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Kendra’s Story

by: Kendra Thompson Every person has a story. Some are happy. Some are sad. Some are joyous. Or some, like mine are a mixture. Recently, God has placed a need on my heart to share my story. Everyone faces adversity in varying degrees in life,…

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Hometown Hero with a Furred Flair

by: Morgan Dooley I have known Marsha Wyatt for several years.  She is one of my best friends.  We share a love of animals, the downtrodden of our world and our veterans.  I met her when I needed somewhere…

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THE CALL: Unsung Heroes

by: Stephanie Laney “A true hero isn’t measured by the size of his strengths, but by the strength of his heart.”     –  Hercules Have you ever started something assuming you knew what you would be doing and…

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Dad’s View: Power Down

by: Ben Lacy Anyway, the flight attendant added an interesting comment at the end of the safety briefing today that made me ponder a few things.  After going through the intricate details of how to properly prepare for a water…

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Shine Solar – Installing Happiness

by: Kendra Perkins Kerry and Elizabeth Miller sit on their living room floor playing with their one-year-old twins, Ashford and Finley. Toys are everywhere as the twins create havoc on the living room. Ashford plays with his cars, and…

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The Roeder Family

by Mallory Roeder / Photo by Ever After Portraiture “Have kids,” they say. “It’ll be fun,” they say. We’ve all heard it. While I love my kids more than anything in this world, nothing truly prepares you for the craziness that…

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The Journey of a Mother’s Loss

by Gina Allgaier When our babies are born, we naturally assume they will outlive us, but that is not always the case.  Sometimes we lose our children in utero, other times it’s shortly after birth, and in some cases…

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Childcare Aware

Only half of the US population is confident in the government’s ability to meet the unique needs of children in a disaster according to a 2016 report from the National Center for Disaster Preparedness. And yet, only 35 percent…

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Outdoor Play in NWA

by: Heather Foitek School has started. The weather is getting more pleasant, and fall is starting to settle into Northwest Arkansas.  Recently, I had the opportunity to read Balanced and Barefoot: How Unrestricted Outdoor Play Makes for Strong, Confident…