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February 21, 2017

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EAST announces award finalists

Environmental and Spatial Technology Inc., an educational nonprofit organization that promotes service learning through students' applied use of sophisticated technology, has named five schools as finalists for the organization's 2017 Timothy R. Stephenson Founder's Award.

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Homecoming queen

Megan Sliger, left, was named the queen of Lake Hamilton High School's basketball homecoming Feb. 3 when the Wolves hosted the Magnolia Panthers. She was escorted by Larenz Nero. The ceremony began with a Mardi Gras-style parade followed by the presentation of the court.

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Going to Disney World

Fountain Lake Charter High School student Carson Tillery recently placed second in Woodworking, a Visual Arts competition, in the 74th annual Arkansas Senior Beta Convention at the Hot Springs Convention Center. Tillery qualified to compete in the National Senior Beta Convention this summer at the Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin Resort in Orlando, Fla. Fountain Lake students entered various academic, art and talent events.

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CMS Y.E.S.

Cutter Morning Star Elementary School students Jacob Hardin, left, and Kyndal Fox earned two awards for their presentation in the 2017 Youth Entrepreneur Showcase for Arkansas Expo Day Jan. 27 on the third level of the Park Plaza mall in Little Rock.

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HSU professor leads lunch, lecture

Henderson State University biology professor James Engman was the featured speaker for the National Park College Math and Science Division's inaugural First Friday Lunch and Lecture program.

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