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December 2013 Issue

Christmas Honors V: Commit again to a unique tradition
Rarely have so many hands reached eagerly to work as they have for Christmas Honors, the community-led placement of wreaths at every headstone in the Fort Smith National Cemetery.
Fort Smith's Diverse Cuisine
Travel and food writer Kat Robison delivers her opinion that Fort Smith has the most diverse restaurant cuisine in the state. From her new book, Classic Eateries of the Ozarks and the River Valley.
Lights, camera - Janice!
Janice Radcliff of Metropolis Hair Studio brushes up actors to keep her artistry fresh.
Remembering John Bell, Jr.
The late artist John Bell, Jr. first impressed his high school classmates with his illustrations for the 1958 Fort Smith High School yearbook, The Bruin.
Seeing history made – and holding it in his hands
Descendants of slave owners give a gift of identity and history to a slave's great-great-great grandson
She Can Go Home Again
Childhood dreams can come true, a native now living in Italy reflects after finding her heart’s desires in a Christmas visit to her hometown

November 2013 Issue

A Handcrafted Home with Secrets and Memories
Living in her father's "underground" home delights his daughter.
Cornerstone to be set for the Hall of Honor of U.S. Marshals Museum
Two days of programs, Nov. 8-9, surround the setting of a cornerstone for the future U.S. Marshals Museum Hall of Honor.
Holiday Open House
It's the weekend to visit holiday open houses. Dates and times here!
Hotstuff: Seeing through a kid's eyes
Linda enjoys the reading and writing styles of two youngsters.
Josiah Hawley lends his voice to Food Bank
Tonight! Nov. 30 - Josiah Hawley's midnight show is open to all ages at Choctaw Casino, Pocola. $20.
Junior League's Holiday Market | 20th Anniversary of Shopping to Support Good Works in Our Area
Behind the holiday gift buying, JLFS is helping children succeed.

October 2013 Issue

At Fairview Elementary, Peachtree Hospice employees enjoy helping kids as their Partners in Education
New Partners in Education Peachtree Hospice are getting comfortable with their young “partners,” the students of Fairview Elementary.
Bumpy and oddly shaped is the new orange and round
Bumpy and oddly shaped is the new orange and round – not on fashion runways but in the pumpkin patch.
Lights, Camera, Capturing Dreams
There's a film crew following the Northside High School band. Dreams are being lived on both sides of the lens.
The Show Must Go On
A sparkling new facelift dresses the Fort Smith Little Theatre for a new season and years to come.

September 2013 Issue

Hotstuff: A hairy tale – still in progress
While waiting for her new mystery hair to emerge, Linda reviews the history of her many hairstyles.
Loving the healthy life on the Rockin' J Ranch
One Fort Smith couple has grown to love their healthy lifestyle on top of Mount Gayler.

August 2013 Issue

Back to the Wall
Thirty years later, original artists reunite to restore the giant Van Buren floodwall mural
Sew Hannah
At 20 and still in college, Hannah Morehart of Fort Smith has already launched a fashion line of embellished, high-waisted Levi's shorts for women.

July 2013 Issue

Annual Wedding Issue 2013
Follow the stories of four real-life weddings. The wedded couples have shared their ideas, resources and advice for having your own wonderful wedding.
Belle Starr Antiques Mall is a magnet for downtown Fort Smith visitors
Belle Starr Antique Mall owner Beth Templeton celebrates her third year in business in July. Her store has become both a real-life and virtual community with customers browsing in person and online.
Jenni & Nick Crawford
Jenni & Nick Crawford's big wedding at Immaculate Conception included the bride and groom trying to surprise one another in sweet ways.
Kallie and Adam Wood
Wet and Wonderful Anyway: Kallie and Adam Wood
Laken & Chad Adair
Laken Littlefield and Chad Adair have been sweethearts since junior high. Even though their wedding was professionally planned, the ceremony held one unscripted moment they’ll never forget. Love and l
Phyllis & Jimmy Poole
Phyllis and Jimmy Poole were a bit older than your usual bride and groom. But they feel blessed to have found their one and only love in each other.

June 2013 Issue

Summer Sports Camps and Programs for Kids
Serve, swing, shoot, bounce, spike! Summer sports camps and opportunities for kids.
Twice the Fun at Half the Speed!
Frank and Diane Kelly love their Tin Lizzie

May 2013 Issue

Cover story: Great Graduates
Fort Smith High School graduates speak of their futures
Crawford County Chronicles begins May 5
A series of historical talks, Crawford Chronicles, begins May 5 at the Drennen-Scott Historic Site.
New Face at the Fort: Lisa Conard Frost
Fort Smith Historic Site leader connects with Fort Smith's rich history

April 2013 Issue

Audubon Ecology Camp gives kids a chance to see the science of saving the earth
The state Audubon Society rents Camp Clearfork in the beautiful Ouachita National Forest to hold the ecology camp, which is led by teachers and qualified instructors for 50-60 students 11 to 12 years
Go by bus, train, trolley, wagon or on foot and enjoy the Heritage Festival, all for free
Go by bus, train, trolley, wagon or on foot and enjoy the Heritage Festival, all for free

March 2013 Issue

A dream sails once more
Ralph and Cheryl Baker sailed the South Seas for 15 years. Now their Flying Lady sails again as a replica built by Baker
A head injury, a murder and an insanity plea connect a pioneer of motion photography to early Fort Smith
Except for a stagecoach wreck that left a stranger in a coma, a famous photographer's connection to Fort Smith would be lost to history.
Raise Your Hand! Calling all volunteers, March 9
A March 9 Volunteer Fair invites volunteers to help at our parks, natural and historical attractions

February 2013 Issue

2013 Readers' Favorites Winners
Enjoy a slideshow of winners of the Readers' Favorites poll.
Fort Smith Regional Art Museum Opens with Smiles
New Regional Art Museum opens with the smiles of the Mona Lisa and museum supporters and benefactors
Humans of Fort Smith is our favorite new thing
One photographer is "falling in love with Fort Smith, one human at a time."
Women Run Arkansas encourages all women to get on their feet
The encouraging, supportive Women Run Arkansas program inspires women to get healthy.

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