A representative from Today’s Power, gave information to the quorum court about establishing a solar farm in the county. Today’s Power is a subsidiary of Arkansas Electric Cooperatives, Inc. and
Hampton High School Senior Tristen Peebles was awarded the Paul Eels Award on Wednesday. The Landers award ceremony aired on KATV Channel 7. “It was great,” said Peebles about being
A log truck driving down Highway 167 south of Thornton wrecked off the road on Wednesday afternoon. According to the driver, Eric Suttles of Little Rock, he was going around the curve at 55 miles per hour and his left trailer tires came off the ground. When Suttles slowed the vehicle down to get it under control, it slammed on the ground and he said gravity just took him. Suttles had a cut on his forehead from the accident but he did not have any other major injuries. Emergency services arrived at the scene to clean up area and tow the truck. Photos by Zach Killian
Tristen Peebles, a senior at Hampton High School and Bulldog football player, is the recipient of the Paul Eells Award during the Landers Award Ceremony on Wednesday. The ceremony aired on KATV Channel 7. Peebles was interviewed by KATV at the Hampton High School Gym. The award is given each year to an Arkansas high school football player who exhibits perseverance, determination, courage, and resolve in the face of adversity. The award is named after Paul Eells, who was a longtime voice of the Razorbacks and KATV sports director.
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Hampton Player Receives Paul Eells Award
State Representative Sonya Barker visited the Hampton School Board on Tuesday. The state of Arkansas designated January as “School Board Recogntion Month.”