Hannah Ruth Wallace and Megan Elizabeth Horton were named the top honor graduates at Oglesby High School. Wallace achieved a 3.8 grade point average to earn valedictorian honors, while Horton’s 3.62 GPA made her the salutatorian.
Heavy equipment operators showed their expertise this week when they maneuvered between cars and trees on the courthouse square to unload equipment. Red River Restorations moved back onto the courthouse lawn this week to reinstall the second and third floor windows that have been restored. The work started Wednesday, but was delayed Thursday because of the rain.
By ERIC WADE
The most bittersweet moment for any high school athletics team tends to be the awards banquet that comes at the end of every season. That time marks an opportunity to honor accomplishments, but it also marks the official end to the activities associated with each sport.
Jonesboro High School experienced another very successful year on the athletic scene, and that success was highlighted Tuesday at the annual sports banquet. Coaches Eddie Gallegos, Jeb Dixon and Chris Ashby introduced the teams and reviewed each season.
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