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Archives for December 2011
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The Business and Professional Women 2011 Banquet held at Big Creek Golf and Country Club, and the BPW Networking Event held at Raimondo Family Winery.
Bridge Bash 2011 was held September 24 on the historic Rainbow Arch Bridge in Cotter, AR to raise awareness of hunger and to raise money for hunger relief in north central Arkansas.
Emily Harmon married Chris Lawrenz in Mountain Home on October 15, 2011. Photographed by Life as a Photo and coordinated by Weddings, Events & More.
By Advanced Nurse Practitioner Corinne Hiser The new year is a good time to think about your annual exam. Here are some important tips to consider before you go to your appointment. Regular health exams enable your health care provider to assess and evaluate the status of your health. How do you look? How do Read More
Story by Deb Peterson | Photographed by LC Creative Productions I’ve been singing “What Are You Doing New Year’s Eve” ever since I popped Annette Bailey’s new CD, “Home for the Holidays in Tennessee,” into my car stereo. The song is a little quirky, which is why it’s still playing in my head when I Read More
Recipes by Estella Tullgren and Linda Duren | Photographed by Deb Peterson Thanksgiving—Christmas—New Year’s…what a grand time of year! One thing we all do, I’m sure, is pull out those favorite family recipes. One of my favorite foodie friends, Linda K. Duren, and I had the opportunity to do a little cooking together recently at Read More
Story by Kelley Nosari | Photographed by John Blair Stretching is good for you, and it feels great, too! Flexibility is a key component in fitness and good health. Performing a stretching routine on a regular basis is taking a step to make a better you! As you age, your muscles tighten and the range Read More