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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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Holi celebration in Rogers

Brody Hill, 17, of Bentonville, center, laughs as he and other participants throw colored powder on one another Saturday, April 5, 2014, during an observance of Holi, the Indian Festival of Colors, sponsored by the Indian Cultural Association of Northwest Arkansas in downtown Rogers. In an addition to my assignment for this event, I was […]

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Prairie Grove FFA Ranch Rodeo

Chuck Phillips of Lowell loses his hat as he sorts calves while competing in a working cow horse sorting and trailer loading competition Saturday, March 29, 2014, during a ranch rodeo to benefit the Prairie Grove FFA program at Willow Springs Ranch in Prairie Grove. My wife rides and she stumbled upon and advertisement this […]

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City Council votes to conserve Mount Kessler

Bob Caulk, chairman of the Fayetteville Natural Heritage Association, left, leads a standing ovation Tuesday, Feb. 18, 2014, for Frank and Sara Sharp during a meeting of the Fayetteville City Council where the Council voted to dedicate $1.5 million in partnership with the Fayetteville Natural Heritage Association and the Walton Family Trust to purchase 376 […]

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Saturday school in Huntsville

Longtime custodian Tobe Bohannan, who still works at the age of 100, greets students Saturday, Feb. 15, 2014, as they exit busses and begin their school day in Huntsville. While working on a story about Saturday school at Huntsville, which has missed 18 days of school because of snow, I ran into Bohannan as he […]

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Headline: Snownan down….Snowman down…

Reader Roy Emerson sent us this photo today, but because we are passed deadline — due to the weather — we were not be able to publish it. I thought it was too funny not to share it with everyone. Photo by Roy Emerson — Max and Darius Emerson having fun with snowmen in Fayetteville.

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Winter storms brings snow, ice

Keaton Boardman, a freshman at the University of Arkansas from Eureka Springs, pushes a car stuck on the ice on Lafayette Street Sunday, Feb. 2, 2014, as snow falls in Fayetteville. In a matter of an hour, a light snow turned treacherous as roads became icy and snow-covered in Northwest Arkansas. It was surprising to […]

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Fayetteville High School Colors Day coronation

Angel Sigears, a senior at Fayetteville High School, left, smiles as she is greeted by friends after it was announced that she was to be crowned Colors Day queen following a coronation ceremony Thursday, Jan. 30, 2014, for Sigears and her court in the school’s gymnasium. Fayetteville High will host Rogers Heritage High School Feb. […]

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Mill Creek OHV Trail

Kevin Swindle of Springfield, Mo., right, and friend Gary Vernon of Bella Vista ride Sunday, Jan. 26, 2014, on the Mill Creek Off-Highway Vehicle Trail in the Ozark-St. Francis National Forest in Madison County. The 42 miles of trails were designed for use by all-terrain vehicles, mountain bicycles and horses and are managed by the […]

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