News Photos Aug. 3-9, 2014
Date: 8/4/2014 Album ID: 1830609
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Weekly photos in and around Fort Smith taken Aug 3-9, 2014
Jamie Mitchell • Times Record - Garrick Dunn with Window World works to replace a second story window on the Secrest Building, Sunday, August 03, 2014, at the corner of N. 6th and N. B Street. Owned by St. John's Espiscopal Church, Window World is replacing 25 windows on the building that houses the church Sack Lunch Program and Next Step Homeless Services.
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Jamie Mitchell • Times Record - Garrick Dunn with Window World works to replace a second story window on the Secrest Building, Sunday, August 03, 2014, at the corner of N. 6th and N. B Street. Owned by St. John's Espiscopal Church, Window World is replacing 25 windows on the building that houses the church Sack Lunch Program and Next Step Homeless Services.
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Jamie Mitchell • Times Record - Eric Nipper, OG&E first responder, sets out safety cones, Saturday, August 09, 2014, around a downed power line at Grand and Albert Pike after a lightning strike hit a transformer.
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Jamie Mitchell • Times Record - August Slack celebrates her third birthday, Saturday, August 09, 2014, with a dip in her personal pool in the front yard of her grandmother's house on N. T St. August is the daughter of Joyce and Jeff Slack.
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Jamie Mitchell • Times Record - Ted Clemons, director of the River Valley Food Bank, hands Ironwood Shredding driver Dennis Marshall collected bags of household papers, Saturday, August 09, 2014, during the Food Banks shredding fundraiser on Zero St.
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Jamie Mitchell • Times Record - USMC recruit, Sky Blue Chambers of Sallisaw, is questioned about leadership, by Marine Corp recruiter SSgt Ryan Butler, Saturday, August 09, 2014, during the depot's monthly pool function at Ben Geren Park. USMC recruits in the Delayed Entry Program from 12 counties gather monthly to perform stength test as well as academic testing prior to leaving for basic training. Chambers is on schedule to graduate from Sallisaw High School in 2015.
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Jamie Mitchell • Times Record - Isaiah Smith, left, and Jose Lopez take the drink order of Matthew Reed, center, Thursday, August 07, 2014, at their mobile refreshment stand at the corner of N. 34th St. and Grand. Smith is the 10-year-old son of Veronica Cogburn and Jose is the 10-year-old son of Laura Castillo and Oscer Lopez.
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Jamie Mitchell • Times Record - Matt Urbine, left, and Cody Rongey unload one of the go-karts, Friday, August 08, 2014, that will be running in the dirt track race at City Limits Raceway at Chaffee Crossing. Rongey said more than 50 go-karts will race on the dirt track during the bi-weekl, Friday night races. The raceway is located at 3rt St. and Fort Chaffee Bvd., in Barling and will be racing again August 22, 2014, beginning at 8 p.m.
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Jamie Mitchell • Times Record - Republican gubernatorial candidate, Asa Hutchinson reaches to add his hand print to the Helping Hands wall, Thursday, August 07, 2014, at the Hamilton House Child and Family Safety Center, while on a visit with Jackie Stewart Hamilton, Hamilton House execuctive director and center staff. Serving a seven county area, the Hamilton House has the dubious distinction of being the leading child safety center in Arkansas, serving 716 children in 2013, and more than 525 through July, 2014.
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Jamie Mitchell • Times Record -Jackie Stewart Hamilton, Hamilton House Child and Family Safety Center executive director, right, watches as child advocate, Jamie Moses, helps Republican gubernatorial candidate Asa Hutchinson apply green paint to his hand, Thursday, August 07, 2014, to add his hand print to the Helping Hands wall at the Hamilton House. Serving a seven county area, the Hamilton House has the dubious distinction of being the leading child safety center in Arkansas, serving 716 children in 2013, and more than 525 through July, 2014.
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Jamie Mitchell • Times Record - OG&E lineman, Brandon Bryan, works to connect the new underground electrical lines, Thursday, August 07, 2014, in front of the UAFS Stubblefield Center at Kinkead Avenue and Waldron Road. The relocation of the lines from overhead is part of the construction of the new 58,000-square-foot visual arts building. Housed in the facility will be gallery spaces, the letterpress and printmaking operation, a 150-seat film theatre, graphic design laboratories and spaces for photography, painting, sculpture and art history. The freshmen foundations program – which includes basic courses in drawing, 2D design, 3D design, typography and digital imaging – will also be housed there, as will space for the Chancellor's Coalition for the Visual Arts
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Jamie Mitchell • Times Record - Kris Scott, The First Tee of Fort Smith director, collects the winning golf ball from Fort Smith EMS technician Frank Duenas,  Saturday, August 09, 2014, after the golf ball drop, fundraiser for the club at Ben Geren Park. The annual event is the end of summer party for members and family and includes the Ultimate Golf Ball Drop, Skills Competition and Family Fun Day.
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Jamie Mitchell • Times Record - Fort Smith Little Theater cast members open “9 to 5: The Musical, Sunday, August 03, 2014, during the matinee performace. Directed by FSLT members George Mann and Dwight Curry and features music and lyrics written by Dolly Parton. A hateful, lying boss becomes the target of female employees who have had enough of their supervisor’s ungrateful, bigoted behavior. The finale is scheduled for 7:30 p.m., August 10.
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Jamie Mitchell • Times Record - Little Linksters of The First Tee of Fort Smith gather golf balls, Saturday, August 09, 2014, after the annual golf ball drop, fundraiser for the club at Ben Geren Park. The annual event is the end of summer party for members and family and include the Ultimate Golf Ball Drop, Skills Competition and Family Fun Day.
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Jamie Mitchell • Times Record - Dressed as a clown, Leslie Ayala, front, leads members of the Van Buren Spanish First Assimblies of God youth group in a childrens song, Saturday, August 09, 2014, as they prepared for the Festival de la Esperanza at the Christ for the World Church lot on Midland Blvd. More than 500 children will take part in the carnival with a puppet show, free food and refreshments, backpack give-a-way, free food baskets.
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Jamie Mitchell • Times Record - Bobby Lewis, Deer Trails Golf Course grounds superintendent, cuts the frindge around a green, Friday, August 08, 2014, as he prepares the Chaffee Crossing course for the 2014 Deer Trails Open, August 9-10, 2014. The two day, 4-person scramble includes the Saturday BBQ dinner and evening concert and cash prizes in each flights.
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Jamie Mitchell • Times Record - Dusty Helbling calls attention to the work of local artist, Ralph Irwin, (right) featuring the Trail of Tears, Sunday, August 03, 2014, during the August Crawford County Chronicles program at the Drennen-Scott Historic Site in Van Buren. Members of the Five American Indian Tribes trekked from the Deep South to Oklahoma via the Trail of Tears. Nearly all of the trail’s paths crossed into Arkansas. Helbling started following the paths taken by the tribes in 2006, including a local trail taken by Cherokee, Choctaw and Seminole Indians. He also used journals of American officers who oversaw the Native Americans’ removal from American territory as a guide. Most of the Native Americans traveled through Arkansas via the Arkansas River.The event is part of the University of Arkansas at Fort Smith’s Crawford County Chronicles program.
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Jamie Mitchell • Times Record - John Fuhrman, left, of Miami, Ok. and Steve Jones of Conway, catch up on the beef industry business, Saturday, August 09, 2014, during the 56th annual Arkansas Cattlemen's Association Convention and Tradeshow at the Fort Smith Convention Center.The three day event concludes Sunday, August 10, 2014, with breakfast and guest speaker.
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