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surveys and scrapbooks and sweethearts.

Oh hi.

So I’ve been working at the whole cleaning out thing, and no, it is not going any faster than it was. Anyway, I finally got some really big stuff cleaned up and put away and decided to finally begin on the scrapbook I’ve been intending to make for ages. 2,002 more words

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Locals compete at state decathlon/heptathlon

Several local athletes participated in the Arkansas state decathlon/heptathlon Wednesday and Thursday at Cabot High School.

Mountain Home sophomores Glen Sailor and Ben Eggensperger placed 57th and 65th, respectively, in the decathlon, earning 3,503 and 3,146 points, respectively. 78 more words


Watkins, Weeks lead after first day of decathlon/heptathlon

After the first of two days at the Arkansas state decathlon and heptathlon at Cabot High School, Hamburg’s Lorenzo Watkins and Cabot’s Lexi Weeks were in first place. 89 more words


beyond the breakfast pastry.

Guess who is definitely working at Danish!


So my summer looks like this:

-currently: trying to clean a good 6 years’ worth of bad teenage poetry out of my desk, helping with MH summer swim, and sleeping too much… 795 more words

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Lady Bombers suffer semifinal loss at Class 6A Tourney

SEARCY – Mountain Home was 19 minutes, 45 seconds away from a return trip to the Class 6A state finals after Ana Helmert scored her second goal of the second half to give the Lady Bombers a 2-0 lead against Siloam Springs on Saturday. 718 more words


MHHS ousted by Benton

Mountain Home’s Maly Tabor, right, gets ready to field the ball at third base as a Benton baserunner takes off during the Lady Bombers’ 10-0 loss to the Lady Panthers in the quarterfinals of the Class 6A State Softball Tournament on Friday at Marion. 85 more words


Lady Bombers semifinal-bound

SEARCY – The Mountain Home girls’ soccer team will get a shot at payback today in the Class 6A girls’ soccer semifinals.

The Lady Bombers posted another win Friday in the state tournament, defeating the 6A-South’s No. 479 more words