Central beat Van Buren 35 to 7. Central moves to 3 -1 overall and 1-0 in 7A/6A Central Conference. Largest Victory margin in 4 years.

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2013 MPACT Basketball Exposure Combine

Jan 15, 2013 • by Jamie Robertson • MPACT Sports Performance
This exposure combine is for high school boys grades 9th thur 12th. Our mission is to help players elevate their exposure. Exposure is the name of the game in recruiting. We will exposeyou and give the college coaches what they want and need. We will measure your skill level and al More

Bentonville Girls, LR Central Boys Repeat as State Champs

Oct 22, 2009 • Bentonville High School
It was business as usual at the Arkansas Class 7A State Tennis Tournament on Tuesday. The Bentonville girls won their fourth title in the last five years, and the Little Rock Central boys team won their 11th straight state championship. More

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School Notes: Hood to host 'Little Rock Nine' activist

Oct 14, 2014 • Frederick News Post (subscription)
Board of Education decision officially ended public school segregation, a federal court ordered Little Rock Central High School to comply. On Sept. 4, 1957, Arkansas' governor mobilized the state's National Guard to prevent nine African-American ... More

Tickets available for Asner appearance

Oct 29, 2014 • Greensburg Daily News
The final evening speaker is Dr. Terrence Roberts, a member of the famed “Little Rock Nine” who became the first African American students to attend Little Rock Central High School in Little Rock, Arkansas following desegregation. At the time, the ... More

Arkansas Democrat Mark Pryor: Desegregation an 'Unwilling Invasion'

Oct 21, 2014 • Washington Free Beacon
Arkansas has been invaded unwillingly twice. Once in reality and once figuratively,” wrote Pryor. “The Civil War provided the real invasion. The figurative invasion took place in 1957 at Little Rock Central High School. That event took a local problem ... More

'Little Rock' now playing at Trenton's Mill Hill Playhouse

Oct 3, 2014 • The Star-Ledger
In September, 1957, American newspapers screamed disturbing headlines like “Arkansas Defies Supreme Court Edict” “National Guard Blocks School Integration,” and “Gov. Faubus ... Maharaj calls his play a “docu-drama” and was inspired to write it after a ... More

Opposing View: SEC legend Bob Holt thinks the Hogs have a shot

Oct 16, 2014 • Atlanta Journal Constitution (blog)
The River Market District in downtown Little Rock is a lively area — along the scenic Arkansas River — with many restaurants and bars. It also is near the Clinton Presidential Library, one of the state's top tourist attractions. Little Rock Central ... More

Joe Johnson says mother cancer free

Oct 26, 2014 • ESPN (blog)
Diane Johnson, a single mother who raised her son in Little Rock, Arkansas, by working the graveyard shift as a nurse at a psychiatric ward, was diagnosed with multiple myeloma -- a rare form of cancer that affects the plasma cells in bone marrow -- in ... More

How Rock and Roll Killed Jim Crow

Oct 26, 2014 • Daily Beast
When Governor Orville Faubus used the Arkansas National Guard to block the desegregation of Little Rock Central High School in 1957, he forced the previously silent Eisenhower to assert federal authority. Ike sent in the army, which would stay at ... More

Henderson Celebrates Constitution Day

Sep 30, 2014 • The Oracle
In order to participate in Constitution Day, Henderson brought in speaker James “Skip” Rutherford, Dean of the Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service to speak about the importance of the amendments of the constitution and their effect on Arkansas. More

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