In the next few weeks parents are going to experience their first empty nest. I’ll never forget taking Whitney to Ouachita Baptist. She was so excited, and I was for her, but I was crying so hard I had to stop in the middle of the road on campus. Then President Andy Westmoreland pulled up […]
would you most hate to be stranded on a deserted island with? For me it would probably be Nick Saban. Can’t see him too willing to pick up firewood, cut trees to make a shelter or spear fishing.
The Hotel Seville in Harrison, just off the square, is a historic building with a great story and the hotel is nice, sort of like a small version of the Arlington in Hot Springs. The lobby is like out of the 1930’s with a spiraling staircase and tons of charm. The people who work there, […]
I’m going through Harrison, Ar., this Friday and am going to spend the night there instead of Branson. I have a reservation at the Hotel Seville which is on the National Registar of Historic Sites and am looking forward to the experience. Rule of thumb for me is usually Marriott properties, but for hotels with […]
Arkansas will hold its annual Razorback Football Kickoff Luncheon on Aug. 19 at noon. The event will be presented by Arkansas Blue Cross and Blue Shield and take place at the NWA Convention Center in Springdale. The luncheon will feature head coach Bret Bielema, Vice Chancellor and Director of Athletics Jeff Long and members […]
Staton Flurry, a respected horse owner from Hot Springs, like Leonard Fournette’s style so much he named a 3-year-old-colt after the LSU running back. Last Friday Brad Cox, equally respected trainer at many tracks including Oaklawn Park, ran him in a maiden race at Belmont Park and the 14-1 shot won by a nose. For […]