News photos Aug.10-16, 2014
Date: 8/8/2014 Album ID: 1832025
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Times Record photos that appeared in print & online during the week of Aug 10-16, 2014
Jamie Mitchell  Times Record -Taylor Upshaw leads members of the Southside High School marching band color guard, Friday, August 15, 2014, during an afternoon practice for the first football game half-time performance.
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Jamie Mitchell  Times Record - Ethan Beene, 4, enjoys a ride on the swings, Sunday, August 17, 2014, while playing in Creekmore Park with his father, Mark Beene.
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Jamie Mitchell  Times Record - Debbie Humphries catriques riders, Emily Branum, left, and Morgan Davis, Saturday, August 16, 2014, during the Western Pleasure, competion at the 2014 Sebastian County Fair horse show. Emily is the 14-year-old daughter of Marilyn and Russ Branum and Morgan is the 14-year-old daughter of Debbie and Willie Cannon. The fair runs August 19-23 at the county fair grounds in Greenwood.
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Jamie Mitchell  Times Record - Harold Trisler, dressed in period clothing, presents the story of Joseph Walker and Captain Bonneville, Saturday, August 16, 2014, as part of the Volunteer Speaker Series at the Fort Smith National Historic Site.
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Jamie Mitchell  Times Record - Greenwood's Korban Waldemar, left, starts his second hamburger, Saturday, August 16, 2014, as Van Buren's Hayden Cole tries to finish his first, during the 10th annual Hardee's Hamburger Eating Contest between the five local highschool football teams at the restaurant on Rogers Ave. Waldemar won the competition, finishing three burgers in five minutes.
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Jamie Mitchell  Times Record - Steve Golron, front, and Damon Morland with the Ben Geren Golf Course maintainance crew, use a pocket knives to remove goosegrass, Sunday, August 17, 2014, from the chipping green at the park course. Although time consuming, the mechanical method is the least disturbing of the turff.
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Jamie Mitchell  Times Record - Barbara Alexander, left, and Sharon Jeffries put together a bar-b-que dinner for Jeremy Jones, Saturday, August 16, 2014, at the Freedom Temple food tent set-up at N. 33rd and Grand. Members of the church sell bar-b-que ribs, chicken and hot links with all the trimmings on Saturday afternoons as a fundraiser for the church.
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Jamie Mitchell  Times Record - Volunteer C'Ann Hall of J. Walker Salon cuts Rylan Straplin's hair, Sunday, August 17, 2014, during the Wesley United Methodist Church Back-To-School Bash, in the fellowship hall. The annual free event provided more than 175 pairs of shoes, 150 bags of school supplies and haircuts. Pastor Matt Daniels said that the event provided an opportunity for the church to serve not only the neighborhood, but the community at large. Rylan is the 6-year-old son of Michelle and Shawn Straplin of Fort Smith.
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Jamie Mitchell  Times Record - Jeff Hill, left, watches Lee Hackler spin the lock on the safe that local people believe that Ma Baker and her gang stole years ago.
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Jamie Mitchell  Times Record - The cannon ball safe believed to be stolen by Ma Baker and her gang.
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Jamie Mitchell  Times Record - The cannon ball safe believed to be stolen by Ma Baker and her gang.
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Jamie Mitchell  Times Record - Close-up of the upper safe door with patent information below locking mechanisiam.
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BRIAN D. SANDERFORD  TIMES RECORD Local author Quinn Loftis shares her knowledge of writing and self publishing during a talk and book signing on Friday, Aug. 15, 2014 at the Fort Smith Public Library Main Branch. Loftis is the author of 12 novels including Fate and Fury a USA Today bestseller. Loftis was named UtopYA 2013 Author of the Year and also was awarded Book of the Year (Elfin), and Best Supernatural Series of the Year (The Grey Wolves) among other awards.
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BRIAN D. SANDERFORD  TIMES RECORD Local author Quinn Loftis shares her knowledge of writing and self publishing during a talk and book signing on Friday, Aug. 15, 2014 at the Fort Smith Public Library Main Branch. Loftis is the author of 12 novels including Fate and Fury a USA Today bestseller. Loftis was named UtopYA 2013 Author of the Year and also was awarded Book of the Year (Elfin), and Best Supernatural Series of the Year (The Grey Wolves) among other awards.
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BRIAN D. SANDERFORD  TIMES RECORD The Southside High School Rebel Band performs in the gymnasium Friday, Aug. 15, 2014 during it's Summer Concert. The band includes a larger number of percussionist this year that will be front and center during football games. Southside's first home game will be played on Sept. 26 against Bentonville.
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BRIAN D. SANDERFORD  TIMES RECORD Local author Quinn Loftis shares her knowledge of writing and self publishing during a talk and book signing on Friday, Aug. 15, 2014 at the Fort Smith Public Library Main Branch. Loftis is the author of 12 novels including Fate and Fury a USA Today bestseller. Loftis was named UtopYA 2013 Author of the Year and also was awarded Book of the Year (Elfin), and Best Supernatural Series of the Year (The Grey Wolves) among other awards.
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BRIAN D. SANDERFORD  TIMES RECORD Matt Clay, from right, looks on as friends Keldon Alverson, Erik Williams and Rush unload his T-Rex motorcycle at Kay Rodgers Park after checking in for the Slamily Reunion Auto Show on Friday, Aug. 15, 2014. The custom car, truck and bike show continues today from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
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BRIAN D. SANDERFORD  TIMES RECORD Matt Clay of Mount Ida drives his T-Rex motorcycle, complete with a wheelchair rack he fabricated, around Kay Rodgers Park after checking in for the Slamily Reunion Auto Show on Friday, Aug. 15, 2014. The custom car, truck and bike show continues today from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
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