All posts by Jillian McGehee

  • Habitat for Humanity/Habitat ReStore

    Perhaps no other two businesses go hand-in-hand like the homebuilding organization Habitat for Humanity and its corresponding Habitat ReStore. Both are dedicated to offering people...

  • A One Stop Baby Shop

    A refashioned children’s boutique, formerly known as Lillian Trails, hopes to give downtown Benton shoppers a shop worth throwing a fit over. Accordingly named “Tantrums,”...

  • Merry & Bright

    An Arkansas jewelry destination thrives on its three-generation legacy. Baker’s Fine Jewelry in Bryant has built a reputation as the spot for bridal jewelry and...

  • Let’s Taco Bout It

    Things seem to come full circle in life. That may sound cliché, but it certainly applies to Benton’s Baja Grill. The Cali Mex-inspired eatery that...

  • Finding Consistency in Change

    This coming football season is unlike any other before it. It is a first for all, as we navigate our jobs, school, and sports during...

  • The COVID-19 pandemic is unlike anything many of us have ever encountered. Our lives changed within weeks, days even, as schools, businesses, churches and pretty...

  • Early intervention is a phrase we often hear regarding many subjects, especially in matters of health. Dentistry, and especially children’s dentistry, is no different. Saline...

  • Medic Pharmacy’s family-owned charm, established long ago, continues today with relatively new owners Bryant and Claire Sizemore. Founded by Pat and Janie Kauffman, the Bryant...

  • Care Today, Character Tomorrow

    Today’s women’s volunteer organizations are not the groups of our mothers and grandmothers. Organizations like the Junior Auxiliary of Saline County are made up of...

  • Making Old Fashioned Day New Again

    With the popular Third Thursday outing and up-and-coming businesses going strong, historic downtown Benton is hopping. It’s a place for citizens and business owners alike...