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Timothy Dean Langford

When the wishbone offense came to Jonesboro, he ran it to a T. Now this hospital chief of staff turns his precision tuning to prostates and that other big T — testosterone.

Subscriber onlyThere's a story that former Arkansas State football coach Larry Lacewell tells about Dr. Tim Langford. It concerns an afternoon in the fall of 1982 that Langford, then a quarterback in ASU's wishbone offense, spent being chased around and knocked down by an Alabama team coached by Paul "Bear" Bryant. Continue reading...

Campus food pantries once-hungry grad's goal

Subscriber onlyBrandon Mathews has an offering for student services director Michelle Anderson, who runs the food pantry at Pulaski Technical College: hamburger and hot dog buns from his wife's work picnic. Continue reading...

100 years on record

Game and Fish Commission toasts successes, honors 5 who helped

Subscriber onlyFor 100 years the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission has worked to conserve the state's wildlife resources. Its successes were celebrated Aug. 21, as were five Arkansans who have contributed to enhancing outdoor life, conservation education and protecting wildlife habitat at the Arkansas Outdoor Hall of Fame Banquet in the Statehouse Convention Center. Continue reading...

She drew a line in the sand: Her or her neighbor

Subscriber onlySarah Orme and her best friend, Carol, had just moved to Tennessee from Kentucky in 1976. They didn't really know anyone and were passing the time playing jacks in their Nashville apartment one evening when, who should come rap-rap-rapping at their door? Continue reading...

Cuff links, pocket squares establish style on a budget

Subscriber onlyI'm a young guy who cares about clothes. I work in an office with men who dress well, but my budget is not unlimited. I'm hoping to spend a little and create a personal style by adding pocket squares and French cuff shirts with cuff links. Are these appropriate or do I need $1,000 suits to pull them off? Continue reading...

Women talk, men live

Arkansas Prostate Cancer Foundation honors UCA president Tom Courtway

Subscriber onlyThe Arkansas Prostate Cancer Foundation threw another big bro-hug hoedown Aug. 20 at Temple B'Nai Israel, this one honoring University of Central Arkansas president Tom Courtway. Continue reading...

Vicarious online vacation worse than no vacation

Subscriber onlyAnd how was your summer? Have you been frolicking in the Hamptons with an Academy Award-winning actress? No? Then you have clearly not been having as good a time as Amy Schumer. Continue reading...

Cringe-inducing wedding rituals

Subscriber onlyCue the urge to leave a wedding; bathroom break, anyone? These moments are ones brides, grooms, guests and wedding planners all told us they encounter with a roll of their eyes. Among their most dreaded ceremony or reception moments: Continue reading...

Millennials seek gift cards, money as wedding presents

Subscriber onlyWhen it comes to registering for gifts, a generational change has developed, with more and more millennial couples asking their guests to consider holding the gravy ladles and shelving the dishes in favor of gifts of a very different sort. Continue reading...

Laura Carrolyn Bryan - Russell Byron Curtner

Laura Carrolyn Bryan became the bride of Russell Byron Curtner at 7 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 22, in Trinity Episcopal Cathedral. The Rev. Christoph Keller III officiated. Continue reading...

Savoring success

Evening honors 30 for Cystic Fibrosis Foundation fundraising work

Subscriber onlyIf you spotted someone wearing a purple ribbon Aug. 20 at the Metroplex, you knew that person was one of 30 young professionals being honored that evening at Little Rock Taste of the Finest. Continue reading...

Clinton School introduces 11th socially conscious crop

Subscriber onlyThe Clinton School of Public Service, which admitted its first class in 2005, welcomed 39 new students Aug. 20 at a reception at Trapnall Hall. Continue reading...

Don't let your past taint enjoyment of living today

DEAR ABBY: Have you any advice for handling nostalgia? While it can be pleasant, lately I have been getting very down when I think about my past. I'm sad that I can never relive those experiences, and I'm wondering what's wrong with my life now that makes me feel this way. Continue reading...

Theater kicks off 10th season

Hydration benefits from homecoming

Subscriber onlyThe CARE Initiative's fourth Las Faygas Texas Hold'em Tournament and Casino Night on Aug. 15 helped the group raise more than $35,000. Continue reading...

Helping others a continued way of life

Subscriber onlyWhen a soldier ends his active duty, he returns home and never really deploys on missions in the same way. Many veterans miss not only the camaraderie of their fellow servicemen but also the responsibility of serving and protecting others. Continue reading...

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