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Sustainability Weekend

The Arkansas Craft School's second annual Sustainability Weekend at Tomahawk Creek Farm included a day-long class in breadmaking by instructor Gin Brown. Part of the class involved preparing pizzas to be baked in a wood-fired oven. See more photos and information in the June 4 issue. ...

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Ernie Pyle Columns

These columns by famed war correspondent Ernie Pyle are reprinted in observance of the 70th anniversary of D-Day. Three columns were released for use, and the first is on page 15 A of the June 4 issue of the Leader. Please refer to that page for information on the observance as well as for information about Ernie Pyle and the Ernie Pyle Museum. The Horrible Waste of War NORMANDY BEACHHEAD, June 16, 1944 – I ...

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Logging Feature

Donald Turner stands beside the trunk of an oak tree that measures about five feet across at the cut. It produced the largest log ever hauled to Turner's Sawmill. See photo page in the May 21 issue. ...

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Old Farm Machinery

A collection of old farm equipment including a mid-century Farmall tractor and a pair of horse-drawn balers and other implements. Photos by Edie Sutterfield are featured in the April 23 issue. ...

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Brain Injury Awareness Month

March is Brain Injury Awareness Month and a Mountain View family wants to share their story to help prevent brain injuries as well as to help others who have experienced brain injuries. Two and a half years ago, 10-year-old Kaylee Smith was struck in the head by a golf ball that shattered her skull. After two surgeries and months of rehabilitation, she suffers few effects. Story by Renee Carr from the March ...

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Preschool Opens

Mountain View School held classes for the first time in the new preschool facilities, formerly New Horizons Daycare Center. See a photo page in the Jan. 22 issue. ...

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