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Feature: Changing Futures One Face at a Time

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Dr. Daron Praetzel is one of those individuals who has been fortunate enough to marry his life’s passion to his life’s work. Photography by Ashlee Nobel and courtesy of Praetzel   oral and maxillofacial surgeon, Praetzel is a colonel in the Individual Mobilization Augmentee (IMA) Reserves of the U.S. Air Force. He served active duty for 13 years a[...]

Feature: Inspiring Women

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Talk to Stephanie Abernathy about her childhood, and it’s difficult to reconcile the tone of hope in her voice with the ugliness of her experiences. Photography by Cindy Momchilov   was just a girl when her grandfather — a pastor, former high school principal and a pillar of their Georgia community — began to abuse her sexually. She tried to t[...]

Feature: A Forgotten Population

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Photography by Beth Hall and Janet Warlick   The Facts of the Matter  for the most vulnerable members of our society, namely children, is a challenging task. The Children’s Bureau, an office of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Administration for Children and Families, “partners with federal, state, tribal and local agencies to im[...]

Feature: Practical Printing

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College of the Ouachitas opens largest print farm in the world and transforms lives. Photography by Sara Blancett Reeves   of brightly colored plastic filament slowly spun. The plastic melted and extruded in each of the three-dimensional, or 3-D, printers working away at the College of the Ouachitas (COTO) in Malvern, Arkansas. The filament also[...]

Feature: 2015–2016 Best Doctors®

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Choosing a healthcare professional can be overwhelming. Family and friends may give you conflicting opinions. The Best Doctors in America® list is an invaluable tool; it’s based on peer-to-peer reviews, and let’s face it: sometimes it takes one to know one. You’ll also find detailed profiles of several top physicians in the state in this section. Click to v[...]

Feature: Connecting Communities

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With its completion, northwest Arkansas’ Razorback Regional Greenway connects more than 100 miles of pedestrian and bike trails and links seven communities. Photographs courtesy of Northwest Arkansas Trails and Misty Murphy   the same time the Walton Arts Center in Fayetteville, Ark., welcomed its first patrons, forward-thinkers in northwest Arkan[...]

Feature: Hearts Healed Through Relay

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Dr. Jamie Byrne-McCollum has served a number of roles with the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life and is the campus advisor for a Little Rock chapter of a college-based relay event. She had no idea, however, that decades later she’d still be participating, and for deeply personal reasons. Photography by Sara Blancett Reeves   of the incredib[...]

Feature: Powerful Men 2015

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One word to describe this year’s class of Powerful Men: impactful. No matter the category, these men effect change in their communities and in many cases the entire state. Ingenuity, hard work and a drive to succeed have all played a part in their accomplishments, and we predict their efforts will endure for generations.     BUSINESS[...]