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Southside celebrating 30 years of excellence

Southside celebrating 30 years of excellence

CABOT, Ark. (KTHV) - Southside Elementary is celebrating 30 years of excellence on Tuesday, September 22. 

On September 22, 1985 Southside Elementary was dedicated by then Governor Bill Clinton. Thirty years later, school members will join hands as they celebrate the school Dedication Day. 

Officials will be gathering everyone in the school and leading them out to the back playground at 2:30 p.m. to celebrate the big day. 

They ask that the public join them in their celebration of 30 years of excellence on Tuesday. 

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Now you can brunch like the royals at Castle on Stagecoach

Now you can brunch like the royals at Castle on Stagecoach

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - A restaurant in Little Rock is allowing the public to travel back in time for a brunch with royalty. 

Nestled on 100 acres of land on Stagecoach Road in Little Rock sits a castle fit for a queen or king and now, open to the public for events. The Castle on Stagecoach has been offering the venue for rentals suitable for all types of events including weddings, corporate parties, bridal showers, holiday dinners and so much more.  

The owners decided it was time to start a monthly event in an effort to allow anyone in the public to come enjoy a champagne brunch, tour of the grounds and enjoy live music.

"The food and experience is wonderful.  Everyone should experience this," said guest, Rance Golden.

Real Proud recognizes two Cabot High School students

Real Proud recognizes two Cabot High School students

CABOT, Ark. (KTHV) - Bank of Little Rock Mortgage recognized two Cabot High School students on Friday, September 4, during Cabot’s varsity football game against Conway.

The students were honored 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 were Cabot High School junior Avery Elliott and senior Zoe Eddington.

Avery Elliott, the daughter of Dan and Melissa Elliott, was nominated by Dr. Martha Marshall. A natural leader, Avery joined Junior Civitan as a sophomore, serving two years as its president and, ultimately, being named the club’s Heartland District Governor representing five states.

ASMSA opens Class of 2018 admissions cycle

ASMSA opens Class of 2018 admissions cycle

HOT SPRINGS, Ark. - The Arkansas School for Mathematics, Sciences and the Arts has officially launched the search for the Class of 2018.
 
Students apply to ASMSA through a competitive admissions process that evaluates high school coursework, ACT/SAT scores, responses to essay questions, letters of recommendation and other accomplishments.  Finalist candidates are invited to attend Interview Weekends in April.  The process is similar to application at selective colleges and universities.
 
Students must submit their completed online application, test scores, and letters of recommendation no later than March 1, 2016.
 

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Stylish bridal show in Cabot

Stylish bridal show in Cabot

CABOT, Ark. - Come to Cabot's first and only stylish wedding showcase at Greystone Country Club on Sunday, September 13, 2015 from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. for a fabulous selection of vendors, design ideas, the latest trends in fashion, swag bags, cake and food tastings and a grand prize worth thousands to one lucky bride.  

The show dubbed Bridal Savoir Faire brings you a convenient and exciting array of virtually everything you’ll need to plan your wedding, pre-nuptial events, honeymoon, and future lives together.

Former NFL player speaks to Cabot students on anti-bullying


CABOT, Ark. (KTHV) - A former NFL football star visited Cabot on Wednesday to promote his anti-bullying campaign to the students within the school district.

Keith Davis played for the New York Giants in the 1980s. He spoke on Wednesday with middle school, junior high, and freshmen students about the importance of dreaming big and making good decisions.

He wanted them to understand that words are powerful, just as the ones he heard as a child that changed his life.

"It's written by Dr. Edwin Lewis Cole, and it says, "Winners always look at what they're going to, and losers always look at what they're going through," said Davis.

Davis expressed to the students that bullying stems from someone who is hurt, and then feels the need to hurt someone else. This year, he is traveling across the country to educate people on valuing themselves and others.


Happy 50th Anniversary!

Happy 50th Anniversary!

Happy 50th Anniversary to Rodney and Jerry Bise of Heber Springs, Ark.