All posts by Jillian McGehee

  • A guest appearance from “Elvis,” door prizes and an opportunity to be crowned king or queen – this is not your typical prom. Bryant’s first...

  • The last thing one might expect from someone living with stage IV cancer is for her to step out of her own inner fears and...

  • Lighting The Way

    Like the New Year, spring seems to be a popular time to make new resolutions and commit to change to our lives. You may find...

  • Secured In Style

    Many businesses and homes have them, but like a lot of fixtures we have come to know through familiarity over the centuries, fences may be...

  • Boasting economic growth and attracting new residents, Saline County provides a quality place for development and everyday life. As Gary James, president and CEO of...

  • Jerry Ponder

    Jerry Ponder chose Benton as home for his family 17 years ago. He delved into the community and has served as an alderman for 12...

  • Allen Scott

    With just four years to go until he reaches teacher retirement, Allen Scott says that running for mayor now is worth the risk. Scott has...

  • Terry Benham

    Terry Benham prides himself in his entrepreneurial leadership. What started with a $2,500 loan out of high school, turned into a multi-million-dollar business. He hopes...

  • Zac Wallace: Taking the Lead and Running With It

    As the Benton Panthers take on the Bryant Hornets for one of the most anticipated high school football games in the state (if not the...

  • Laura Wooten: The Last Dance

    For 28 years, Laura Wooten has felt at home with her dance girls, coaching them to victory; but more importantly, she has made positive lasting...