New Boston Lions' Assistant Coach Brandon Barrett, left, Jordan Harrison, bottom, and Head Coach Byron Henson, center, react to a cooler of water being dumped on them after winning the 10 and under division II state championship.
Things are looking up for the historic First Presbyterian Church building in Nashville, Ark., these days. After a two-year restoration project undertaken by the Howard County Historical Society, the 1912 church has been repaired, repainted and restored. Retired teacher Freddie Horne has been at the forefront of the project for the historical society. Soon, the building will be dedicated as the 1912 E.A. Williams Chapel and Museum.
Danny Thomason creates holes in an polyethylene irrigation pipe used for watering corn Friday, July 1, 2016 at Dean Farms off of FM 296. Compared to traditional methods of watering crops, polytube Irrigation is a cost effective and more water efficient way to water crops creating and plugging holes in the pipe to control and direct water flow.
David Nichols releases his Pluma remote controlled biplane as it flies into the air Thursday, July 28, 2106 at Ravel Stroman Field next to Lake Wright Patman. After taking a 18 year hiatus from flying Nichols says the hobby i