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<p>GHS Seniors sing the alma mater one last time at the Graduation ceremony Friday night. The approximate money offered in scholarship awards for the class of 2016 was $5.2 million. For more pictures of graduation turn to page 12A.</p>

Class of 2016

May 25, 2016 4:07am

GHS Seniors sing the alma mater one last time at the Graduation ceremony Friday night. The approximate money offered in scholarship awards for the class of 2016 was $5.2 million. For more pictures...

<p>Ann Akins and Kay Voss of Alpha Delta Chapter of ESA, sponsors of the Airing of the Quilts, present a check to South Sebastian County Historical Society president Meryl Efurd at the May 16 meeting. Proceeds from the quilt show assist the Society in maintaining their historic properties and preserving local history. ESA is a philanthropic organization and has been in existence in Greenwood for over fifty years.</p>

Quilt Check

May 25, 2016 4:07am

May 25, 2016 4:07am

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<p>Local artist Patrick Teal adds his name and some final touches to a landscape painting that he wold to Marvin Thomas (background). Teal displayed his work and performed a demonstration at the Betty Wilkinson Senior Center Friday afternoon.</p>

Final Touch

Apr 06, 2016 4:06am

PHOTO BY DUSTIN GRAHAM

Local artist Patrick Teal adds his name and some final touches to a landscape painting that he wold to Marvin Thomas (background). Teal displayed his work and...

Jamie Mitchell &bull; Times Record Earl D. Duty, the Robert Jacks Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1322 commander, left, and Sen. John Boozman, right, pin Gilbert Holt with his service ribbons and medals earned during his Navy enlistment before and during World War II on Friday, March 25, 2016, during a medal presentation to veterans and families at the Van Buren VFW post.

Seven Veterans Awarded By Sen. Boozman In Van Buren

Apr 06, 2016 4:06am

U.S. Sen. John Boozman honored seven veterans, two posthumously, during an awards ceremony Friday evening in Van Buren.

Those honored served in conflicts throughout the years, including...

<p>Jonathan Anderson, a 31 year old artist living in Barling. Has been drawing and painting for as long as he can remember, but over the last couple of years he has specialized in commissioned pet portraits and wildlife art and predominately works in colored pencil now, but hasused virtually every medium in the past. Come out and see more of his artwork at the ArtFest on May 7. This first annual event will take place along the city’s walking trail. For more information or to submit your artwork contact the Greenwood Chamber of Commerce at 996-0634.</p>

Artfest Preview

Apr 06, 2016 4:06am

Jonathan Anderson, a 31 year old artist living in Barling. Has been drawing and painting for as long as he can remember, but over the last couple of years he has specialized in commissioned pet...

<p>Jan. 21, 1971 1928-29 Basketball team. Front row, left to right- Oral Stallings now of Fort Smith; Oren Greenfield, Fort Smith; Arl McConnell, Greenwood High School, Principal; Harace Bryan, Dallas , Texas; and Joe Bianchi. Back row, Coach A.F. Bennett; Halston Hester, Pauls Valley, Okla.; Russell Stewart, Bernie Cathers, New Mexico; Lawrence McConnell, Los Cruces, N.M.; and Milburn Wilson.</p>

A Look Back

Apr 06, 2016 4:05am

Jan. 21, 1971 1928-29 Basketball team. Front row, left to right- Oral Stallings now of Fort Smith; Oren Greenfield, Fort Smith; Arl McConnell, Greenwood High School, Principal; Harace Bryan,...

The Highways and the Byways

Mar 30, 2016 4:06am

An unidentified man hangs on a cross near the intersection of Hwy 10 Spur and Hwy 71 on Good Friday. The man who declined to give his name stated that he and another man take turns on the cross....

5th Annual Fort Smith Volunteer Fair Set for April

Mar 30, 2016 4:06am

All Fort Smith area locals are invited to attend the 5th Annual Fort Smith Volunteer Fair. This event will include two dozen local historic and natural sites as well as volunteer organizations...

Sports: Diamond Lions Drop Pair Of Last-Inning Heartbreakers To No. 11 Chaps

Mar 30, 2016 4:06am

UAFS had late opportunities to beat No. 11 Lubbock Christian during each game of Thursday’s Heartland Conference doubleheader, but each time, the Diamond Lions simply couldn’t hold off the Chaps...

<p>Greenwood City Firefighter David Smith, Sebatian County Constable Cleason Cotton and Greenwood Police Chief Will Dawson work a rollover accident near the intersection of Hwy 10 Spur and Hwy 71. No injuries were reported as a result of the accident.</p>

Rollover

Mar 30, 2016 4:06am

Greenwood City Firefighter David Smith, Sebatian County Constable Cleason Cotton and Greenwood Police Chief Will Dawson work a rollover accident near the intersection of Hwy 10 Spur and Hwy 71. No...

<p>Jan. 7, 1971 Who said hippies were something new? In case the young generation think they invented long hair and whiskers, in our “Looking Back Can Be Fun” series this week, we feature a group of Greenwood’s distinguished citizens as they looked in 1951. Actually the men let their whiskers grow and were dressed for the occasion in celebration of Greenwood’s Centennial in 1951. The men are from left to right: Willard Stafford, A.L. Carr, Alex Yost, Roy Fields and “Poor Boy” Kermit McNabb. Just behind Willard is Bob Whaley and standing directly back of Yost is Pink Hendrix. On the far end is Halton Stewart. The girl in the upper left corner is Mary Lena Stewart and the others are unidentified.</p>

A Look Back

Mar 30, 2016 4:05am

Jan. 7, 1971 Who said hippies were something new? In case the young generation think they invented long hair and whiskers, in our “Looking Back Can Be Fun” series this week, we feature a group of...

Arkansas Gives Event Apr 7

Mar 30, 2016 4:05am

April 7 is rapidly approaching and three local nonprofits are asking you to give on this special day. The South Sebastian County Boys and Girls Club, The South Sebastian County Historical Society...

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