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2019-2020 CHS Students of the Year 

 

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We’re in the heart of north Arkansas at Alpena, on the line between Carroll and Boone counties. I’ve fished for smallmouth bass here on Long Creek. It was a wonderful float, and I tell my traveling companions about how many fish we caught that day.

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When the volleyball program began at the University of Arkansas in 1994, only two high schools north of Mountainburg offered the sport.

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The Little Rock School District's athletic programs aren't interested in taking a backseat to similar organizations across the state.

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South Korea has reported 50 new cases of COVID-19 as officials begin requiring nightclubs, karaoke rooms and gyms to register their customers with smartphone QR codes

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President Donald Trump says he’s planning to hold his first rally of the COVID-19 era next Friday in Tulsa, Oklahoma. And he says he’s planning more events in

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Joe Biden condemns President Donald Trump over the use of tear gas against peaceful protesters outside the White House in order to clear a park so that the President could

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“There was nothing I could do but speak out against that,” she added, calling for a focus on “the deeper wounds of the country” amid ongoing demonstrations against racial injustic

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LITTLE ROCK -- In the mid-1960s, miniskirts were in vogue, protests against the Vietnam War were rampant, and the civil rights movement was making headway under the leadership of Martin Luther King Jr.

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Soon they'll tear down my high school, which is where my life got direction and launching. They ought instead to preserve the structure as a monument to, and museum commemorating, everything that went wrong in Little Rock public education over the last five decades.

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But, first, McClellan High on Geyer Springs Road on the southwest edge of the city should continue to stand as a reminder never to revive the architecture of the 1960s. It was presumed to be progressive when McClellan opened in 1966 without windows in classrooms along tunnel-like corridors extending left and right from open-air courtyards between t

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