Honoring the Importance of Agriculture

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The Plantation Agriculture Museum was the first state-owned agriculture museum  William Pinkney Dortch arrived in the Pulaski/Lonoke County, Ark., area before the Civil War and...

Couple Rebuilds History

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After years of disrepair, Clyde and Janet Beal have restored Britain Mill Clyde and Janet Beal own the stunning Britain Mill on Turnback Creek, Mo....

Still Standing Strong

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An almost-forgotten cabin has been reclaimed by family members Keith Parker is a master builder and fabricator. He should be; he started when he was...

150 Years Strong

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Walker, Mo., began with the expansion of the railroad system The city of Walker, Mo., owes its existence to the coming of the railroad on...

In the Business of Christmas

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The Lollis Family has been growing holiday cheer since the 1970s Many families make selecting a holiday tree from a Christmas tree farm an annual...

Something to Talk About

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Talking Rocks Cavern has a deep history in the Ozarks landscape There’s a lot of talk in Stone County, Mo. — rock talk, to be...

Fishing For Generations

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I.F. Anderson Farms began on 800 acres in 1949 When considering a Farm Family of the Year, mental images of cattle, chickens and pigs or...

35 Years in the Niche Business

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Kincaid Seed Company processes products that other companies don’t offer Jaret Kincaid is a fourth-generation farmer who grew up on the Kincaid family farm in...

Old Jail Serves as a Reminder of History

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Logan County, Ark., group maintains a museum that continues to evolve  In 1871, a small log building serving as the first Logan County, Ark., county...

The Trilogy of a Courthouse

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The Jasper County Courthouse has a unquie appearance and history Jasper County’s third courthouse in Carthage, Mo., is a source of pride to the area...
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