• HRA celebrates

    Health Resources of Arkansas celebrated its 40th anniversary Friday by honoring its founder, the late Bill Huddleston, who started the private, nonprofit organization as North Arkansas Human Services System Inc.
    One highlight was the unveiling of a large portrait of Huddleston, by artist Kim Hinkle. The painting will hang in the organization’s headquarters on Gap Road.
    Also announced were two scholarships in Huddleston’s name and plans for an annual Bill Huddleston Golf Tournament.

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  • HRA celebrates

    Health Resources of Arkansas celebrated its 40th anniversary Friday by honoring its founder, the late Bill Huddleston, who started the private, nonprofit organization as North Arkansas Human Services System Inc.
    One highlight was the unveiling of a large portrait of Huddleston, by artist Kim Hinkle. The painting will hang in the organization’s headquarters on Gap Road.
    Also announced were two scholarships in Huddleston’s name and plans for an annual Bill Huddleston Golf Tournament.

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  • Shane Sturdivant wins

    Shane Sturdivant was as surprised as anyone else when he heard his named called as the winner of the first White River’s Got Talent competition.
    Friday night at Riverside Park, 10 acts competed for the grand prize of $1,000. The competition was held in conjunction with the 66th annual White River Water Carnival in Batesville.
    Sturdivant sang Simon and Garfunkel’s “Bridge Over Troubled Water.” He said he planned to use the money to help pay for school.
    He said he was “very much” surprised when he was selected the winner.

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