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Crane, Blackett announce engagement

Mr. and Mrs. Larry and Paula Crane of White Hall announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Makeda Shardae Crane, to Theodore Carl Blackett, the son of Mrs. Theodora James and Mr. Callixtus Hilary Blackett, Sr., both of Brooklyn, New York.

Lacey Stover to wed Tyler Cox

Jeff and Theresa Stover of Sheridan announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Lacey Nicole Stover, to Tyler Jay Cox, son of Steve and Donna Cox of White Hall. The prospective bride is a graduate of Sheridan High School and attended Arkansas Tech University. She is employed at Hunter’s Animal Hospital in White Hall. The prospective groom is a graduate of White Hall High School and a graduate of Arkansas Tech University. He is employed by Union Pacific Railroad.

AETN premieres statewide arts documentary Sept. 13

CONWAY — "LOUPE," the broadcast portion of the Arkansas Educational Television Network's (AETN) statewide arts initiative of the same name, will premiere Friday, Sept. 13, at 9 p.m. LOUPE magnifies Arkansas artists, arts organizations and art events through the one-hour broadcast, as well as an interactive companion website, aetn.org/loupe .

Hanging around the house going batty

Our friend has disappeared. He didn't stay long, much to the relief of Hubby. I didn't think he was much of a threat, but Hubby was worried he might be carrying rabies or some other horrible disease. Considering I wasn't going to get close enough for him to bite, I wasn't worried about our guest's health record.

AETN launches statewide arts initiative

CONWAY — The Arkansas Educational Television Network (AETN) has launched LOUPE, a statewide initiative magnifying Arkansas artists, arts organizations and art events. The initiative includes the one-hour broadcast of "LOUPE" Friday, Sept. 13, at 9 p.m., as well as the interactive LOUPE website, aetn.org/ The LOUPE initiative is intended to build an arts and culture collection by curating a gallery of information, visuals and events from across Arkansas. The initiative will also feature new stories about the arts in Arkansas, in addition to revisiting classic features from the AETN archives. The LOUPE broadcast special will share these video segments on-air, while a variety of special "artisodes" will be presented alongside articles, events and educational resources on aetn.org/loupe, an engaging aggregate website highlighting various topics related to arts and culture in Arkansas.