Richard Cramer, right, helps his grandson Tyris Crowell build a model car in Cramer's groovy room Wednesday, Nov. 4, 2015. "These kids are thinkers, they don't sit around being lazy they are always working on a project," said Cramer.
Chayta Mills, left, and Emily Bonner with the Salvation Army decorate the Angel Tree Friday morning at the Central Mall. The event was the official kick-off of the annual Salvation Army Red Kettle Drive and Angel Tree.
Charline Gaunitz stands for a portrait amongst the Christmas display she's been working on since 1992 at her home on North Akin Avenue Wednesday night. "I started out with one piece and it steadily grew from there," said Gaunitz. "People line up and wait for me to turn it on sometimes."
Peggy Pryor wears a sweatshirt in rememberance for Pamela Harris who was shot and killed in June of 2014. Pamela Harris was the mother of Nashville's star player Trent Harris. Pryor, who is Trent Harris's aunt makes sure to wear her sweatshirt proudly to the Scrapper games on Friday nights. "I know Pamela will be looking down on him on Saturday with lots of love," said Pryor. Nashville play Prairie Grove Saturday in the 4A State Championship at War Memorial Stadium in Little Rock, Ark.
Elizabeth Brown, right, looks down at Spencer Brown as he stares at the Spinosaurus at the T-REX Planet show Sunday afternoon at the Four States Fairgrounds. "Everything dinosaurs are his love right now," said Spencer Brown's mother Carey Brown.
Kirk Defoor talks to his neighbors on the phone while walking on his front deck into his home on Riverside Drive in Little River County Tuesday, Dec. 29, 2015. The rising of the Red River has flooded his road and many of the homes in the area. "There's nothing I can do about it so I refuse to get really upset. I've got flood insurance and I'm thankful for that. I'll be able to get my house in order," said Defoor.