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We have heard it said, “All good things must come to an end.” But, is this really true? The simple answer is “No, not all good things must come to an end.”

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Suzanne Raiford, owner of Daisy’s Lunchbox in Searcy, was one of 20 winners in the General Mills Foodservice 2020 Neighborhood to Nation Recipe Contest, an annual contest that celebrates independent restaurants and food trucks, one-of-a-kind dishes and the role they play in communities.

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The following area students are among more than 1,200 Harding University students included on the dean’s list for grades achieved during the fall 2020 semester. To be eligible, a student must be carrying 12 or more hours with a 3.65 or higher grade-point average and no incompletes.

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“I’d like to be remembered as a teacher who cared … as a man who tried to make a difference,” once remarked Dr. Samuel P. Massie, a noted chemistry professor and researcher. In his long and distinguished career, the native Arkansan broke barriers in science and society that truly made the wo…

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I often wonder how oysters were discovered. Whomever it was, it was a very valiant person. If you have ever opened oysters, you know that they were not stumbled upon. Someone must have been stranded on an island doing everything to find food.

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Parsley can be grown in all Arkansas home gardens. It has the unique ability to blend flavors and is frequently used in fine herb mixtures. It is also used as a garnish for flavor in salads, soups and stews; cooked with other vegetables; and dipped in a light batter and served as a deep-frie…

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A favorite game I remember playing as a boy growing up in Batesville was the classic “Hide and Seek.” One person would close their eyes and count to some particular number while all the other players were finding places to hide. Then followed the announcement by the one counting, “Ready or n…

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LEFT: Searcy Rotary Club President Mike James recently spoke to the club about the importance of voting and an upcoming presentation from club Executive Secretary Irene Gray, who discussed Mardi Gras. The club has been serving Searcy since 1959 and meets every Tuesday at noon at the Searcy C…

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