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First Same-Sex Marriage in Arkansas

On Saturday I drove to Eureka Springs, which has the only courthouse in Arkansas that is open on Saturday to issue marriage licenses. A line began to develop, with one couple have slept in their car overnight. What made this so different is that the couples were mostly same-sex couples. Pulaski County Circuit Judge Chris Piazza […]

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Shrek: The Musical

Thursday night I was able to photograph Har-Ber High School’s production of “Shrek: The Musical.” Wow. What fun. They have a large cast and a live orchestra. One of the best parts was watching a large group of actors have to rush off stage and change part their costumes and rush back onstage. There is a lot of work […]

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Harlem Wizards vs. Springdale Chicken Chuckers

Monday night I took pictures of the Harlem Wizards Trick-Hoops & Alley-Oops basketball team at Har-Ber High School to raise money for scholarships. The Wizards played the Springdale Chicken Chuckers, which consisted of local teachers, school administrators and community leaders. The Wizards are a very athletic and entertaining team. If they weren’t delivering high flying […]

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NWA Naturals Home Opener against Frisco

I had the privilege of covering the NWA Naturals home opener Thursday night at Arvest Ballpark in Springdale. It hasn’t been until the last five years or so I began to really enjoy photographing baseball. It may seem boring for some, but it is a sport that keeps a photographer on their toes. You have […]

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Springdale vs. Russellville

Tonight I photographed my first basketball game of the season. I missed shooting basketball. I’m glad Springdale High was the first game I was able to shoot. The girls team is much improved and the boys team was a treat to photograph and watch. Here are a few images from the boys and girls game. […]

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Springdale Har-Ber defeats Little Rock Catholic

Let me start by saying I love 7 p.m. start times for football games. I think that makes everyone’s life a little easier. Well at least people with a looming deadline. The Springdale Fire Department Honor Guard provided a special pre-game salute to veterans with an enormous American flag hung from one of the ladder […]

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SHS and Har-Ber’s La Tomatina

The Springdale High School and Springdale Har-Ber High School AP Spanish class got together to celebrate La Tomatina, a Spanish festival where participants throw tomatoes at each other. Their were approximately 120 students split into two teams this year making it their biggest crowd yet. To decide which team got to throw first, the students […]

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Rodeo of the Ozarks, Thursday, July 4

I love the Rodeo of the Ozarks. I look forward to shooting it every year since it is the only time I usually cover these kinds of events. Our coverage this evening was focusing on the bareback riding competition and there were good horses at the rodeo this year. I hope I do the Rodeo […]

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Walmart Neighborhood Market Standoff

A man was arrested this morning at a Springdale Neighborhood Market after he brandished a gun at officers and barricaded himself in his vehicle, said Capt. Mike Peters of the Springdale Police Department. At least one officer fired shots when the man brandished the gun, but Peters said there were no apparent injuries. Here are […]

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Scott County Flooding

NWA Media photographer Andy Shupe spent his Friday capturing images from Scott County after they received severe flooding Thursday night. Here is what he saw.

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