Burgers Maid-Rite in the Ozarks

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Tradition is a familiar word in Brad Sherrell’s world. He is the owner and manager of Rolla’s Maid-Rite Burgers, located on Historic Route 66....

Built for Life

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Jim Litty has been building custom knives of all types for 40 years Custom knife maker Jim Litty crafted his first knife in 1975. “I remember...

50 Years of Caldwell Eggs

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Four generations of the Caldwell family have been involved in the poultry industry Fifty years ago, the Caldwell egg business was a very basic “mom...

Miller Pecan Company

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This family owned and operated business began in 1988 when founder Les Miller found himself in need of a job What started out as a...

All aboard!

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One of the last steam locomotives in operation shares the history of the railroad in the Ozarks In the fall of 1953, the mighty Frisco...

A Cowboy Craftsman

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Rancher Tim Mason has combined his rodeo and metalworking roots into a new business venture Spurs are an essential piece of equipment for horseback riders,...

A One-Of-A-Kind Museum

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St. James, Mo., is home to the only vacuum cleaner exhibit in the U.S. To call Tom Gasko a walking encyclopedia on the history of...

Teaching a Lost Art

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Alice Weger teaches all those who wish to learn at Alice’s Canning Club Alice Weger was born in Pryor, Okla., on a farm in the...

A Street with a History

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Dickson Street: An entertaining street with a long history in Fayetteville, Ark. If you have been around Fayetteville or in Northwest Arkansas for even 10...

Forgotten History

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The Jenson Tunnel is Oklahoma’s first and only railroad tunnel Indian Territory issues and the quest of American railroads to provide service to every area...
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