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Do Gooder: Paula Riggs

Paula Riggs grew up in big, noisy family. There were seven children, four girls and three boys. What she remembers most about her parents…

Natural Milk in the Natural State

“The cow is of the bovine ilk; one end is moo, the other milk.” — Ogden Nash, Free Wheeling For decades now, the unique taste…

Becoming Country

You will never really understand how city you are until your life shifts and you find yourself removed from suburbia. I’ve harbored a homestead…

Queen Concordia – August: 1954

In the summer of 1954, on a muggy August night in Tontitown, Arkansas, Antoinette Zulpo (now Pianalto) became a queen. The dress she wore…

Life Above Ground

It was evident early on that Bill Womble’s life would revolve around flight. As a young boy he often spent hours at Tilles Park…

A Fresh Approach to Coffee

Gabe and Kaity Gould, who live in Fort Smith and own Hawk and Horse Coffee Roasting Company, are just beginning to live their dream,…

Big Dreams and Fallen Stars

In a not-yet-released video game, Sky Bridge: Fallen Stars, a zeppelin floats through the air casting a long shadow on the ground in front…

Dirt Can Hurt

I was born and raised on a large Quarter Horse ranch in Northeastern Oklahoma. Getting dirty was just a given. Fixing fences, cleaning stalls,…

Do Gooder: Kamrie Ewing

Kamrie was nominated as a Do South Do-Gooder by Christie Reams On a sweltering day much like this one, Melanie Ewing, of Dover, Arkansas,…