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Christenson, 55, is the ...
Christenson, 55, is the publisher of the Newton County Times and holds multiple positions at the Harrison Daily Times . She has served on the Arkansas State Parks , Recreation and Tourism Commission since 1984, twice being selected as committee chairman.In addition, Christenson is a past president and current member of the Arkansas Press Association.
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His daughter, Jane Dunlap Christenson, is the food section editor, sells advertising at the Daily Times and is publisher of the Newton County Times in Jasper.She'd wanted to teach high school, but there weren't any teaching positions in Harrison when she went to get a job.
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Mike Beebe today named Jane Christenson of Harrison to the Arkansas State Police Commission.
...Christenson, 55, is the publisher of the Newton County Times and holds multiple positions at the Harrison Daily Times.She
has served on the Arkansas State Parks, Recreation and Tourism Commission
since 1984, twice being selected as committee chairman.In addition, Christenson is a past president and current member of the Arkansas Press Association.
Alumni & Friends
Jane Christenson has lived in Harrison all of her life.
Christenson, a University of Arkansas graduate, grew up in the newspaper business in Harrison.
father, the late J.E. Dunlap, Jr., the legendary publisher of the Harrison Daily Times
, received Northark's Pioneer Citizen Award in 1997.
Jane is the publisher of its sister publication, the Newton County Times.
All three-J.E., Jane, and Jeff- have served as president of the Arkansas Press Association, a distinction no other family can claim.
Appointed by three different governors to two state boards, Jane currently is a member of the Arkansas State Police Commission and is active on several local boards and organizations.
was recognized as one of the Top 20 Women in Arkansas in 2005 by Active Years magazine
, based on her
professional and volunteer work.
and Jeff have a daughter, Jennifer.
"The Durand Center should have a big impact on tourism in our area, which is a long-time interest of mine," says Jane, a former two-time board chair of the Arkansas State Parks, Recreation and Travel Commission.
A certificate of appreciation was ...
A certificate of appreciation was presented to Jane Dunlap Christenson, a 12-year member of the State Parks, Recreation and Travel Commission.Christenson, of Harrison, recently was appointed to the State Police Commission.She was thanked for her many years of dedicated service to the tourism industry and Arkansas's State Parks.Contact Gloria Robins at (501) 682-7614 for more information.