Growing up, I was a huge fan of John Wayne movies and as page after page from this book was shared I saw people I knew growing up in a new light. These were just ordinary folks, doing regular jobs, in an everyday city in rural Arkansas... but what this book reveals is that I was walking among some giants and didn't even know it. Let me share a few of these hometown heroes with you.
Once again, we’re back to school! Back to the hustle and bustle, homework, and all the fun activities that keep parents and kids busy.It’s also a time when more accidents may occur because of the uptick in traffic, the new routines, and some new drivers on the road during high traffic hours. Here are a few things you can keep top of mind as you’re developing your new back to school routine.
I spoke to the stars the other day — the stars of Hope and Hempstead County. I’m referring, of course, to the sterling students of Hope Academy of Public Service (HAPS), a new school in Hope teaching students 5-9th grade the value of serving their community.
Summer's been busy around the Law Firm Office. We're thankful for our amazing summer interns who are working hard an learning a lot about the law and how a law office works. Part of what I truly love about practicing law is giving back and mentoring the next generation of lawyers.
Our hearts go out to our friends and neighbors who are experiencing devastating loss. As an Arkansas injury attorney, safety is always on my mind because over the course of my career, I’ve seen so many people hurting many different scenarios. But, I’ve also seen that knowledge can greatly reduce injuries when faced with floods and other natural disasters.
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