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What true pride means

Subscriber onlyI lived in Charlottesville, Va., from 1986 to 1990. My son was born in Martha Jefferson Hospital. We went to church, had friends, and walked and shopped in the beautiful pedestrian-friendly downtown just a few blocks from the University of Virginia. We loved the town and the people. It was and still is progressive, while retaining some of the more-charming aspects of Southern life. Continue reading...

10 Years Ago: Lady Panthers set sights on fifth volleyball championship

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Northwest Health Urgent Care provides convenient access

n All locations are now open seven days a week.

Subscriber onlyAs Northwest Arkansas continues to grow, convenient access to healthcare is increasingly important. When residents need urgent, but not emergent care, they can find it at one of Northwest Health's three urgent care clinics. Beginning this week, they will share the same name -- Northwest Health Urgent Care -- so patients can easily recognize they will receive quality, personalized care at these locations. Online check-in is available at MyNorthwestAnycare.com, offering patients the flexibility of selecting a time that best suits their schedules and the comfort of waiting in their home or office until their appointment time. Continue reading...

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Panthers offense looks to rebound

n Plenty of new faces will be seen at multiple positions.

Subscriber onlySiloam Springs' offense struggled to move the ball at times in 2016 as injuries took their toll all over the field. Continue reading...

Gentry hopes to turn corner in 2017

n Close losses in 2016 led to 2-8 season for Pioneers.

Subscriber onlyGENTRY -- For a Class 4A school, Gentry head football coach Paul Ernest believes that a roster in the mid- to upper-30s is a little lower than he'd normally like. Continue reading...

Lions hope to build on positives

n Gravette coach Bill Harrelson believes the 4A-1 is the toughest conference in the state.

Subscriber onlyGRAVETTE -- Last season, the Gravette Lions traveled to the other side of the state and picked up a playoff victory for the first time since reaching the 4A quarterfinals in 2011. The Lions finished fourth in the rugged 4A-1 Conference. Head coach Bill Harrelson, in his 12th season at Gravette, believes his 2017 team will not have it any easier, but he expects to be more competitive and hopes this year's team has closed the gap between themselves and the top part of the conference. Continue reading...

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