Olympic silver medalist honored at shooting clinic

Olympic silver medalist honored at shooting clinic

JACKSONVILLE — The 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo may be over, but Arkansas’s own Kayle Browning is still making an impact in her home state. The Greenbrier native who took a silver medal in international trapshooting was honored at a special ceremony today at the Arkansas Game and Fish Foundation Jacksonville Shooting Sports Complex and…

Weekly Column from the Arkansas House of Representatives 8-27-21

Weekly Column from the Arkansas House of Representatives 8-27-21

This week, the Arkansas Legislative Council Higher Education Subcommittee reviewed details of a new program designed to benefit Arkansans who have been economically impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. The Reimagine Arkansas Workforce Project provides funding for qualifying individuals to complete online training at no cost in order to meet workforce needs across the state. The…

Coach Bo Hembree speaks to Warren Rotary ahead of the 2021 Lumberjack Football season

Coach Bo Hembree speaks to Warren Rotary ahead of the 2021 Lumberjack Football season

Warren Head Football Coach Bo Hembree was the speaker for the Warren Rotary Club Tuesday, August 24. The Club meets in the fellowship hall of the First United Methodist Church, located on Church Street in Warren. Coach Hembree was the guest of Rotarian Bob Milton. Coach Hembree has spoken to the Rotary Club preceding the…

Lee Julius Domineck, 1956-2021

Lee Julius Domineck, 1956-2021

Lee Julius Domineck, 65, of Warren, died August 18, 2021.  Born January 30, 1956, he was a son of L.E. Quince and Cleora Domineck.  He attended New Edinburg and Kingsland School Districts, graduating from Kingsland High School.  After graduation he worked in the Fordyce area before moving to Las Vegas, Nevada.  He returned to Arkansas…