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July 21st, 2014
FORT SMITH (AP) â€” The president of Oklahoma City-based Hobby Lobby says a Bible museum to hold his family's collection in Washington, D.C. is expected to open in 2017.
The Times Record reports Steve Green spoke to some 600 attendants of the Fort Smith Mayor's Prayer Breakfast on Friday. The Christian Business Men's Committee invited him to speak at the event more than a year ago.
Green says the museum will display his family's extensive collection of biblical artifacts. The collection is one of the world's largest private collections of biblical antiquities.
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LITTLE ROCK â€” In honor of Baptist Healthâ€™s former CEO and President Russ Harringtonâ€™s retirement after 40 years of service to Baptist Health, the Board of Directors renamed the Little Rock hospital campus the Russell D. Harrington, Jr. Campus.
New signage located at the front entrance of the campus as you enter and exit the interstate was unveiled recently. More than 325 employees, friends, and family made a monetary donation to Baptist Health Foundation and a keepsake book with their names was presented to Harrington at System Update on the same day as the unveiling.
Laura Presley, 12 watches the experiment that the science club did on Wednesday, July 17. They learned about different colors and wavelengths, behavior of electrons, light and its properties and how itâ€™s generated. (Photo by Mi Vaughn available MDR website)
Firefighters work to douse debris on fire after a Malaysian jet was shot down in Ukraine. Officials say the plane was carrying 295 people.