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Listening to the Call of the Wild

Every year thousands of people come to Stuttgart, Arkansas to listen to calls from the wild that are worth thousands of dollars in prize money. …

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An Unusual Herd

Farms come in many shapes and sizes, raising crops, livestock and many other combinations.  But in central Arkansas, there is a centuries-old farm that has…

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The Second Governor of Arkansas

He was the second governor of Arkansas – a U.S. Senator and a man who led troops in battle.  However he may best be known…

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A Man Who Voted to Stay With the Union

During the Civil War, some states along the border of north and south had two state governments, one aligned with the union and the other…

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One of the Oldest Homes in Fayetteville

It’s one of the oldest homes in Fayetteville, Arkansas.  When you know the list of occupants, you really get a snapshot of the history of…

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A Museum That Curates the Old

You think of a museum as a place that preserves the old.  Here, the museum curates the old, but it’s also a link to this…

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Filling Up the Empty Storefronts

Storefronts that were once full, were empty.  What could be done?  How could a small town of 1000 turn it around?  Here’s one place making…

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A Town Making a Turnaround

Today we say hello to our listeners on KTLO in Mountain Home, Arkansas.  Today’s feature is all about a town in there area making a…

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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… SharePrintEmail

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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…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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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… SharePrintEmail

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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…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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