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Dive from a plane gives land lover new perspective

Posted: June 30, 2014 at 2:36 a.m.

Special to the Democrat-Gazette/Brad Barnett
Olivia Caillouet and her jumping instructor Brad Barnett leave Skydive Skyranch's plane June 17.

Special to the Democrat-Gazette/Brad Barnett Olivia Caillouet and her jumping instructor Brad Barnett leave Skydive Skyranch's plane June 17.

SILOAM SPRINGS -- All my life I have had a deep love of nature. I cherish memories from childhood of playing in the woods with my eyes turned skyward.

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Forest Service opens Upper Buffalo trail

Special to the Democrat-Gazette/BOB ROBINSON
Randy Jackson of Fort Smith checks out Fire Tower Trail during the grand opening June 16 of the new Upper Buffalo Mountain Bike Trail in Newton County.

NEWTON COUNTY -- After a short, gravelly climb, we peeled off the forest road onto Fire Tower Trail, a single-... Read »

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Firecracker run blazes through the Fourth

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette/RICK MCFARLAND --07/04/13-- The start of the Firecracker Fast 5K race in Little Rock Thursday morning. The first person to cross the finish line was Tim Richard, 25, of North Little Rock and he is shown behind runner 1104's right elbow and the first female to cross was Erika Setzler, 21, of Conway, and she is visible second from the right wearing number 622. Richards' time was 15:37:13 and Setzler's was 17:07:50.

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