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<p>Former U.S. President Bill Clinton salutes U.S. Army Major Gary Katz, and Oklahoma City Fire Department Chief Keith Bryant during the 20th Remembrance Ceremony, the anniversary ceremony for victims of the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing, at the Oklahoma City National Memorial and Museum in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma April 19, 2015.</p>

Bill Clinton Speech Caps Oklahoma City Bombing Memorial Service

Apr 22, 2015 5:05am

It was a quiet Sunday morning in Oklahoma City.

The sky was overcast as people shuffled along to Sunday morning services, while a crowd of more than a thousand stood silently at the Oklahoma...

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Ring Fund Opened at Local Banks

Apr 22, 2015 4:07am

Greenwood High School is in the process of raising funds to purchase rings to honor our varsity girls basketball team for winning the 2015 Class 6A Girls State Basketball Championship. A ring fund...

<p>Greg Dickison</p>

Celebrating 15 Years with the City of Greenwood

Apr 22, 2015 4:07am

Greg Dickison is the crew leader for the City of Greenwood Street Department. This month he is celebrating 15 years with the City of Greenwood. He began his career in the Waste Water Department in...

Jessica Seiter

Jessica Seiter Honored by Arkansas Activities Association

Apr 22, 2015 4:07am

Greenwood, AR, April 16, 2015 – The Arkansas Activities Association has named

Jessica Seiter, junior at Greenwood High School, as one of five state finalists for

Arkansas’s...

<p>Local black smith, Ross Wilkinson, brings a beginning forge kit to square on Friday, April 10th. The kit included basic tools and a forge for the beginner. The hard steel anvil weighs 180 pounds and is used to make different steel equipment like hooks, knives, and various tools.</p>

Black Smith on the Square

Apr 22, 2015 4:07am

Local black smith, Ross Wilkinson, brings a beginning forge kit to square on Friday, April 10th. The kit included basic tools and a forge for the beginner. The hard steel anvil weighs 180 pounds...

<p>Matthew Earnhart, First Place, 12 and Under Division</p>

Wrestlers Win Big in Wrestling Tournament

Apr 22, 2015 4:07am

Greenwood Wrestling Teams traveled to Rogers, Arkansas on March 14th to compete in the State wrestling tournament.

“I am so pleased with the participation in wrestling with the younger kids...

Arkansas History Commission Celebrates 110th Year

Apr 22, 2015 4:05am

This year marks the 110th anniversary of the Arkansas History Commission and State Archives. The Arkansas History Commission was created during the 1905 session of the Arkansas General Assembly...

<p>Robert Gage and Ross Wilkinson on Town Square Friday April 10th. Gage was selling tomato plants, pepper plants, flowers, and strawberries. His plants are not sprayed with a growth retardant. 	He will be on the square on Fridays selling plants as well as vegetables like squash, tomatoes, okra, and peaches as the harvest comes in.</p>

Good Time for Planting

Apr 15, 2015 4:06am

Robert Gage and Ross Wilkinson on Town Square Friday April 10th. Gage was selling tomato plants, pepper plants, flowers, and strawberries. His plants are not sprayed with a growth retardant. He...

<p>Local Greenwood volunteer Kelly Bascue collects money from passing cars for the ‘Radio A Thon’ for Make a Wish Foundation on Friday, April 10th. D.J. Kris Vegas was on hand from Country Lovin, KTCS until 12:00 noon. The group is trying to raise $120,000 for area children.</p>

Locals Help Out Make A Wish Foundation

Apr 15, 2015 4:06am

Country Lovin radio station KTCS 99.9 and local Greenwood volunteers came out to the Greenwood Town Square on Friday April 10th to collect donations for Make A Wish Foundation. They are trying to...

Drug Take Back to be Held

Apr 15, 2015 4:06am

Saturday, April 25, between 10:00 AM until 2:00 PM, the Greenwood Police Department will be stationed at Walgreens (705 West Center) in Greenwood to collect expired and unused medications in the...

<p>Fort Smith National Historic Site volunteers Reginald Moore and Benjamin Johnson reenacted events as Union Soldiers at the Civil War Commemoration Event at the Fort Smith National historic site. Volunteers and visitors learned about the historic Fort’s rich history during the events of the Civil War on April 11, 2015.</p>

History Comes to Life at Historic Site

Apr 15, 2015 4:05am

The Civil War was brought to life by volunteers at the Fort Smith National Historic Site on Saturday April 11th. Visitors were treated to a historic event complete with Union and Confederate camps...

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