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Outdoor News – Safari Outfitter and Guides Visit Greenwood

Harold Smith (L) with Andre Nel and Drum Beukes of Somerby Outfitters of South Africa.  Harold hosts annually and event where forty or so can visit one-on-one with these expert guides to plan custom designed safaris.  Nel and Beukes are in the US for six weeks making presentations to potential clients who are gathering information about safaris.

Harold Smith hosted an event last week at Bell Park’s Senator Ed Wilkinson Pavilion to introduce friends and potential Safari enthusiasts to his guide and outfitter of choice-Somerby Safaris of Kestal, South Africa. Some forty outdoorsmen, adventure seekers and potential travelers attended the event including several who have hunted dangerous game with this service before. Drom Beukes, owner of Somerby ... Read More »

East Pointe Drama Club to Present The Little Mermaid: Proceeds go to Pants for Pupils Program

Jellyfish, Samuel Hicks and Annabella Wood, rehearse for the upcoming production of The Little Mermaid."

Story submitted Thursday January 29th at 6:30PM at the Greenwood High School Performing Arts Center, the East Pointe Drama Club will take to the stage for the season’s presentation of the classic, The Little Mermaid. Admission is $3.00 for adults and $1.00 for students and children. The Little Mermaid by Hans Christian Andersen is a beloved story of a little ... Read More »

City Council Debates Pay Increases and Insurance Concerns: Budget Passes at Saturday Morning Meeting

1.75 % Cost of Living Increases and some pay raises featured in budget Following a number of study sessions, the Greenwood City Council met Saturday morning to approve the final version of the city’s 2015 budget…not without some more serious discussion and airing of views. As originally presented by the mayor and his staff, the budget required intense scrutinizing by ... Read More »

Editorial for January 28, 2014

Cure for January! “January is the longest month on the calendar.” I’ve heard that all my life. The bills from Christmas just keep coming. With no money left to get through January, what do you do for entertainment? Go see some Bulldog Basketball games and Wrestling matches. Baseball will be starting in March and Bulldogs in every sport deserve your ... Read More »

Church News: Valley View Church of Christ, A Place in the Community

Valley View Church of Christ

Last year when Adam Hollinsaid was getting used to the community, he and his congregation at Valley View decided that the community needed to get used to them. Used to them being there, sharing, evangelizing and serving the community. Hollinsaid’s arrival in Greenwood was the product of his family’s dynamics. His son came down from Wisconsin to look at Harding ... Read More »

“Jekyll & Hyde” Comes to Fort Smith Feb. 23

UAFS photo

Story submitted A musical adaptation of a classic Gothic novel will travel to Fort Smith in February for a performance as part of the University of Arkansas – Fort Smith’s Season of Entertainment 34.  Columbia Artists Theatricals will perform “Jekyll & Hyde” at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 23 at the ArcBest Corp. Performing Arts Center, located at 55 S. 7th St. ... Read More »

Local Events – Prom Fair

Greenwood High School Bulldog Breakout Fundraiser Saturday, February 7th 10:00 am – 5:00 pm Greenwood High School Student Union Admission $2.00 Sellers: Drop off Friday, February 6th from 5-8pm at Student Union Fee: $2.00 per item dropped off (refundable if item sells) Split: 80% to Consigner : 20% to Bulldog Breakout Pick-up: Saturday, February 7th from 5-7pm at Student Union ... Read More »

Troop 54 Scouts Earn Law Merit Badge

troop 54 photo

Greenwood’s historic Boy Scouts of America Troop 54 members earned their Law Merit Badge while participating in a mock trial this week. Scouts served as Prosecuting Attorney, defense counsel, Bailiff, jurors, defendant and witnesses in the exercise Monday evening before parents, Eagle Scout candidates, parents and your editor who was asked to preside over the courtroom scene complete with robe ... Read More »

Students Recognize School Board Members With Special Awards

Greenwood Public Schools are served by School Board members who give unselfishly and tirelessly for the students and community they represent.   They give students a platform and avenues to reach their full potential.   Board members make informed decisions about issues that face public schools today, while keeping a vision for the future in mind.  During January, school board members are ... Read More »

Bulldogs Still Searching for Offensive Spark

Greenwood Bulldogs Basketball

By Richard White It’s been a difficult season so far for the Greenwood Bulldogs and Head Coach Brian Martin. The GHS boys have a 4-12 record and have lost six games in a row, including five straight at the beginning of their 7A/6A Central schedule. But more critically, they have lost all three of their 6A games that will determine ... Read More »

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