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Quapaw Quarter Association's supper series starts at Scull House

Subscriber onlyTed Holder and Joe van den Heuvel opened the doors to their 1913 craftsman home on State Street on June 23 to kick off the Quapaw Quarter Association's summer supper series. Continue reading...

Sheriff under friendly fire at Roast & Toast fundraiser

Subscriber onlyCharles "Doc" Holladay -- a 47-year law enforcement veteran whose service as Pulaski County sheriff comes to a close when 2018 does -- was mostly toasted at a June 21 Roast & Toast held to raise money for the Compassion in Action Re-Entry program. Continue reading...

LEADING LADIES: Scott, James recognized for support of fostering

Subscriber onlyDawn Scott and Consevella James were honored at a special dinner held June 28 in the Grand Hall of the Governor's Mansion in Little Rock. The 35th Anniversary Celebration of Treatment Homes (also known as Thinc) marked 3 1/2 decades of the agency's provision of a therapeutic family environment for foster children with emotional problems. Continue reading...

All the possibilities

Historian keeps digging for new information

Subscriber onlyOne of my desk drawers is labeled "Possibilities." It contains about 75 files on topics ranging from abortion to zoos. My hope is to locate enough information over time to warrant writing columns on these topics. But just because a topic is interesting does not mean it has been well documented. Or maybe the documentation exists -- but is not easily accessible. Regardless, many of my possibility files contain scant information. Continue reading...

Local notes

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Club news

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Personified

Foundation takes swing at dementia

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Where Are They Now?

Horton retires after 30 years of eye care

Subscriber onlyIt's the end of an era for eye care in Fayetteville. Joe Horton, who has been seeing patients for 30 years at Family Eye Care just south of Hobby Lobby and the Bank of Fayetteville's College Avenue location, retired at the end of June. We asked him to join us for a "Where Are They Now?" Q&A. Continue reading...

Giving back

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Scholarship group lauds partners, recipients

Theater group honors Trotter

Subscriber onlyThe Single Parent Scholarship Fund of Northwest Arkansas played host to the 16th annual Spark of Hope dinner June 21 at the Fayetteville Town Center. More than 440 guests and sponsors helped the group raise $178,591. Continue reading...

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