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Sunday, February 22, 2015

Chamber Cuts Ribbon For El Rinconcito

The Hope /Hempstead County Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon - cutting Thursday February 19th for El Rinconcito. The new restaurant is owned and managed by Maria Juanes. It is located at 1100 North Hervey next to Hog Wash. The restaurant features authentic Mexican food and those attending enjoyed some wonderful food before going back to work
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Wednesday, February 18, 2015

UAMS Student Nurses At U of A Hope Sponsor Chamber Coffee

THE UAMS student nurses studying on the U of A/Hope campus hosted the Chamber Coffee on Wednesday February 18th.  Student Nurses Association President Kristina Franklin says the student nurses are very pleased they can study with UAMS on the U of A campus in Hope.  The students identified themselves the way their names are written on their badges.  Pictured is H. Williams, S. Bagley, S. Tullos, K. Franklin, A. Huskey, Instructor F. Hughes, B. Eudy, H. Rogers, J. Stuart, T. Jackson, T. Loe, S. Bean, T. McInnis, B. Addison, and G. Adams.

Tuesday, February 17, 2015

Hope Kiwanis Club Hears From Paul Henley On "Girl Scout Hut"

The Hope Kiwanis Club heard from Paul Henley of the Hope Parks Department on Tuesday February 17th.  Paul talked about the "Girl Scout Little House" in the Fair Park and how efforts are underway to obtain a grant to stabilize it and begin renovations to the structure.  The building was built by the WPA in 1934 and is one of only 3 such structures left in the U.S., the other two being in New York and Michigan.  The city board voted to apply for an Arkansas Historic Preservation Grant to begin renovations on the structure at their meeting Tuesday night.

Monday, February 16, 2015

Hope High Students Receive Microsoft Technology Associate Certification

Ten students in the Hope High Computer Engineering Technology Course at Hope High have received the Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) certification.  This is an introductory Microsoft certification for individuals considering a career in technology.  MTA certification addresses a wide spectrum of fundamental technical concepts, assesses and validates your core technical knowledge, and enhances technical credibility.  Instructor Dale Daughtery made the presentation to Nathan Philips, Holden Kennedy, Kedriel Green, Ernesto Delarosa, and John Aaron.  Also receiving the certifcation but not present were Zachary Gogell, James Easterling, Jordan Gulley, Gerardo Navarrete, and Matthew Tullos.