentless rains in the central Mississippi basin.
The Quapaw Quarter Association (QQA) will host its 55th Spring Tour on Mother’s Day weekend, May 11- 12.
Spring is in the air, the sun is out, and wedding season has begun.
After three unsuccessful seasons as head coach of the Little Rock Junior College (LRJC) Trojans football team, Coach Alvin Longstreth likely wished he’d hedged his bet on deciding to return the Trojans to the field in 1934.
Meet Nicki Nicolo, a family lawyer with an affinity for federal cases
Razorback football fans coming of age at the turn of the 21st century likely place the 2002 “Miracle on Markham” against LSU in War Memorial Stadium high on their lists of Hog memories.
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