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February 28, 2015
Cabot Scholarship Foundation will award $108,225
The Cabot Scholarship Foundation released the names of Cabot High School seniors who will receive scholarships. The foundation will honor 99 winners and award $108,225 during its annual banquet on Tuesday, March 10. The following students, gathering for a photo Thursday, will be awarded scholarships: Chandler Abbott, Robert Andrews, Eugene Barbery, Madison Barnhill, Daniel Beltram, Joshua Bennett, Lauren Bettis, Dylan Bowers, Cody Body, Payton Bradshaw, Daniel Brathwaite, Hannah Brown, Tristan Bulice, Coral Burns, Kolby Cole, Jessica Coleman, Mary Collins, Kaeleigh Colston, Duel Cunningham, Brianna Daugherty, Jacob Dills, Hadley DuVall, Erin Eckert, Hope Eilts, Annalise Elsasser, Jacob Ferguson, Tyler Folsom-Hill, Brett Frazier, Olivia Fredricks, Cobrin Friddle, John Gairhan, Shawn-Keith Goforth, Lauren Griffin, Molly Guzman, Jutin Hagar, Brianna Hamby, Alyssa Hamilton, Paxton Harmon, Austin Harris, Kendall Harris, Jayden Hart, Jalen Hemphill, Riley Hillegas, Micah Huckabee, Rachel Hunt, Annalise Jirik, Alisha Jones, Michael Jones, Lane Justus, Oksana Karjala, Laiken Kaylor, Charles Kibbe, Sammiera Long, Kaitlin Marshall, Brian Marshall, Ashley Martin, Sooyoung Matthews, Macy McClanahan, Ian McDonald, Jeri McWilliams, Logan Melder, Tanner Meredith, Brooke Miller, Katherine Mitchell, Allison Monroe, John Nichols, Riley Patterson, Bailey Payne, Sidney Peters, Andrea Poland, Mackenzie Powers, Cody Pugh, Kyleigh Reynolds, Taylor Rich, Emily Richard, Emily Richards, Taylor Romine, Melody Sampson, Caitlin Sanders, Erica Savage, Brittany Sorrell, James Speir, Kayla St. John, Ryan Stephens, Grant Tarvin, Kiera Taylor, Tatum Tompkins, Jacob Tucker, Caitlin Way, Vanessa Weidling, Justin Wheeler, Jack Whisker, Ashton Williams, Chloe Wofford, Taylor Wofford, Charl Young and Riley Young.
Liquor petition nears deadline
IN SHORT: Opposition sends out mailer that may be funded by liquor stores, churches that spoke out before. [FULL TEXT]
Judge will decide on Lewis' competence
IN SHORT: Evaluation finds defendant has antisocial disorder; he insists that his wife is innocent.
Mrs. Hutchinson will guest speak at shelter dinner
IN SHORT: Arkansas First Lady Susan Hutchinson will speak during Open Arms Shelter's third annual Child Abuse Awareness and Prevention Banquet at 6 p.m. Thursday, April 2 in the cafeteria of the Cabot Freshman Academy. [FULL TEXT]
Cabot beats Tigers, into playoff race
IN SHORT: Cabot is in state tournament if NLR handles Central. [FULL TEXT]
Panther girls get win over Central
IN SHORT: Cabot ladies avenge loss to Lady Tigers, improve East record to 9-2. [FULL TEXT]
Red Devils earn sweep of Falcons
IN SHORT: Jacksonville boys get by with 10-point win, ladies get mercy-rule victory over their city rival. [FULL TEXT]
Pocahontas' guards too much for Lonoke
A memorial at the Lonoke County Courthouse honors William Waggoner, who was a longtime judge and a veteran of the First World War.
Letter from the front
IN SHORT: A young soldier from Lonoke County, who became a judge and prosecutor, fought in World War. [FULL TEXT]
Rebirth of Jacksonville's heart
IN SHORT: An effort is underway to return the city's original train station. [FULL TEXT]