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<p>BRIAN D. SANDERFORD • Greenwood softball players swarm the mound after Victoria Taylor (8) picked up her 10th strikeout against Sheridan, to end the game, and win the 6A State Championship 3-0 on Saturday, May 23, 2015 at Bogle Park in Fayetteville.</p>

Greenwood Claims 6A State Softball Title

May 26, 2015 10:55am

Sydney Parker’s game-winning hit helped send Greenwood to the 6A softball championship game.

On Saturday, Parker’s home run helped deliver a title for the Lady Bulldogs. Parker — a sophomore...

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Skaggs Named Mother of the Year

May 06, 2015 4:07am

Tina Skaggs was nominated and chosen for the Greenwood Democrat Mother of the Year for 2015. Tina was so surprised and touched by the event. Family and friends were in on the surprise. See D...

<p>Ada Sanderson with a 1910 Treddle Model Singer that she was showing her granddaughter, Seven Sanderson how to thread while working on a patriotic string quilt at the Vineyard Cabin during Greenwood’s “Airing of the Quilts” on May 1st. </p>

Quilt Show Draws Visitors

May 06, 2015 4:07am

The annual Greenwood Airing of the Quilts was held on Friday and Saturday. The event was a huge success drawing visitors from near and far. The event was sponsored by the Alpha Delta Chapter, ESA...

Clock Tower is Fixable

May 06, 2015 4:07am

The Greenwood Bicentineal Clock tower had a structural engineer come and inspect it for saftey and repairs on April 23rd. According to Richard McKinney, “Our engineer got a close-up look at the...

<p>A Structural Engineer inspects Greenwood’s Bicentennial Clock Tower on April 23rd.</p>

Save the Clock Tower

Apr 29, 2015 4:07am

Greenwood’s Bicentennial Clock tower is a structural landmark for the city. The tower was erected in 1976 for the country’s bicentennial celebration. It stands as focal point for Veteran’s...

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Naturals Team Up for Blood Drive in Greenwood

Apr 29, 2015 4:07am

Walmart and the Arkansas Naturals are teaming up for a blood drive in Greenwood. The Blood Mobile with the Arkansas, Oklahoma Blood Institute will be at the Greenwood Walmart on Friday May, 8th...

GHS Grad Helps Bring Wellness to UAFS

Apr 29, 2015 4:07am

Annsley Garner, 2011 GHS grad and UAFS Student Government President has worked tirelessly to bring a healthy change to the campus. Garner along with others from the UAFS Student Government began a...

<p>Greenwood Girl Scout Troop 4389 &amp; 4376 hosted Teen Green on Saturday, April 11, assisting with drop offs at the City’s recycle center. Teen Green Volunteer &amp; Miss Western Arkansas, Darynne Dahlem stopped by in support of these volunteers. Is your group interested in volunteering? Contact Teen Green to obtain the summer schedule 479-252-2610.</p>

Teen Green Recycles

Apr 29, 2015 4:07am

Greenwood Girl Scout Troop 4389 & 4376 hosted Teen Green on Saturday, April 11, assisting with drop offs at the City’s recycle center. Teen Green Volunteer & Miss Western Arkansas, Darynne...

Together Since Kindergarten

Apr 29, 2015 4:07am

A remarkable thing happened to these 2015 graduating students. One hundred and twelve seniors of the 2015 GHS Graduating Class have attended Greenwood Public Schools since Kindergarten. The...

<p>Rex and Reggie Cochran at the Greenwood Car Show on April 25th. Three Cochran brothers participated in the event on Saturday.</p>

Classic Cars Bring Family Fun Square

Apr 29, 2015 4:05am

On April 25th the 28th Annual Greenwood Open Car Show was held on town square. The town was a buzz with muscle cars from a bygone era. The atmosphere was family friendly with raffles, t-shirts,...

<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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