Yesterdays July 29

50 years ago



Mr. and Mrs. J.S. Martin of Conway will celebrate 50 years of married life Sunday with an open house from 1-4 p.m. at the home of their daughter, Mrs. O.W. Madden of Conway.

They were married at Carlisle, Ark., Aug. 2, 1914, at the home of Mrs. Martin’s sister.

They have six children, 17 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.

25 years ago


Lori Hancock of Greenbrier will compete at the 18th Annual American Junior Quarter Horse Association World Championship Show and Convention in Tulsa, Okla., Sunday through Saturday Aug. 5.

Hancock, 11, daughter of Dale and Debbie Hancock of Greenbrier, will be among 1,300 youths, ages 19 and under, from the U.S., Canada and Australia participating in the show. She will compete with her American Quarter Horse Chick’s Vandy, a 15-year-old sorrel mare, in pole bending.

10 years ago


Frank Martin Moix Jr., M.D., will open his own family-centered practice of gastroenterology on Aug. 2, located in Suite 305 of the Conway Regional Medical Office Tower.

He is a Conway native and graduate of Conway High School and Hendrix College, Dr. Moix is married to Jennifer Moix and they have two daughters, Elise and Candace.



Fri, 08/18/2017 - 14:07

Hensley runs for prosecutor

Fri, 08/18/2017 - 13:53

Women’s Shelter hosts Great Escape

A local nonprofit hopes to see a big turnout for its all-day fundraising event by bringing in shopping booths, pampering services and more.

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Fri, 08/18/2017 - 11:14

Residents now can report misuse of parking spaces

LITTLE ROCK — The Office of Motor Vehicle of the Arkansas Department of Finance and Administration announced today that Arkansans can now report misuse of parking spaces for persons with disabilities online, by phone, or in person.

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Fri, 08/18/2017 - 11:10

New cases of West Nile Virus Disease

The Arkansas Department of Health (ADH) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) are urging people to take steps to prevent West Nile virus infections. Outbreaks of West Nile virus disease occur each summer in the United States. The first two cases of 2017 were identified in Arkansas late last week.

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