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See Season Seven Finale Show of Tales From the South

See Season Seven Finale Show of Tales From the South

Don't miss Tales From the South; Dinner and a Show, Tuesday, December 18. Enjoy a fantastic dinner and be part of the live audience for Internationally-syndicated radio show "Tales from the South," where Southerners bring their own true stories to life. Next week's show is the Season Seven Finale Show with live blues music by guitarist Mark Simpson. For tickets or more information go to www.talesfromthesouth.com

Check Out Great Ideas For Shopping Local

Check Out Great Ideas For Shopping Local

Ideas for shopping local in Argenta: Arkansas Holiday gift baskets from Argenta Market filled with local products www.argentamarket.com, buy a bead party or class at Argenta Bead Company www.argentabead.com, a gift card for a delicious dinner at Ristorante Capeo www.capeo.us, or an I Love Argenta T-shirt at the Argenta Art Foundation office, call 501-993-1234.

"Paradise Lost" Screen at Argenta Community Theater

"Paradise Lost" Screen at Argenta Community Theater

Argenta Film Series presents "Paradise Lost" Wednesday, December 12 at 7pm at Argenta Community Theater. Special guests include Jason Baldwin, Joe Berlinger and Mara Leveritt.

"Paradise Lost" is a documentary based on the horrific triple child murder which leads to an indictment and trial of three nonconformist boys based on questionable evidence. 

Loud noises expected Wednesday near Camp Robinson

NORTH LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - People in and around North Little Rock will likely hear unusual sounds in the area on Wednesday. Soldiers from around the nation are attending a training exercise, which is using mortar live fire exercises as part of the program.

The Arkansas National Guard said the artillery fire will likely be heard outside of Camp Robinson, where the training is taking place.

The exercise is expected to be finished by 4 p.m. There should be no threat to the community during this time.

Farm Bureau Awards honors top football athletes and coaches

NORTH LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (Hootens) -- The state's top high school players and coaches will be honored tonight (Dec. 10) at the Farm Bureau Awards presented by Hooten's Arkansas Football.

The Farm Bureau Awards are scheduled to air live at 7:45 tonight on THV2 and www.THV2.com.

The Farm Bureau Awards honor Arkansas' top offensive player, defensive player and coach of the year for each classification. The veteran staff at Hooten's Arkansas Football selects three finalists for each category, and those 45 finalists and their families are invited to attend the Farm Bureau Awards Dec. 10 in North Little Rock.

Farm Bureau vice president-general manager Duff Wallace said, "These 45 finalists represent some of the best coaches and student-athletes in our state. Farm Bureau is proud to honor excellence as the title sponsor of this outstanding event."

NLR West Campus presents 'A Christmas Carol'

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) -- North Little Rock West Campus Speech and Drama Department is proud to be teaming up with the Open Arms Shelter to present the holiday musical classic, "A Christmas Carol". A portion of the proceeds will go to help folks who live and work with Open Arms.

Here's more on the production from a press release:

"In A Christmas Carol, Scrooge learns the importance of giving and caring for our fellow men. We, at the Speech and Drama department, are taking this to heart in a number of wonderful ways through this production. We are feverishly knitting scarves, hats, and mittens for our set dressing that will in turn be donated to the Arkansas Children's Hospital.

"We are asking audience members to donate canned goods and non-perishable items to assist the Gardner Food Pantry of North Little Rock. And as previously stated, we are donating a portion of our proceeds to the Open Arms Shelter.

Take the plunge for Special Olympics

NORTH LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (Dec. 8, 2012) -- Today is the 14th Annual Polar Bear Plunge at Lakewood Lake #3.

This is a great event to support the Special Olympics of Arkansas by raising money.

The event is today, Dec. 8 with registration beginning at 11 a.m. and the plunge at noon.

Special Olympics of Arkansas depends on donations and sponsorships to be able to provide year-round events to their athletes free of charge.