Stone Named Top 10 at Miss Arkansas

Kelsey Stone sings and plays a grand piano at the Miss Arkansas competition

Arkansas Tech University student Kelsey Stone of Russellville finished top 10 in the 2019 Miss Arkansas competition, which concluded on Saturday night at Robinson Center Auditorium in Little Rock.

Stone, 22, earned a $3,000 scholarship from the Miss Arkansas Scholarship Foundation in recognition of her top-10 finish.

It marked the second consecutive year that Stone has finished in the top 10 and the third consecutive year she has placed in the top 15 at Miss Arkansas.

Stone was crowned Miss Arkansas Tech University 2017, Miss Natural State 2018 and Miss Arkansas Valley 2019. Her parents are Kim and Dee Stone.

ATU students Madeline Adams of Jonesboro, Kara Dickens of Cedarville, Danielle Duggan of DeQueen and Payton Marshall of Belleville were also among the 44 candidates who participated in the 2019 Miss Arkansas competition.