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S Lions fall to Saints but come back for two more wins

GRAVETTE -- Though the Lions fell to Shiloh Christian on Thursday, the Gravette team came back from behind for wins against Farmington on Friday and Huntsville on April 13. The Lions struck first against the visiting Saints when Jackson Soule' doubled in the first and was moved to third and then home by a Brady Rolsma sacrifice and a Cody Fields grounder to the third baseman. And, when the Saints took the lead in the top of the second, Soule' made it home again in the third to tie things up after getting on with a single to left. Continue Reading »

S Do you know the risen Jesus?

"Now by this we know that we know Him, if we keep His commandments. He who says, 'I know Him,' and does not keep His commandments, is a liar, and the truth is not in him. But whoever keeps His word, truly the love of God is perfected in him. By this we know that we are in Him. He who says he abides in Him ought himself also to walk just as He walked." 1 John 2:3-6 Continue Reading »

S Lady Lions win big against Huntsville

GRAVETTE -- The Lady Lions secured a huge win against Huntsville on April 14, with Lindsee LaBrecque leading her teammates with her bat and on the mound. Continue Reading »

S Gentry girls win two

GENTRY -- The Lady Pioneers lost to Prairie Grove last week but came back to pick up wins over Lincoln and Gravette. Continue Reading »

S Gentry fares well in home track meet

GENTRY -- The Gentry Pioneers took second in men's and fourth in women's events at the Pioneer Relays held in Gentry on April 16. Decatur finished sixth in men's and ninth in women's. Gravette finished ninth and seventh in the track and field events. Continue Reading »

S Hometown Events

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S Power-lifting team honored in Congress

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S Backyard Visitor

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S Springtown crippled by political feud

A number of aspects regarding the Springtown annexation issue and Springtown politics are troubling to me. One would think, in a town the size of Springtown, folks could at least get along and work together well enough to make their town a better place to live, but that doesn't seem to be the case. Looking from the outside, it appears there is such a fierce, ongoing political feud going on there that Springtown doesn't stand a chance of ever improving its lot and providing any improved benefits to its residents. Continue Reading »

S Board seeks input on school plans Which build project do patrons want? How much are patrons willing to pay?

GENTRY -- What do residents of the Gentry School District want? How much are they willing to pay? These are the two questions which school district patrons must decide, and soon, according to members of the Gentry School Board tasked with the decision of charting the course for the school district's future. Continue Reading »