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Newport Independent - Newport, AR
Updated at 9:46 AM

When I spotted a pair of towering heels in a store window, I instantly fell in love. They were the perfect partner for a dress I had just gotten and I knew, despite the height of the heel, that I had to have them. Upon further investigation I found out they only had them in a size that was one size smaller than my feet. Of course, the combined disaster of the size of the shoe and the height should have set off alarm bells that told me to just walk away from the shoe. But I couldn’t. They were...

Posted at 9:30 AM

Husband-and-wife team Chip and Joanna Gaines invite us into their latest project, a 100-year-old Texas farmhouse. Check these simple tips to make your house look stellar.

Updated at 9:28 AM

As part of the Farm Bureau "Ag in the Classroom", Ms. Carey Robertson of CWC Farms visited Mrs. Denise Haigwood's Kindergarten (NES) and Ms. Amanda Reeves Kindergarten (THS) to allow the students to witness the hatching of ducks.

Updated at 9:22 AM

Nate Beeler cartoon on Ohio Govenor John Kasich’s State of the State address.

Updated at 9:12 AM

Two Arkansas State University-Newport Practical Nursing students brought home trophies from the Arkansas Practical Nurses Association Skills Competition

Posted at 9:00 AM

Making reservations, now there is an app, well a few apps for that. Here's a quick rundown of dining out tech.

Posted at 8:45 AM

Maybe it was his California upbringing. Perhaps it was his bent for seeing a joke in just about anything. For whatever reason, when Alaska transplant John Suter saw a miniature poodle eagerly running to keep up with his snowmobile, an improbable...

Updated at 8:17 AM

Donald Trump's presidential campaign unleashed a furious statement Tuesday night after Ted Cruz easily defeated Trump in the Wisconsin primary.

Posted at 8:00 AM

We hear a lot about the hazards of digital technology. But there are thousands of apps that can help you get things done more efficiently and effectively. Read on for the full list of productivity boosters.

Posted at 8:00 AM

A few minutes on Google confirmed that the bull's-eye rash was a clear sign of Lyme disease. I read that antibiotics, administered early, could zap the corkscrew-shaped bacteria and prevent their wreaking long-term havoc on a person's brain, muscles...

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