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AHTD earns national award from Keep America Beautiful

Apr 27, 2016 5:06am

The Arkansas State Highway and Transportation

Department (AHTD) has received the 2016 State Agency Partnership Award from Keep America

Beautiful Inc., the nation’s premier community...

<p>Show us your quilts, Greenwood! On May 6 and 7 we are calling all businesses on the Square and along Main Street and all families and homes on Main Street to display a quilt on your porch or shop window. Our goal is to line Main Street with quilts to welcome the hundreds of visitors who will come to the Seventh Annual Airing of the Quilts! Any quilt will do old or new. Please join us in showing our visitors a warm Greenwood Welcome!</p>

Airing of the Quilts

Apr 27, 2016 4:06am

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A Look Back

Mar 16, 2016 4:05am

June 12, 1991 Lance Cpl. Michael McAlister cuts the yellow ribbon around the tree of his parents home while Janie and Bill McAlister watch. The 1988 Greenwood High School graduate served five...

Flu Virus Still Active in Arkansas

Mar 09, 2016 5:06am

Flu season is still under way, and although it’s been a pretty mild year for some parts of the country so far, there are a few weeks to go before we’re out of the woods. Being able to tell the...

Spring Forward

Mar 09, 2016 5:06am

Don’t forget to set your clocks ahead one hour on Saturday night before you go to bed. Daylight Savings time begins on Sunday March 13 at 2 a.m. Because daylight saving time kicks in the second...

<p>University of Central Arkansas Professor Bryan Massey unveils “Otis,” a scaled model of a 15-foot-long, eight-foot-wide steel bear that will hang on the side of Donaghey Hall. President Tom Courtway smiles in the background.</p>


Mar 09, 2016 5:06am

The University of Central Arkansas unveiled a scaled model of a new bear that will be included in the design of the new Donaghey Hall.

Introduced by sculptor and university professor, Bryan...

<p>PHOTO BY DUSTIN GRAHAM</p><p>Boston Whisenhunt was surprised by Alma High School and the Make-A-Wish Foundation Thursday when they announced that his wish to go to Atlantis in the Bahamas was granted.</p>

Greenwood Student Has His Wish Granted

Mar 09, 2016 4:06am

When 11 year old Boston Whisenhunt was called to the cafeteria at East Pointe Elementary Thursday morning he was told that it was just another assembly about spring break safety and a writing...

<p>Jamie Mitchell • Times Record Greenwood’s Maddie Goodner shoots over the Mt. St Mary’s defense, Friday, Feb 26, 2016, during first half play at H.B. Stewart Arena.</p>

Basketball: Greenwood Lady Bulldogs Remain Optimistic

Mar 09, 2016 4:06am

GREENWOOD — After winning the last two state championships, the Greenwood Lady Bulldogs have lost more games than they’ve won this year.

Yet, Maddie Goodner remains the eternal optimist as...

Art Winner

Mar 09, 2016 4:06am

Jessica Seiter (center) is presented with $50 by Dr. Evan Rowe and Greenwood Chamber of Commerce President Teri Hicks. Seiter created the winning logo for the upcoming Art Festival that will be...

<p>PHOTO BY DUSTIN GRAHAM</p><p>City of Greenwood Firefighter Justin King assists Brian Cate with his bunker gear during training at station two on Saturday.</p>

Fire Training

Mar 09, 2016 4:06am


City of Greenwood Firefighter Justin King assists Brian Cate with his bunker gear during training at station two on Saturday.

Mayor Delivers State of the City Address

Mar 09, 2016 4:06am

Council: A.C. Brown, Dr. Johnson, Rod Powell, Daniel McDaniel, Tim Terry, and Lance Terry; Sharla Derry and Mike Hamby. Department Heads: Richard McKinney, Chief Dawson, Chief Bryan, Tim Posey,...

STEVE MARQUEZ &bull; TIMES RECORD Susan Atkins, right, gets ready to vote at Ben Geren Regional Park using electronoic voting for the first time on Tuesday, March 1, 2016. Atkins said that she didn't like electric voting because she was "old school," but she loved being able to vote. She said that she wanted her voice to be heard and if enough people vote, then our voices can be heard. Atkins said that if people stay home, then they have no right to gripe.

Incumbent Sebastian County Treasurer Defeats Competitor

Mar 09, 2016 4:06am

Sebastian County voters re-upped their county treasurer’s two-year term and voted in a new county assessor and coroner.

Judith Miller, 66, of Greenwood held onto her office as county...

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