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Ruling: Faulkner County Judge Can Remain on Ballot

Ruling: Faulkner County Judge Can Remain on Ballot

Another Arkansas judge has been ruled eligible for office after his candidacy was challenged because of a temporary license suspension... Read More

Ruling: Faulkner judge can remain on ballot


CONWAY, Ark. (AP) - Another Arkansas judge has been ruled eligible for office after his candidacy was challenged because of a temporary license suspension.

Pulaski County Circuit Judge Wendell Griffen ruled Tuesday that Circuit Judge H.G. Foster is eligible for the ballot. Foster's candidacy had been challenged because his license was temporarily suspended because of late payment of annual dues.

State law says a person must be a licensed attorney for six years to be eligible for a judgeship.

Similar rulings have been made in favor of judicial candidate Angela Byrd and Pulaski County Circuit Judge Tim Fox.

Doralee Chandler, who is running against Foster, filed the challenge. Chandler tells the Log Cabin Democrat that she hasn't yet decided whether to appeal Griffen's ruling.

'Heroes for Hope' 5K in Conway


LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) – We inducted new heroes to our THV Hero Central Wednesday morning.

The Children's Advocacy Alliance of Conway helps children before and during adoption through the services it provides to them, as well as through the assistance it provides to the Division of Children and Family Services and court system. The alliance is a joint venture with Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) to work together to advocate in the child's best interest during this whole process, through the initial investigation, court case, services and DHS case.

The alliance is holding its annual Heroes for Hope 5K & 10K and kid's Superhero 1K on Saturday, April 19. It is one of the important fundraisers our nonprofit agency uses to raise the money needed to keep our doors open to provide the many services to abused children in central Arkansas.

Hammock Farm allows students to enjoy outdoors at CBC


CONWAY, Ark. (KTHV) -- New this week to the Central Baptist College's campus and gaining lots of attention from students is the CBC Hammock Farm.

Constructed over the past few weeks by the CBC Maintenance crew, the Farm allows for nine hammocks to be hung at one time. Students can bring their own or rent hammocks from the Student Services department.

With the great weather expected today and this weekend, you can expect many students to be out enjoying the outdoors. The Hammock Farm is bringing lots of attention from current students and potential recruits, as many have not seen anything like it on a college campus.

Pictured is CBC President Terry Kimbrow trying out one of the Hammocks.


Hendrix Wind Ensemble Presents “An Evening in the Park”

Hendrix Wind Ensemble Presents “An Evening in the Park”

Spring 2014 concert set for April 21 at 5:30 p.m. on campus... Read More

AETN announces Greenbrier teacher selected for 2014 PBS LearningMedia Digital Innovators Program

AETN announces Greenbrier teacher selected for 2014 PBS LearningMedia Digital Innovators Program

CONWAY, Ark. (AETN) — The Arkansas Educational Television Network (AETN) has announced that Sarah Jerry of Greenbrier Eastside Elementary School is one of the 100 educators selected for the 2014 PBS LearningMedia Digital Innovators program. The program rewards tech-savvy K-12 educators from across the country who are serving as leaders in the education technology space and incorporating digital media in classrooms to promote student engagement and achievement with year-long, hands-on and virtual professional development opportunities.

“AETN is proud to recognize Sarah Jerry for her dedication to truly changing the way students learn through technology and digital media,” AETN Director of Education Bryan Fields said. “We are honored to provide educators with one-of-a-kind resources, tools and trainings that will further enhance their skills and enable them to share these skills with other educators in Arkansas.”

Events at Lake Dardanelle in May

Events at Lake Dardanelle in May

Lake Cruise –Explore the wonders of Lake Dardanelle and the Arkansas River aboard the state park tour boat.  Enjoy abundant wildlife, amazing history, and astounding views of the river valley throughout this 1 hour cruise.  There is no fee for the tour, but space is limited.  You must register for the tour. Call 479-967-5516 to register for a seat. We will begin boarding 15 minutes before the tour, at the boat dock near the south boat ramp.  (Weather permitting)

Tuesdays & Saturdays at 1:30p.m. – What’s for Lunch? –We have 8,000 gallons of aquariums, filled with many of the fish species found in Lake Dardanelle. Join park staff in the visitor center as they feed the fish live food. See for yourself, what’s for lunch?