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Jacksonville Community Center offers Boot Camp classes

Jacksonville Community Center offers Boot Camp classes

JACKSONVILLE, Ark. (KTHV) - The Jacksonville Community Center is doing their best to help the community maintain New Year's resolutions for 2016. 

For the early risers needing to work out before they start their day, Jacksonville Parks and Recreation is offering morning Boot Camp classes Monday through Friday, starting at 5:15 a.m. TG Fitness Trainer, Tony Gordon, will provide you a regimen of strength moves and cardio that will make you stronger, fitter, and a happier person. 

These classes are free to members of the Center. If you need additional information, call (501) 982-4171 or visit www.cityofjacksonville.net

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Real Proud recognizes Four Cabot students

Real Proud recognizes Four Cabot students

CABOT, Ark.  - Bank of Little Rock Mortgage recognized four outstanding students on Monday, January 11, during Cabot’s varsity basketball game.

Four Cabot students were honored on Monday as a part of the Real Proud of Real Panthers program, sponsored by Bank of Little Rock Mortgage. The program recognizes hard-working students who are actively involved in their community and extracurricular activities.

The students honored include:

Cabot community keeping the city clean

Cabot community keeping the city clean

CABOT, Ark. (KTHV) - Officials with the City of Cabot and Cabot City Beautiful are asking the public to join them in cleaning up the city.

The two organizations are working together to host the annual “Cabot Clean-Up Day.” This event will be held in conjunction with the national “Great American Clean-Up” Campaign & statewide “Keep Arkansas Beautiful” Month.

Everyone in the Cabot area is encouraged to participate in this city-wide cleanup endeavor: Civic & service organizations, church & youth groups, school groups & clubs, scouting groups, individuals, families, neighborhoods and businesses.

 “Cabot Clean-Up & Hazardous Waste Round-Up 2016” will be held on Saturday, March 19th, from 9 a.m. until 12’ noon.

Cabot police giving away gun safety kits


CABOT, Ark. (KTHV) -- Following several self-inflicted gun deaths over the last few years, the Cabot Police Department is stepping in to help lower those numbers.

The department started giving away gun locks on Tuesday to anyone who stops by.

“If we held prevent one child it will mean the world,” said CPD public information officer Sgt. Keith Graham.

The most recent incident in Arkansas happened last May in Redfield when a five-year-old died after being shot by his sibling.

Two years ago, the same thing happened to a three-year-old boy near Cabot after he shot himself in the head.

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Sports Medicine program at Cabot High School a success


CABOT, Ark. (KTHV) -- There's way more to high school sports than the star quarterback or head cheerleader.

With some sports programs looking like small colleges, there is a growing need for pros to keep those kids safe and healthy.

High school used to have shop classes, and they didn't really blend with gym class. Cabot High began pioneering a program in 2010 that you might call a sports-shop mashup.

"Our high school students need us just as much as professional athletes need us."

Lyndsey Rich is out to fill that need. She is an athletic trainer turned teacher who knows there are way more student athletes these days than pros.

"They deserve the same kind of health care that our professional athletes have."

Rich spends her days showing students the ropes when it comes to wrapping an ankle or rehabbing an old break.

Safe speed zones set for Jan. in NLR

Safe speed zones set for Jan. in NLR

NORTH LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - North Little Rock police have announced where they will placing a safe speed zone watch for the rest of January. 

Here is a list of the following zones:

Cheer injuries more severe, less frequent


CABOT, Ark. (KTHV) - High school cheerleading isn't the simple sideline activity it used to be.

A new study that was released on Thursday shed some light on what type of injuries are associated with the sport.

"I was actually tumbling, and when I landed, it kind of just snapped," said Cabot High School cheerleader Laura Davidson, describing a bone in her foot.

The Cabot High School cheerleader said she has spent much of her senior year sitting out after breaking her foot at cheer camp.

"Yeah, there was a lot of pain, excruciating pain."

Davidson's story may sound familiar to the reports made by thousands of other cheerleaders and their parents. Cabot High School Assistant Athletic Trainer Lyndsey Rich said that cheer injuries tend to take longer to heal.