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Alice Crow – Massage Therapist

Alice Crow – Massage Therapist

Alice Crow, self-contracted through Meraki Hair Studio specializes in everything from Swedish massages to ear candling. Alice’s core goal is to make every client feel comfortable. “I love being able to help others,” Alice says. “I guess kind of my motto has been to treat others the way that you would want to be treated […]

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February 1, 2019 | By More
Kindred at Home

Kindred at Home

Kindred at Home is a national organization with a local office located on Main Street in Russellville. They offer expert home health, hospice and community care to Russellville and the surrounding areas. A core goal of their outreach is to reduce unplanned hospital visits and to assist area residents in maintaining their independence. With 13 […]

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Dog Ear Books

Dog Ear Books

Dog Ear books first opened its doors in November of 2016. Since then the downtown bookstore has grown exponentially. Walking into the brightly lit store at the the corner of Main and Commerce in Russellville, you’ll find a large selection of new books in all genres along with an ample used book section. You’ll also […]

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Saint Mary’s Regional Health System

Saint Mary’s Regional Health System

Founded in 1925 and located at 1808 West Main in Russellville, Saint Mary’s Regional Health System serves the River Valley community with a 170 bed full-service hospital offering a range of medical services and quality care with 77 active physicians and 43 consulting physicians. Other facets of Saint Mary’s Regional Health System include the Millard […]

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A Beautiful Mess

A Beautiful Mess

A Beautiful Mess is an eclectic vendor market located in downtown Russellville at 200 North Arkansas Avenue. The 10,00 square feet building is rented out to vendors who sell one-of-a-kind wares in their individualized spaces. The business opened in the fall of last year and has grown to serve the community through a large diversity […]

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Trinity Home Health of Arkansas

Trinity Home Health of Arkansas

Trinity Home Health of Arkansas is a locally owned and operated Medicare-certified home health agency serving the greater Russellville and Hot Springs areas. Trinity operates within 50 miles of each of these base locations. Tiffany Cowell, Trinity River Valley clinical liaison, says Trinity’s cohesive effort is what sets their services apart. “We work with the […]

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Johnson Regional Medical Center

Johnson Regional Medical Center

Johnson Regional Medical Center is locally owned and operated and has been serving Johnson, Logon, Franklin and Pope Counties since 1922. Michael Dorsey, CEO of JRMC, says that the services offered at JRMC are “tailored to the needs of the community. We have a strong primary care base of local physicians supported by a group […]

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Brookdale – Senior Living Solutions

Brookdale – Senior Living Solutions

Brookdale Russellville is a unique assisted living community serving the River Valley and is part of a national network of Brookdale facilities around the nation. Opened in 1996 and located near Saint Mary’s Regional Medical Center, the Veterans VA Clinic, Millard-Henry Clinic, and Russellville Family Clinic, the facility offers 80 apartments including one and two […]

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June 1, 2018 | By More
Luxury Pool and Spas

Luxury Pool and Spas

Jeremy Lawson, co-owner of Luxury Pools and Spas, grew up in the pool business. He says his grandfather first started selling pools decades ago when there was only one rectangular option. His family founded Luxury Pools and Spas back in 1976. With his father at the helm and he and his brother Shane grew up […]

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May 1, 2018 | By More
Central Beekeepers Supply

Central Beekeepers Supply

John Smith, owner of Central Arkansas Beekeepers Supply in Russellville, first learned bee keeping from his father when he was a young boy. “My dad would extract honey from wild bees,” he explains. “Later he turned to keeping them in captivity. World War II was the only time he didn’t keep them,” John adds. John […]

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