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Yun Kim Joins Studio Tour

The move to Mountain View was fortuitous for Yun Kim, as it has helped rekindle a love of painting that she had put aside for many years. She is joining this year's Off the Beaten Path Studio Tour, Sept. 18-20. ...

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Rovilla Fulks Reflects on Long Life

Married at age 15, a mother at 16, and a widow by 19, Rovilla Fulks has definitely had her ups and downs through life, but has continued to work hard and live life to its fullest. See the full feature by Lana Mason in the Aug. 26 issue. ...

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Farris Retires from NADC

Gennive Farris is described by a long-time associate as a "true outreach worker" who has always been good to people and willing to go the extra mile for clients receiving services from the North Arkansas Development Council (NADC). She retired June 30 and is featured in the July 8 issue. ...

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Shipman Retires from DHS

It was estimated that about 200 people attended a retirement reception for Jane Shipman on June 24 to celebrate her 35 years with the Department of Human Services. She is featured in the July 1 issue. ...

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Batson Lands Movie Role

As a child actor new to the business, 6-year-old Bobby Batson is already landing some major roles. His latest endeavor is the role of Joe Piper, son of a near death survivor whose tribulations are recounted in the New York Times best seller, “90 Minutes in Heaven.” Batson will share the screen with well-known actors such as Star Wars actor Hayden Christensen and actress and model Kate Bosworth. The film ada ...

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Passion for Genealogy Leads to New Hobby

By Lori Freeze Renee Carr of the Rushing community has found a new angle to pursue her passion for genealogy research – returning abandoned or misplaced photographs to the families of those pictured. Renee was shopping in a Clinton flea market just more than a year ago when she saw what appeared to be a 1920s-era wedding photo offered for sale. The back of the paper frame contained names written in faded pe ...

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