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Trinity Renewed: Keller Links Health of Episcopal Church to Community

Trinity Renewed: Keller Links Health of Episcopal Church to Community
The Rev. Christoph Keller III, interim dean and rector of Trinity Cathedral in Little Rock. | (Photo by Michael Pirnique)

When he took office six months ago, the Rev. Christoph Keller III told Little Rock developer Rett Tucker, a longtime church member who helped recruit Keller, that he intended to be an “energetic interim.” To that end, Keller has launched an effort to reinvigorate the cathedral, which will mark the 130th anniversary of its downtown founding on Oct. 30.
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University of Arkansas Endowment Reaches All-Time High of $920.6M

The University of Arkansas announced its endowment holdings reached a record high of $920.6 million in the fiscal year that ended June 30. It's more then $100 million higher than the previous year's total of $818 million.
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$50M Revitalization Plan Aims To Turn El Dorado into Cultural Mecca

With a declining population and an unstable job market, the city of El Dorado is investing in quality of life in an effort to boost its economy.
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