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Today In History

Today is Wednesday, Sept. 28, the 272nd day of 2016. There are 94 days left in the year.
Today's Highlight in History:
On Sept. 28, 1066, William the Conqueror invaded England to claim the English throne.
On this date:
In 1542, Portuguese navigator Juan Rodrigu ... « more »



Door-to-door Homecoming


Erik Wright / Daily Press
Pictured from left are judges Jeremy Biggs, executive director of Mission Outreach of Northeast Arkansas; Sgt. Detective Rhonda Thomas of the Paragould Police Department, and Josh Honeycutt, Paragould School District board member. Also pictured is Honeycutt's son, John David Honeycutt.

By Erik Wright
ewright@paragoulddailypress.com
Paragould community members helped to judge student-decorated doors throughout Paragould High School on Wednesday morning as part of the school's Homecoming Week.
The judges evaluated 10 doors throughout the school

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Eagles drop 5A-East opener to Forrest City


Mike McKinney / Daily Press
GCT's Cameron Harrison hauls in a touchdown pass against Forrest City in the first half of Friday's conference opener at Eagle Stadium. Forrest City won 46-7.

Daily Press staff
The Forrest City Mustangs pounded Greene County Tech in the second half on Friday night to cruise to 1-0 in conference play.
After holding an 18-7 lead at the half, the Mustangs scored 28 unanswered in the final two quarters to win 46-7.

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Paragould pride


Erik Wright / Daily Press
Students at Oak Grove Elementary School cheered on the Paragould Pride Band, cheerleaders, football players, dancers and more at an outdoor pep rally on Wednesday morning. The event was part of Paragould School District's on-going efforts to boost school spirit for Homecoming on Friday. Students pictured include: Carson Maynard (center, in blue shirt), Lyvee Hunter, and Terrance Hill, all third-graders at Oak Grove Elementary. 

10 minutes to clean!

Help, Heloise!: My friends often call to announce that they are popping over in 10 MINUTES. What are the biggest areas to focus on so they'll be in at least a somewhat-ordered apartment? I don't have time for a deep cleaning; I'm just going for the illusion of tidi . . . more »