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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.

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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. 

"Go Panthers: Red & White Day"

"Go Panthers: Red & White Day"

CABOT, Ark. (KTHV) - THV11's Tom Brannon will be kicking off the Cabot Panthers' first home game at the Panther Stadium on Friday, September 4. 

The Cabot Schools decided to designate their first home game as "Go Panthers: Red & White Day." The Cabot Panthers will be taking on the Conway Wampus Cats at 7 p.m. at Panther Stadium. Their students and staff will be showing their Panther Pride by wearing "Red and White."

THV11's Tom Brannon will be kicking off game-day festivities early that Friday at 5 a.m. and will be there until 7 a.m.

Cool 104.7 will also be the official radio station of the game day fun. The first 2,000 people to arrive at the stadium will receive free t-shirts to BLACKOUT the stadium. 

 

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Vulgar Instagram account raises cyber-bullying concerns


CABOT, Ark. (KTHV) - A vulgar social media page exploiting Cabot students is concerning police and parents about the dangers of cyber-bullying.

The page shows pictures of district students with grotesque hashtags and captions.

As many as 200 photos of 22 students and parents were posted the captions. The account has since been taken down but it's becoming more common as younger kids start exploring social media.

"There's a lot of victims when this happens," said Lonoke County Prosecutor Chuck Graham.

In today's world popularity can be summed up into one word: followers.

"Cute girls or whatever you know, what's your Instagram name? Yeah you know everyone's looking for some followers," said skateboarders Dillon Martella and Brandon McCutchen.

The two used to attend Cabot High School and post skateboarding videos among other things almost daily.

Cabot mom speaks after controversial Instagram account removed


CABOT, Ark. (KTHV) - Around 200 photos of Cabot students and adults were posted on Instagram have now been deleted, after the photos were found with vulgar captions.

22 people already filed reports to Cabot Police- saying they are victims of this Instagram account.

The posts were taken down from Instagram Thursday night.

"She's very embarrassed, and just violated in a way you know?" said Keri Kirkland, a mom to a 14-year-old in the Cabot School District.

Her daughter's picture was posted on the deleted account and her 8-year-old sister was also in the post.

"Since she's a minor, I wanted to get it taken care of," said Kirkland.

Most of the pictures posted were clean, but the captions and hashtags were inappropriate and vulgar.

My Town Hero: Cabot woman helping to feed her community


CABOT, Ark. (KTHV) - During the summer months when many families are busy taking vacations, others are often times searching for the next meal.

Tonight's My Town Hero has gone above and beyond to make sure families in her community don't go hungry.

As the summer draws to an end, the need for food does not.

Hunger doesn't take a vacation, which is why all summer long, Mount Tabor UMC in Cabot has opened its doors to feed those in need.

"I've never been in a place where I did not know how I was going to feed my children at night and a lot of people we see have."

Twice a week, Eileen Poss and other church volunteers prepare brown bag lunches filled with anything from pizza to sandwiches and cookies...feeding over 350 people a week.

All of which, Eileen greets with a smile.

"She makes people feel welcome and comfortable."