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COURTESY U.S. MARSHALS MUSEUM / An architect's drawing of the planned $50 million U.S. Marshals Museum shows the abstract five-pointed star design. The museum is planned along the Arkansas River in Fort Smith.

Bass Reeves Artifacts To Be Unveiled At Marshals Museum’s Descendants Day

Jul 28, 2015 2:50pm

Recently acquired Bass Reeves artifacts were unveiled Saturday at the U.S. Marshals Museum’s Descendants Day event in Fort Smith.

“The recent collection of Bass Reeves’ prized guns from one...

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Zoo Passes for Blood Donors

May 27, 2015 4:05am

Blood donors get a free trip to the Tulsa Zoo, just by giving this summer at Arkansas Blood Institute (ABI). May 17 through August 30, each person who donates at the Fort Smith donor center or a...

<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...

Kirby Bland &bull; Special To The Times Record Marty and the Top Button Boys perform a song at the 2015 Greenwood High School commencement ceremony Monday, May 22, 2015, in Greenwood.

Greenwood Grads Have Bright Future

May 26, 2015 10:55am

Christian Griffith, one of four Greenwood High School valedictorians, gives a speech to his fellow graduates at the 2015 Greenwood High School Commencement Ceremony on Friday in Greenwood.

<p>Last week the clock tower recieved some more inspection. Steve Beam from Beam Construction climed up to measure the beams and look at the top of the tower. Recently an engineer inspected the tower and it can be repaired. The plan is to inject epoxy into the structural beams to repair the fisures. The wood beams will come out soon and pictures of the bell will be taken. “We are moving forward with repairs.” stated Richard McKinney parks director. The Greenwood Fire Dept was on hand to help with safety issues during the recent inspection.</p>

Clock Tower Repairs Move Forward

May 20, 2015 4:07am

Last week the clock tower received some more inspection. Steve Beam from Beam Construction climbed up a 35 foot ladder to measure the beams and look at the top of the tower. Recently an engineer...

<p>L to R: Greg Davis, John Martini and Anne Thomas.</p>

UAFS Receives Gift for Conservation

May 20, 2015 4:07am

The Arkansas Valley Electric Cooperative gifted the University of Arkansas - Fort Smith’s Sustainable Conservation $1,000 during a check presentation April 29.

Greg Davis, member services...

Police Investigate Alleged Student Threat

May 20, 2015 4:07am

Investigators believe a 13-year-old was planning to kill three other students and himself before Greenwood police intervened.

On Thursday morning, Greenwood police received an anonymous tip...

<p>Audience members Audrey Davis and Derek Davis dance at the Shannon Wurst concert on Sunday May 17th at the Sen. Ed. Wilkinson Community Building. The concert was a fundraiser for the Bell Park Foundation specifically for the new amphitheater that is to built on site. Cinda Bell and Theresa Burtchett were on hand selling bricks for their “Brick Campaign” to build the amphitheater. The event was started by the ground breaking ceremony before the concert on site.</p>

Concert Held for Amphitheater

May 20, 2015 4:05am

The Bell Park Foundation had its ground breaking for the new amphitheater on Sunday, before the Shannon Wurst concert. The Bell Park Foundation held the fundraiser concert with the help of...

<p>GHS Varsity Dance for volunteering during the City of Greenwood AR city wide clean up &amp; Keep Arkansas Beautiful event. Members of the dance team were treated by a visit from City Clerk/Treasurer, Sharla Derry who praised these community-minded volunteers prior to them picking up trash on the high school campus.</p>

Greenwood Teens Keep Arkansas Beautiful

May 20, 2015 4:05am

GHS Varsity Dance for volunteering during the City of Greenwood AR city wide clean up & Keep Arkansas Beautiful event. Members of the dance team were treated by a visit from City Clerk/...

<p>Mike Wolfe and Frank Fritz of the hit History Channel show “American Pickers” will be traveling to the Greenwood area in search of large collections next month.</p>

American Pickers Headed to Greenwood Area

May 20, 2015 4:05am

Greenwood is excited to welcome Mike Wolfe, Frank Fritz and Antique Archeology to the area. The team will film episodes of their hit series AMERICAN PICKERS throughout Arkansas. Filming will begin...

<p>Coach Reeves and Members of the GHS Girls Basketball Team were honored with an official Proclamation by Greenwood’s Mayor Doug Kinslow at the City Council Meeting on May 4th. Also pictured is the “Voice of the Bulldogs” Councilman, Tim Terry</p>

Coach Reeves Honored by Mayor

May 13, 2015 4:07am

A Proclamation From Mayor Doug Kinslow:

Be it known to all whom these presents come that the City of Greenwood, Arkansas, by and through the Honorable Mayor Doug Kinslow bestows special...

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