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Ruth M. Harrison

Ruth M. Harrison, 86, of Conway, went to be with her Lord on Saturday, April 18, 2015. She was born on Thursday, Sept. 6, 1928 in Alton Park, Tenn. to the late Richard and Florence (Carter) Foster.Ruth was a retired healthcare aide and loved

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William B. Morgan

William B. Morgan, 85, of Greenbrier passed from this life on April 18, 2015. He was born on Aug. 27, 1929 in Magnolia, Ala. to the late Council and Mary Green Morgan. William worked for the Little Rock Police Department for 31 years before his

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Shane Lee Barnett

Shane Lee Barnett, 39, of Conway passed from this life on April 18, 2015. He was born in Leon, Iowa to Maurice Barnett and Talitha Lancaster on July 24, 1975. Shane worked in the manufacturing industry for Cameron and Industrial Hardfacing, Inc. He

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Betty Jane Gunter Webb

Betty Jane Webb Gunter, 83, of Vilonia went to be with the Lord Saturday April 18, 2015. Betty was born Jan. 20, 1932 in Pocahontas, Ark. to the late George B. Webb and Katy Baty Webb. She was a loving mother, retired nurse and a beloved member of

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Faye Dene Wilkins

Faye Dene Wilkins, 80 of North Little Rock passed away Monday, April 13, 2015. She was a member of Sylvan Hills Community Church and Faith Baptist Church. She loved games, puzzles, playing rummy and dominos. She is survived by her daughter and her

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Amazon, Microsoft lead gains in big technology stocks

NEW YORK - Stocks advanced slightly Friday as investors cheered the quarterly results of three large technology companies: Google, Microsoft and Amazon. The modest gains helped close out a relatively strong week for U.S.

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Minnows in a bottle may lure crappie

The veteran crappie fisherman had a clear plastic bottle with a string tied around its neck. "Secret weapon," he said. OK, explain it, please, I said. He did. The bottle was a half-liter water bottle with the label removed.

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Local youth named Farm Bureau Dairy Recipe winners

SPECIAL TO THE LOG CABIN The Faulkner County Farm Bureau Women's Committee, in cooperation with the Faulkner County Cooperative Extension Service, recently hosted the annual county-wide Dairy Recipe Contest.

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Yesterdays April 27

Ralph D. Scott, special agent for the Federal Bureau of Investigation in New York and a 1935 graduate of Hendrix College, was on the campus to visit his brother, William P. Scott of McCaskill (Hempstead County). After graduating from Hendrix, Mr.

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Mayflower students sound off on recovery planning

Members of the Mayflower High School (MHS) student council weighed in on disaster recovery plans for the city on April 6, during an input session with Local Disaster Recovery Manager Devin Howland and Mayflower Mayor Randy Holland.

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