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Gardner inks to Ozarks

May 17, 2013

BENTON - Benton High School has become accustomed to having athletes play and succeed at the next level. While not everyone moves on to reach “Cliff Lee” status, the ones that play at the NCAA level usually make the most of it.
As for the 2013 Benton Panther basketball team, the “next level” will be chalked full of talent and former Panthers; one being 6-foot, 9-inch big man Graham Gardner who signed to play with College of the Ozarks in Branson, Mo., on Tuesday.

Lady Cardinals 'excited' about state finals

May 17, 2013

HASKELL - The Harmony Grove Lady Cardinals have been the hottest team in Saline County all season. Now sitting at 30-2 overall on the year, Harmony Grove is looking for its fourth 3A State Championship since winning three in a row from 2002-04.
While many tournament roads are not easy to travel, the Lady Cardinals have made easy work of their opponent in tournament play, winning three straight before entering the 2013 State Tournament recently. Harmony Grove won the Woodlawn, 3A District and Region 2 Regional tournaments in three straight weekends and now has a chance at more heroics.

Fort Smith hospital uses music to alleviate pain

May 17, 2013

The staff at Sparks Regional Medical Center tries to alleviate their patients' pain in a variety of ways — including through the power of music, thanks to a local volunteer.
David Bruce, 65, spends his afternoons as a hospital volunteer playing hymns on his diatonic harmonicas to staff and patients alike in the main entrance, in hallways and in patients' rooms. He learned the hymns, which fill up two thick, three-inch music books that he carries around the hospital along with his harmonicas, when he attended First United Methodist Church in Fort Smith with his parents as a child.

The Bryant Lady Hornets softball team defeated the Mount St. Mary's Belles 11-0 on Wednesday at the...
The Bryant Hornets baseball team fell 3-2 to the Catholic Rockets at Lamar Porter Field in Little...
The Bauxite Lady Miners routed St. Joe's 16-0 on Tuesday in Conway. Valery Cotton went 3 for 4 at...

 

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