SPORTS STORY >> Panthers knocked off perch at Bryant

By RAY BENTON  Leader sports editor The Cabot Panthers suffered their first defeat in conference play on Friday, losing a fourth quarter lead and a 50-40 decision at Bryant. The Panthers led al… An active subscription is required to view this content. Please login below or click here to request access if you have a subscription but do not know […]

SPORTS STORY >> Wolves blow by two league foes

By RAY BENTON Leader sports editor The Jacksonville Light-house boys have gotten back to its winning ways since dropping back-to-back conference road games. Last Friday at the Jacksonville Boys and… An active subscription is required to view this content. Please login below or click here to request access if you have a subscription but do not know your login information.

SPORTS STORY >> Titans salvage subpar outing

By RAY BENTON  Leader sports editor Although the Jacksonville Titans beat Pulaski Academy 59-48 at home on Friday, it didn’t feel much like a win for Jacksonville assistant coach Brandon Weems,… An active subscription is required to view this content. Please login below or click here to request access if you have a subscription but do not know your login […]

TOP STORY >> Science winners impress judges

By RICK KRON Leader staff writer The fifth-grade science fair winner, who also won first place honors as a third grader and a fourth grader, so impressed one of the judges, an engineer from First El… An active subscription is required to view this content. Please login below or click here to request access if you have a subscription but […]

TOP STORY >> Fallen fireman honored

By JEFFREY SMITH  Leader staff writer On the one-year anniversary of his death, the Sherwood Fire Department on Sunday honored fallen firefighter Lt. Jason Adams with a memorial plaque on Rescu… An active subscription is required to view this content. Please login below or click here to request access if you have a subscription but do not know your login […]

TOP STORY >> Ward arrest sheds light on nepotism

By JOHN HOFHEIMER  Leader senior staff writer Two sons and a granddaughter of longtime Ward Mayor Art Brooke work or worked in some fashion for the city, Brooke confirmed Tuesday, but there is … An active subscription is required to view this content. Please login below or click here to request access if you have a subscription but do not […]