ADVANCING THE RUNNER: Lady Greyhound #5 Emily Pate lays down a bunt to advance the Salem runner on first base during their season opener on Friday, March 3 at home against the Highland Lady Rebels. The Lady ‘Hounds won, 15-4. See additional photos in this week’s edition of Pacesetting Times. Photo/C.Johnson


LETTERS OF INTENT: Highland High School senior Jacey Ann Oakes signed two letters of intent on Tuesday, February 7 to play softball and volleyball for Crowley’s Ridge College, CRC, located in Paragould. Currently, Jessica Sellers is her softball coach and Kolby King coached her in volleyball at Highland. Jacey is the very first athlete from Highland to sign a letter of intent to play volleyball, and the very first female athlete to play two sports in college. Jacey is the daughter of Richie and Dana Hepler of Cherokee Village, and Jason Oakes of Hardy. Pictured (l to r) Richie and Dana Hepler, Jacey, CRC’s head softball coach Jordan Malone, CRC’s assistant softball coach Kourtney Brown, and CRC’s head volleyball coach Barry Wheeler. Photo/C.Johnson

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First Community Bank is proud to sponsor a community reception welcoming Mr. Don Sharp as the interim Superintendent of the Highland School District. The reception will be located at First Community Bank in Highland on Monday, September 19 from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Everyone is welcome to stop by and meet Sharp and welcome him to the great community.