Pamela Rayburn removes the spent blooms from her sister, Rebecca Bayless's rose garden at her come on Miller County 15 Monday evening. Bayless estimates to have around 150 roses between two gardens on either side of her home. "My sister and I love to compete, but in the end we help each other with our roses," said Bayless.
Tyrique Myers, left, tries his best to keep a serious face as Veronica Walker, center, tickles him and Korbin Walker to cheer them up after going a few points down in a game of bible baseball with members of their church at Mt. Sinai House of Prayer Wednesday evening. "No sad feelings allowed on Jesus's land," said Veronica Walker as the boys were brought to laughter.
James Taylor, United States Army Military Intelligence Corps.
"I took an oath when I began my career in the Uniited States Army Military Intelligence Corps and to this day I've never disclosed certain details of my work with anyone. I take a lot of pride in that."
Pastor James Stewart sits in the handmade pews that were made along with the original building for Columbus Baptist Church in 1893 in Columbus, Ark. Recent Storms brought in high winds that damaged the walls of the historic church giving the structure a slight lean to the left. "We can't have church in here, it's not safe," said Stewart. Stewart awaits word from adjusters to see about the future of the over 100 year old building. "Having to tear down this building would be heartbreaking, but we will survive as a church," said Stewart.
Columbus Baptist Church Pastor James Stewart looks at the shift in the walls of the church that leave it with a slight lean to the left. "This is an old building, it doesn't have the support of a modern design," said Stewart.
Members of the Texarkana Arkansas Fire Department work to stabilize a brick wall after a woman drove into the 7-11 Liquor Beer-Wine store on State Line Avenue Monday afternoon. The cause of the accident was unknown and neither the driver or infant passenger sustained any injuries.
Teammates hug and celebrate with Pleasant Grove center fielder Aubrey Ashby after she made a two run hit to win the game in the last play of their Region II-4A Semifinal against Sanger at Texas A&M University Commerce in Commerce, Texas Thursday evening. Pleasant Grove won the game 2-1.
John Wade, left, and Randy Wade corral cattle towards a trailer for transport to higher ground Tuesday afternoon in Ogden, Ark. Cattle all throughout Little River County are having to be moved and penned to ensure their safety with the potential for flooding in the coming week. John Wade and numerous farmers, ranchers, and friends have taken time off work to work in shifts to help people in the area secure their cattle and farming equipment from being in a potential flood area.
Birds living under the U.S Highway 259 bridge near Pecan Point in survival mode frantically go back and forth from the bank to their homes with mud and materials to reinforce their nests as the Red River gradually rises a few feet from their homes Wednesday afternoon.
Pleasant Grove's Kimmie Atienza reaches down for a ground hit during game one against Krum in the Region II-4A Finals at Texas A&M University Commerce in Commerce, Texas Thursday evening. Pleasant Grove won the first game of the series 4-3.
Pleasant Grove Softball Assistant Coach Becca Collum celebrates with the team during game one against Krum in the Region II-4A Finals at Texas A&M University Commerce in Commerce, Texas Thursday evening. Pleasant Grove won the first game of the series 4-3.
Clayton Wells, from left, Michael Waddell, Shavanna Waddell, Chris Crowson, Lane Hannibal, and Mark Hannibal work against the clock to fill sandbags to support a 4 foot high levee that runs along the inside of a 10 foot trench surrounding Mark Hannibal's home located near the border of Texarkana, Ark. and Little River County Friday evening. "I was here in 1990, I know what happens and I have a plan this time around," said Mark Hannibal. 'I'm not going to lose my home and we're going to stay here as long as we can."