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  • Tuesday Oct 21 | via NOLA.com 

    Lee Rene Frazier, Charity Hospital's first African-A...

    Lee Rene Frazier, a former state legislator who was the first African-American director of Charity Hospital , died Thursday at his home in Little Rock, Ark. He was 68. Gov. Edwin Edwards appointed Mr. Frazier to the top Charity job when he was only 24, making him the youngest person to hold the position.

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  • Tuesday Oct 21 | via MainStreetNews.com 

    'Jerry' Foster

    Gerald "Jerry" H. Foster, 67, went to be with the Lord on Sunday, October 19, 2014. He was born December 31, 1946, in Athens, the son of the late Charles Albert Foster Jr. and Lillian Frances Haynie Foster.

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  • Monday Oct 20 | via RecordNET 

    Ellen Jean Kroger

    Preceding her in death were her husband Dale Kroger. Ellen is survived by her siblings Rita Dosier, Jim Ewart, her ex-husband, John Teem Sr. and their children, John Teem Jr. from Little Rock, AR, Steven Teem Sr. from 15 grandchildren and numerous great grandchildren.

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  • Sunday Oct 19 | via The Arizona Republic 

    Police say 2 shot to death in Little Rock

    Little Rock police say investigators are looking into the possibility that the deaths of two people in separate shootings were related. Police say 2 shot to death in Little Rock Little Rock police say investigators are looking into the possibility that the deaths of two people in separate shootings were related.

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  • Wednesday Oct 15 | via KATV Little Rock 

    Three homicides in less than 48 hours

    Three people were killed in less than 48 hours in Little Rock during the weekend. "It's a very sad weekend for the city," said Lt.

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  • Monday Oct 13 | via ArkansasBusiness.com 

    Arkansas Cartoonist Jon Kennedy Dies at 96

    Jon B. Kennedy of North Little Rock, a former editorial cartoonist at the Arkansas Democrat and Arkansas Business, died Friday.

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  • Thursday Oct 2 | via The Wichita Eagle 

    2005: Playing with pain

    They voted to play, because to quit meant quitting on their dead and injured teammates. To quit meant giving in to the days of sadness and tears and funerals.

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  • Tuesday Sep 30 | via Log Cabin Democrat 

    'Pink House' couple's documentary aired at UCA

    UCA held a screening of the now-nearly-decade-old documentary "Pink Houses" on Monday as part of LGBT History Month. The subjects of the documentary, John Schenck and Robert Loyd, live in the pink-colored house at the corner of Robinson and Center streets - as most in Conway know.

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  • Monday Sep 29 | via Log Cabin Democrat 

    'Pink House' couple's documentary aired at UCA

    UCA held a screening of the now-nearly-decade-old documentary "Pink Houses" on Monday as part of LGBT History Month. The subjects of the documentary, John Schenck and Robert Loyd, live in the pink-colored house at the corner of Robinson and Center streets - as most in Conway know.

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  • Sunday Sep 28 | via Herald-Citizen 

    Ann Gehlmann

    Memorial services for Ann Fakes Gehlmann, 79, at 11 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 25, at Second Presbyterian Church in Nashville. Following the service, a celebration of her life will take place at the home of Carole Kenner, 1901 Cedar Lane in Nashville. 1 comment

  • Friday Sep 26 | via The Janesville Gazette 

    Claire Adele

    Claire Adele Damrow, age 90, of Janesville, went home to her heavenly Father on Tuesday, Sept. 23, 2014, after living graciously through her journey with Alzheimer's.

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  • Wednesday Sep 24 | via Dayton Daily News 

    KIMBROUGH, Allen Page

    News Death Notice KIMBROUGH, Allen Page Born March 13, 1960 was one of four sons of the late Wilson W. Kimbrough Jr. and Aileen Page Kimbrough. After graduating from the Fayetteville Public School system, he graduated from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock with a Bachelor of Arts in English in 1983.

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