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Arkansas Bridal Fair Accepting Vendor Applications

Arkansas Bridal Fair Accepting Vendor Applications

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.

Bridal Savoir Faire is hosted at the beautiful wedding and event center, Cypress Meadows Plantation, which is located in Howell, Arkansas.  Built as a stable barn in the early 1900′s, Cypress Meadows Wedding & Event Center has been converted into a beautiful venue.  This scene creates the perfect backdrop for a vintage feel or shabby chic wedding.  Brides-to-be come from all over Arkansas to view this space as their premiere wedding venue.

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My Town Hero: Basketball coach becomes father figure to athletes

My Town Hero: Basketball coach becomes father figure to athletes

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - Tonight's My Town Hero is a legendary Little Rock basketball coach. He's accomplished some remarkable things on the court over the years, but it's what the Arkansas Sports Hall of Famer is doing off the court that makes him so worthy of being called a Town Hero.

This man needs no introduction. Just take a look at the plaques along his wall, and you'll know right away you're in the presence of greatness. Charles Ripley, Head Basketball Coach and Athletic Director at Arkansas Baptist College, wears many hats, but the most significant pertains to meeting the needs of his young athletes.

THV11 in Your Town feature: Batesville

THV11 in Your Town feature: Batesville

BATESVILLE, Ark. (KTHV) – I’m not going to lie. I think I chose Batesville for this trip just because I wanted to visit my old home again and see how much it has changed since I graduated from Lyon.

I could immediately see several changes as I drove in from Highway 167. Southside seems to have blossomed quickly into a busy area; Colton’s has moved to the old Bonanza site, my beloved Quizno’s/”secret” study place has shut down, and a Walgreen’s now sits where the old gas station and Baskin Robbins once stood. Things were even changing on campus and in the downtown area.

LYON COLLEGE

The biggest change at Lyon so far is the new Edwards Commons building. The original building was destroyed by fire in 2010, but a new 44,000 square-foot building has risen in its place, housing a campus store, mailboxes, a dining area and bistro, and the student life center.

My Town Hero: Little Rock firefighters save Good Samaritan

My Town Hero: Little Rock firefighters save Good Samaritan

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - Each week for My Town Hero we highlight people in central Arkansas who have gone above and beyond in their community. We introduce you to multiple heroes right here in Little Rock as we share an amazing story of survival, friendship and heroism.

When the fire alarm goes off, firefighters drop everything and race to an emergency. But, it typically ends there. They'll likely never meet the person they've saved. Chirie Bazzelle was adamant about meeting the men she knows saved her life.

"They're my heroes, my angels. I truly believe they're my angels,” she told THV11.

See Disney’s “Frozen” at free movie night in Spring Park

See Disney’s “Frozen” at free movie night in Spring Park

Southern Bank and Main Street Searcy invite you to see Disney’s animated hit “Frozen” in Spring Park at dusk on Saturday, June 14.

Free admission into Spring Park begins at 7:30 p.m. next Saturday, June 14, and the sing-along movie version of “Frozen” will begin at dusk-around 8:00 p.m.  This is a free family movie night provided by Southern Bank with the cooperation of the Main Street Searcy program.  Each movie-goer will receive one bag of popcorn and drink compliments of Southern Bank; candy, Main Street Searcy t-shirts, glow necklaces and bracelets will be available for purchase.  All proceeds will benefit Main Street Searcy’s downtown revitalization efforts.

Give blood with the American Red Cross and help maintain the summer blood supply

Give blood with the American Red Cross  and help maintain the summer blood supply

UNDATED (June 3, 2014) — The American Red Cross encourages eligible blood donors to make and keep donation appointments to maintain the summer blood supply and help prevent a shortage. Donors of all blood types are currently needed, especially those with type O negative, B negative and A negative.

While the need for blood remains constant during the summer, donations drop. Between June and August, on average, two fewer donors give blood at each Red Cross blood drive than what hospitals need. This seasonal decline could be overcome if just two additional donors – above what is expected – give blood at each Red Cross blood drive this summer.