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June 20th, 2014
The Benton Advertising and Promotion Commission voted to give $10,000 to fund Hoop Jams at the Benton Event Center.
The 3-on-3 basketball tournament previously took place in Little Rock. According to LeJuan Washington, chairman and co-founder of Hoop Jams it was a huge success in the past.
This will be the first year that Hoop Jams will take place in Benton.
John David is one of 40 kittens the Humane Society of Saline County took in during one afternoon.
This kitten has been neutered, dewormed and given shots appropriate for this age, according to Ann Sanders, president of the society.
His adoption fee has been reduced to just $40, Sanders noted.
The Humane Society would like to encourage everyone to have their cats and dogs spayed or neutered, she said.
"It is currently kitten season and the shelters are full of kittens and puppies," Sanders said.
Randy Rutherford, former superintendent of the Bryant School District, has been hired as principal of the North Little Rock High School West Campus, according to a statewide publication.
Rutherford's term will begin July 1, according to a Twitter post from Board Vice President Scott Miller.
Rutherford's term as Bryant superintendent ended on April 7 after he had been placed on administrative leave in March.
No reason for the suspension was given by the district.