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Stewart Receives McConnell Scholarship

Stewart with Principle Jerry Efurd

James “Gunner” Stewart, son of Melissa and Gary Robinson, is the 2017 recipient of the Arl McConnell Scholarship.  Each year the $1200.00 scholarship is presented to a senior entering the field of education. McConnell was principal of Greenwood High School in the 50’s, 60’s and 70’s and was a great friend to GHS after his retirement. Stewart plans to attend the University of ... Read More »

The Grand Slam of Turkey Hunting

The Grand Slam of Turkey Hunting There are competitions designed to get hunters into the outdoors. There’s a “Grand Slam” of big game. A “Grand Slam” of hunting most species of domestic game. Within certain species, there are “Grand Slams” that require travel about the country to see new sights, meet new people and experience the great outdoors. One example ... Read More »

Cemetery Decoration

Cross Cemetery Decoration Cross Cemetery on Denver Street will hold its annual Decoration Day all day on Sunday May 7th and will accept donations at that time. For more information, contact Linda Sadler Wilkinson at 479-597-9302.   Decoration Day at Greenwood Memorial Cemetery Greenwood Memorial Cemetery Decoration Day will be Sunday May 7th.  On Memorial Day, friends and Cemetery Board ... Read More »

8th Annual Quilt Show!

8th Annual “Airing of the Quilts” Show Brings Visitors to Greenwood. Old Jail Opens May 5th The annual “Airing of the Quilts” quilt show returns to Greenwood May 5 and 6. The show, in its eighth year, has grown in popularity bringing quilters and quilt-lovers from eleven states in 2016. The show has become known for the high quality of ... Read More »

Sebastian Countywide Spring Cleanup Campaign

Sebastian Countywide Spring Cleanup Campaign Story Submitted Spring is in the air and that means it’s time for our Spring Cleanup Campaign.  Residents of Sebastian County are making plans this month to pick up litter, tackle illegal dumps and do whatever else it takes to put a shine on Sebastian County, according to County Judge David Hudson. This countywide cleanup ... Read More »

Arkasnsas 4-H State Record Book Winners!

Arkansas 4-H State Record Book Winners Story Submitted Congratulations to Emily Branum and Kacey Frederick on their Arkansas 4-H state winning Advanced Record Books. Branum and Frederick’s 4-H Advanced Record Books were judged by a committee in January. Both were selected as Advanced Record Book finalists. After an extensive interview process, Branum was chosen as a state Advanced Record Book ... Read More »

Arkansas 4-H Teen Stars

Arkansas 4-H Teen Stars Story submitted Congratulations to Olivia Branum, Kimber Campbell, Jenna Frederick, and AJ Russell on being selected as 2017 Arkansas 4-H Teen Stars. Branum, Campbell, Frederick, and Russell were four of the 79 Arkansas 4-H members to be named Teen Stars. Each of the four will be recognized in June at the Arkansas 4-H Teen Star and ... Read More »

Weaver and Armstrong Awarded Williams Scholarship!

Weaver and Armstrong Receive Don Williams Memorial Scholarships   Abbie Weaver, daughter of Debbie and Jay Hanron, and Alec Armstrong, son of Jennifer and Dustin Smith, are the 2017 recipients of the Don Williams Memorial Scholarship. The $500 scholarship selections are based on Volunteerism which was such an integral part of the life of the late Don Williams. Weaver will be attending ... Read More »

Kendrick Receives Edwards Scholarship

Sarah Edwards Armistead awards Edwards Scholarship to Kodi Kendrick

  Kenneth Edwards Memorial Scholarship Awarded to Kodi Kendrick Kodi Kendrick, son of Jeanne and Jason Kendrick, is the 2017 recipient of the Kenneth Edwards Memorial Scholarship.  The Edwards Scholarship was created by Sara Edwards Armistead, in memory of her late brother, Kenneth Edwards, a local business, civic and community leader who was a friend to education. The Edwards Scholarship ... Read More »

Outdoor News 4-12-17

  Outdoor news for 4-12-17 Outdoor News for the Week of Easter: A Pilgrimage to the Land Where Jesus Walked Thousands of Christians travel to the Holy Land each year to walk in the footsteps of Jesus Christ and discover the land of the Bible. A group from Greenwood made the trek some years ago and included Greenwood’s Harold and ... Read More »

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