Concerts in Park continues with Neckid Rednecks show
(Local News ~ 07/15/16)
A unique form of "outlaw" country music takes the stage next week as the Mountain Home Arts Council presents the Neckid Rednecks. Free and open to the public, the concert runs from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. July 22 in Carl Miller Park. Based out of Idaho, the Neckid Rednecks feature four musicians with their own unique country sound, concert organizers said. They are sometimes caught hanging out with noted country musicians, including Pinto Bennett, Kip Attaway and Chris Wall...
Learning to bowl
(High School Sports ~ 07/15/16)
Charles Fogleman watches as the ball knocks down seven pins as the seven year old makes his first attempt at bowling during a practice session on Friday. Fogleman was one of 20 children enrolled in the city parks and recreation department's adventure camp program to try out the new equipment last week. ...
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