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December 2014 Issue

A Holiday Home Tour Opens Four Doors to present beautiful decorations and cheer
Four doors will open to a beautiful Holiday Open House Tour Dec. 7.
Country and Comedy in January at Choctaw Casino Pocola
Leann Rimes and Vicki Lawrence perform in January concerts.
Messenger Boys Run with the Family Tradition
Young runners Keldon and Jackson Messenger are following in their father’s footsteps. Literally.

November 2014 Issue

Holiday Market makes shopping fun in order to assist many children in need
It's more than a party - although Holiday Market is certainly plenty of fun
Inner Space Explorer: James Kirkendall
Photographer James Kirkendall talks his way into closed spaces and forgotten places
Pickle what? Silly name for some serious fun!
Pickleball has nothing to do with gherkins. Writer Candise Montemayor gets initiated.
Plenty of cousins are something to be thankful for
Cousins can also be best friends.
Serving Up Real Life On A Blog: Kristan Roland
Wife. Mom. Blogger. Entrepreneur. Kristan Roland, creator of the blog Confessions of a Cookbook Queen, shares humor with her sweet dessert recipes.
Sometimes the story just walks right by – how a snapshot became our cover
There's a story behind this little soldier marching in the 2013 Veterans Day parade at Chaffee Crossing.
Surprises and surprise parties help Marlin Hoge celebrate his 100th birthday all month
After the Red Barn Restaurant burned earlier this year, Marlin Hoge and his sweetheart, Marguerite Carney, were surprised when a framed page of this magazine survived the fire and was returned to them
Veterans Day? November is Veterans Month around here
Parades, ceremonies and other gatherings will celebrate veterans beyond Veterans Day.
Walk a new trail, turn a lathe at Hardwood Tree Museum Day Nov. 8
While it is still a museum without walls, the Hardwood Tree Museum is literally alive and growing on 8 wooded acres adjacent to the River Valley Nature Center at Chaffee Crossing in Fort Smith.

October 2014 Issue

A Garden at the Garrison
The re-creation of the Officers' Wives Garden at the Fort Smith Museum of History tells a lot about life in the 1850s at Fort Smith.
Cheerful Rivalry
Hannah and Rachel Null continue family traditions.
Let's Go in the Vardo
Getting ready to get there is half the fun for Greer Farris.
Two Coaches Who Left Their Mark on Fort Smith Athletics
Retired coaches Jim Wyatt and Bill Crowder are two of this city’s transplanted improvers.

September 2014 Issue

A Groundbreaking Celebration will honor 225 years of true grit
Sept. 24 - Two celebrations in one: Celebrate the 225th Anniversary of the U.S. Marshals Service and the Groundbreaking for the U.S. Marshals Museum.
Hotstuff: Don't miss this party for the U.S. Marshals and their museum!
Let's gather again for the groundbreaking of the U.S. Marshals Museum and the 225th anniversary of the Marshals Service.
There’s something new at Northside High School and it sounds as great as it looks!
Fine Arts building expansion at Northside High School creates huge new space for band, orchestra and choir.

August 2014 Issue

Hotstuff: The many things a library can be
A library is more than books.
Vote Yes for Our Library
Letter from the Editors: Entertainment Fort Smith Supports our Public Library
When David Webb comes to help, he is unstoppable
Children worldwide benefit from David Webb's creative, determined aid

July 2014 Issue

Betsy & Robert Cloninger: Before God and this company
Robert and Betsy Cloninger courted long distance before their hometown wedding.
Four Beautiful Weddings
Four local couples share the stories of their engagements, wedding planning and honeymoons.
Love in the Fall: Michele and Charles Alley
Charles and Michele Alley had a memorable proposal and a beautiful autumn wedding.
Simply Wed: Katie and Nick Martin
Katie Hembree and Nick Martin combined traditional and contemporary ideas to make their wedding reflect their own unique style.
Walk with Me: Kaitlin and Ben Cox
Kaitlin and Ben Cox walked down the aisle and kept on walking – for 600 miles.

June 2014 Issue

Get outside! Outdoor Summer Fun for Kids
Area swimming pool hours and the River Valley Nature Center programs and schedule.

May 2014 Issue

Lucy helped lead the way – hundreds have followed
The vast Partners in Education program started with one business and one school.
May is Western Heritage Month
Many days in May will rev the town up for the Old Fort Days Rodeo. Western Heritage Month has a tug-of-war, 5K Race, costume contest, Safe Kids Fair and more – plus the traditional Old Fort Days Rodeo
The CALL seeks to enlist, encourage and support local foster parents
The CALL prepares those who may become foster parents.

April 2014 Issue

80 years of helping girls become strong, smart and bold
Founded in 1934, Girls Inc. has always been for the girl of today.
April Designer Show House Preview
As a benefit for Project Compassion, the April Designer Show House will offer tours of a beautiful Fort Smith home, decorated by professional interior designers. We have a sneak p
From Arkansas to Mars? Maybe.
His dreams are out of this world

March 2014 Issue

A Storehouse of History
Step inside Fort Smith’s longest-surviving landmark – the Commissary Storehouse.
Hot Stuff
Remembering some good times on horseback for two generations of horsey girls.
Photographers capture tender moments
Photographer devotes her life to capturing tender moments
Sue and Floyd Have Retired, But the Parkers Never Do
They had a great retirement plan until Sue and Floyd Robison began portraying characters that endure in local history.

February 2014 Issue

Taking Her Design Business Wherever It Grows
The owner of Jo Waite Interiors has learned to push through boundaries to her business growth
You Picked 'Em - The 2014 Readers' Favorite Poll
Here they are - the Favorites in Entertainment, Shopping and Dining for 2014

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