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Arkansas History Commission Celebrates 110th Year

Apr 22, 2015 4:04am

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...

Drug Take Back to be Held

Apr 15, 2015 4:04am

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>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 4:04am

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 4:04am

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...

<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 4:04am

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...

Arkansas History Commission Celebrates 110th Year

Apr 15, 2015 4:04am

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 11:04am

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...

<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 4:04am

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 4:04am

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 4:04am

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...

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