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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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Arkansas History Commission Celebrates 110th Year

Apr 15, 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...

City of Greenwood’s Appeal in Annexation Case Dismissed

Apr 09, 2015 11:02am

The City’s Appeal CV-14-894 in the City of Greenwood (Appelant) v. The Shadow Lake Homeowners Association, Shirley Anne Walters and Jennifer Puckett, Trustees of the Bill and Shirley Walters...

Ring Fund Opened at Local Banks

Updated: Apr 15, 2015 4:06am

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>Dale Estes, contractor from ACDC looks over the blue prints for the Greenwood Police Station on April 3rd, 2015. Pictured is the Foyer of the building currently under construction. The buildings interior has made signifigant progress. </p>

Police Station Interior Shaping Up

Apr 08, 2015 4:07am

The Greenwood Police Station is taking shape inside and out despite some weather set backs. On April 3rd construction workers were bricking around the trash bin area and they were also busy...

<p>Mrs. Whitson’s 3rd grade homeroom class at East Pointe Elementary has been working hard this year on addition and multiplication fluency on a new computer program, Reflex Math, the district adopted this year. The class reached a goal of 1/2 million facts solved correctly. They were rewarded with a pizza party.</p>

East Pointe Celebrates Multiplication

Apr 08, 2015 4:07am

Mrs. Whitson’s 3rd grade homeroom class at East Pointe Elementary has been working hard this year on addition and multiplication fluency on a new computer program, Reflex Math, the district...

UAFS mourns Hammerschmidt

Apr 08, 2015 4:07am

The University of Arkansas - Fort Smith mourns the passing of longtime legislator John Paul Hammerschmidt, and the university expresses its appreciation for his service to both UAFS and the state...

<p>Greenwood Freshman Center Construction Site on April 2, 2015.</p>

Freshman Center has strong foundation

Apr 08, 2015 4:07am

The Greenwood Freshman Center has been making steady progress since breaking ground in late January. The area that used to be the old Agri building has been torn down and cordoned off. Students...

<p>Greenwood Mayor Doug Kinslow talks about renewal of a 0.75 percent sales and use tax Monday night, April 6, 2015, during a City Council meeting.</p>

Greenwood Pushes Toward Tax Renewal Election

Apr 07, 2015 2:26pm

Greenwood leaders began the process Monday night of calling a special election in November for renewal of the city’s 0.75 percent sales and use tax, which sunsets in 2016.

The 10-year tax...

<p>Water fills a “lazy river” at Parrot Island Waterpark under construction in Fort Smith on Thursday, March 26, 2015.</p>

Water Park Lands Last Large Tropical Feature

Apr 01, 2015 5:05am

With the last of the large aquatic features now in place, Fort Smith’s Parrot Island is “starting to look every day a little more like a water park.”

Construction crews recently installed...

<p>Nicholas, a six-month-old pit bull-terrier mix, is seen in his cage at the Sebastian County Humane Society on Friday, March 27, 2015. Large dogs on are sale to make way for more.</p>

Humane Society Hopes Sale Will Help Thin Large-Dog Ranks

Apr 01, 2015 5:05am

To address overcrowding at the Sebastian County Humane Society, adoption fees for large dogs have been temporarily reduced.

Normally $100, the adoption fee is $30 for large-breed dogs,...

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