Caroling in a Unique Venue

Around Christmas you’re sure to hear Christmas carolers.  But we doubt you’ve ever heard caroling performed in this venue…

At The Heart of the Town

It’s important that your heart is healthy if you want to live a long and productive life.  The same can be said for the life of a town.  So what is at the heart of a town?

Flip This Building

Turn on the tv and you can find shows about flipping properties, but in a moment we’ll take you to meet a man who wants to flip your town.  His mission is to help America’s small towns come back to life…

Helping Rural America

It’s a common story in many small towns and big cities across America.  Many places have downtown buildings that are vacant and in disrepair.  This man decided to do something about it and he began in a place most overlook – rural America…

More Than Buying, Renovating and Selling

You’ve heard of people flipping homes for a living.  For many years, that’s how Ron Drake made part of his living.  However Ron has a passion to do more for rural America that simply buy, renovate and sell homes…

The Invisible Walt Coleman

Walt Coleman has the type of job where he hopes no one even notices he’s there.http://www.ChicagoBearsSite.com  That means he’s had a really good day…

The Man in Stripes

He doesn’t wear a helmet, but he’s running alongside the biggest guys in the NFL every football Sunday. cheap nfl jerseys He’s the man in stripes and he’s got quite a story to tell…

His “Off-Farm” Job

Some folks take a second job to make ends meet.cheap nfl jerseys  Sometimes that second job is something folks are really passionate about, that makes it not seems like work at all.  Perhaps that’s the case for Walt…

The Clinton House Museum

When Kate Johnson began her babysitting job, she had no idea that the folks she was working for would one day become the nation’s first family.  Today she helps oversee one of the museums that tells their story…

Sinclair Oil, Chicken Pot Pies AND a US President!

What’s Sinclair Oil, the invention of the chicken pot pie and a former U.S. president have in common?  It may sound like a joke, but they all have a connection to one specific house…

Bill & Hillary at the U of Arkansas

Regardless your politics, it’s often interesting looking back on the lives of our presidents.  One such place is drawing plenty of attention as the home of a president and the home of a presidential candidate…

The Wedding Capitol of the South

It’s billed as the wedding capital of the south.  The scenic beauty draws couples here and perhaps some legislation initially helped people tie the know as well.

All Seven Stories With A Ground Floor

FJ Alaska Banner AdImagine a seven story hotel in which each floor is a ground floor.  We’ll take you to the town where that unusual site and much more still attracts thousands…

Water Is Their Livelihood

FJ Alaska Banner AdIf you think water is just water, then don’t tell the folks in this small town, because it’s the water they owe for their livelihood…

Dreams of Becoming a Vet

He had dreams of becoming a vet, and while that did not come true, his work today is certainly a position well recognized in the world of agriculture…

Rounding Up the Island Herd

Every fall there is a round-up of the herd here just outside of Salt Lake City, Utah.  You can even bring a horse, or rent one and help corral hundreds of bison roaming one of the largest islands in the nation…

Grazing Animals on an Island

Until the 1960s, ranchers took animals by a barge from the mainland to this island for grazing.  The vast rangeland was difficult the reach and winter storms could produce swells of ten feet or more on the lake.  Yet, ranching continued here for well over a century.  We’ll go to that once hard to reach spot…

The Lone Ranger, Silver and Tonto

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No matter your age, you’ve most likely heard of the Lone Ranger, his horse Silver and his faithful Indian companion Tonto who fought for law and justice.  They are fictional characters…but many believe they are based on real men and events.  Who could that real-life inspiration be?

Wanted Dead or Alive

Perhaps you’ve heard the phrase, “Wanted, Dead or Alive!”  It certainly was used on some occasions, but near Ft. Smith, Arkansas, the term was of little use to the U.S. Marshalls.  They definitely wanted to catch the wanted fugitive, and they most certainly wanted them alive…..

A Long Walk Behind the Wagon

If a fugitive is captured, they are usually transported to a jail to await a hearing before a court of law. That’s what happened here in Ft. Smith, Arkansas. However, the time from capture to courtroom was often interrupted by a very long walk behind a wagon…..