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Staton Graduates Harding University College of Pharmacy

Staton Graduates Harding University College of Pharmacy

  Abby Staton graduated from Harding University College of Pharmacy Saturday, May 11. The graduates from the Health and Sciences Programs, including 54 students from the College of Pharmacy, were…

UAM To Host Freshman Preregistration Sessions June 17-18 and New Transfer Pre-Registration on June 19

The University of Arkansas at Monticello will hold two preregistration sessions for incoming freshmen June 17 and 18, according to Mary Whiting, director of admissions. The June 17 session begins…

SCHOOL CHOICE DEADLINE JUNE 1

Parents who want their children to attend school in the DeWitt School District in the 2013-2014 school year have until June 1, 2013, to take advantage of the Arkansas School…

Dalton Cox Invited to Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society

PCCUA student Dalton Cox was invited to join the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society based on the number of hours he has completed and his outstanding GPA. This special honor…

DES Kinder Olympics

DeWitt Elementary School hosted the Kinder Olympics Thursday, May 9. It was a day of fun for the kindergarteners, teachers, families and friends. It was themed “A Day on the…

AHPP EDUCATION COORDINATOR TO PRESENT PROGRAM AT DEWITTSCHOOL

Shelle Stormoe, education coordinator for theArkansas Historic Preservation Program, will make presentations on historicpreservation to students at DeWitt Middle School in DeWitt on May 17,AHPP Director Frances McSwain announced today.Stormoe…

DHS Senior, Bethani Hoelzeman, First Runner Up in Arkansas DAR Good Citizen Contest

DHS Senior, Bethani Hoelzeman, First Runner Up in Arkansas DAR Good Citizen Contest

Bethani Hoelzeman is first runner up in the Arkansas DAR Good Citizen contest. There are 44 chapters in Arkansas. Hoelzeman had to write an essay in the counselor’s office with…

Retiring PCCUA Vice Chancellor to Address 2013 PCCUA Graduates

Retiring PCCUA Vice Chancellor to Address 2013 PCCUA Graduates

Lynn Boone, retiring vice chancellor for student services/registrar at Phillips Community College of the University of Arkansas, will deliver this year’s commencement address to the graduates of Phillips Community College…

Distance Learning Students Receive ASPA Journalism Honors

Distance Learning Students Receive ASPA Journalism Honors

Students enrolled in Journalism I via distance learning with the Arkansas Department of Education Distance Learning Center in Maumelle, received numerous mail-in contest awards last Thursday and Friday at the…

Where Did Our Taste Buds Go? Specific School Food Rules Make Food Tasteless

By Shelby Bueker, staff writer for the Dragon Daily, DeWitt High School, recently awarded superior by Arkansas Scholastic Press Association for the following article.   “Rose, when are we having…