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Arkansas lt. gov. drops out of race for Congress

August 29, 2013

LITTLE ROCK — Republican Lt. Gov. Mark Darr said Thursday that he's dropping out of the race to represent south Arkansas in Congress amid ethics questions over his campaign finance reports.

The decision came less than three weeks after Darr announced he was seeking the 4th District seat, hoping to replace incumbent Tom Cotton. Cotton, a Republican, is challenging Democratic Sen. Mark Pryor next year.

Panthers take Comets down

August 29, 2013

BENTON – It wasn’t the crispest of scrimmages, but that’s what scrimmages are for. The Benton Panthers topped the Mills Comets 30-21 in an Arkansas Activities Association benefit game on Tuesday night at Panther Stadium preceding next week’s opening-season game vs. Arkadelphia on Sept. 6.

Calley pleased with Hornets' showing

August 29, 2013

BRYANT - The Bryant Hornets ended their 2012 season in disappointing fashion, falling to Cabot at home in the first round of the 7A state playoffs, 28-21. On Tuesday, the Hornets got back to work against someone other than themselves, battling the 7A State Champion Fayetteville and Pulaski Academy in benefit games.
With two 12-minute quarters against each, the Hornets worked on key issues and battled two good teams in doing so. First up was the Fayetteville Bulldogs. Coming off of a 2012 state title, the Bulldogs made the long trek to face Bryant and took advantage, outscoring Bryant 17-7.

BEEBE – The Bryant Hornets used a complete team performance to add to their victory total for the...
BAUXITE – For the second consecutive year, the Bauxite Lady Miners are sending another player out...
HASKELL — The Harmony Grove Cardinals’ pitching has been really good and then not so much...

 

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