Conway man anticipates Governor's pardon

Local man sees the light of day after a long road of struggle. William M. Lewis of Conway was convicted in 1995 on counts of Possession of Methamphetamine and Drug Paraphernalia, and Possession of Methamphetamine with Intent to Deliver.

Today, Governor Mike Beebe announced his intent to pardon Lewis alongside ten other men and women. Those who have applied for the pardon had to fulfill strict requirements including completing all jail time, fulfilling all parole-and-probationary requirements as well as pay all fines related to the sentence. Before the pardon is made official there is a 30-day waiting period for public feedback on the pardon to be returned then final action can occur.


Beebe announces intent to pardon 7 convicts
State court halts quick release of some pardoned


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Mahar earns award from First Tee

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East vs. West in Final Four

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David Grimes: Plenty of options for sports camps in Conway

If you have school-aged children like I do, keeping them busy in the summer can be challenging. But here in Faulkner County, there are a multitude of summer sports camps to pick from to help fill the void.

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History Minute: Gov. Bernardo de Galvez