Arkansas sent four athletes to the 2015 Special Olympics World Games in Los Angeles and each one came home with medals exceeding pre-Olympic expectations.
Going over the plansMose Johnson, right, of Johnson and Son General Contractors, points out the areas at Sam Smith Stadium to Boar’s Head plant manager Tim Bothum, left, that will receive a facelift headed into the 2015 prep season. The stadium’s home bleachers will be repainted, as will both goal posts and other smaller projects. Boar’s Head is partnering with the community to continue to be involved with the school district, according to Bothum. All of the work at Sam Smith Stadium is expected to be completed in time for the Sept. 4 season-opening home game. Photo by Fred Conley.
It has been suggested that the best use of a lob wedge is an anchor for a duck decoy! Au contraire!
Greene County Tech’s boys captured the team title and Paragould’s Eli Williams walked away with medalist honors in the Rams Invitational golf tournament Tuesday at Paragould Country Club.
Tuesday proved to be one of the hottest practice days so far for the Forrest City Mustangs, who are well into their second full week of summer drills.
The Pittsburgh Pirates have had the lead against the St. Louis Cardinals in all four games they have played at Busch Stadium this season.
The 2015 Times-Herald Professor Pigskin Football Contest is scheduled to start on Tuesday, Sept. 1.
Forrest City’s Curt Coleman finished second in a three-person golf match Monday against Heber Springs played at the Red Apple Country Club and Golf Course.
We’ve talked about correcting the slice swing path, now let’s fix the slice grip.
The Forrest City Junior High Mustang football team has revised its practice schedule for this week.
Week Two of high school football summer drills begin today for area teams.