FAYETTEVILLE — No practice makes nothing close to perfect, Jared Cornelius learned the hard way though no fault of his own.
Class 7A, Week 4, 2017
Former Conway resident and University of Central Arkansas graduate, Chris Bliss presented sand from Iwo Jima to the Marine Corps recruiting office in Conway to honor the death of his son, Lance Corporal Nicholas Bliss, who died earlier this year.
Natural disasters have recently pummeled various parts of the United States and the Caribbean. In my previous column, I predicted that Houston would recover quickly; but sadly, not every city hit by a hurricane will be so lucky. In order to understand how quickly cities recover from natural disasters, we can turn to medieval Italy for some insight about what is likely to happen in modern times.
Central Baptist College’s Colton Ryan expanded a one-sh0t lead Tuesday with a 1-under 71 to win the individual title by five strokes the National Christian College Athletic Association’s Central Regional at Oklahoma City, Okla.
Know those thrill rides that take you right to the precipice of a cliff or great danger, then stop or head another direction just in time?
Albert Braunfisch of Little Rock was recently named to a five-year term as chair of the Hendrix College Board of Trustees.