The Electric Cooperative Youth Tour 2018 – Arkansas students tour nation’s capital

At times, it seems that only negativity emanates from Washington, D.C. For many years now, it hasn’t been uncommon for people to express frustration regarding anything related to our nation’s capital. Yet, the Electric Cooperatives of Arkansas just sent 40 young people to visit this place, as we have done every year since 1990. To

Fly Away Forward

Songwriter Albert E. Brumley hoped to cement his legacy through a foundation for music. His granddaughter, Betsy, made that dream come true. If someone asked you to name a spiritual song, two choices would probably come to mind — “Amazing Grace” and “I’ll Fly Away.” The latter was written by the late Albert E. Brumley,

67 Grill offers fun, great food

For Heidi and Stacey Morrison, the 67 Grill is a family venture. Originally located in Friendship, the couple and their children, Judson Doran, Melissa Heft and Madelyn Morrison, along with other family members, operate the grill in downtown Arkadelphia. The Friendship location provided a great opportunity for the couple to “get their feet wet” and

A Trip of a Lifetime

Don’t just take our word for it, hear the stories of the 2018 Youth Tour delegates as they describe their experiences during their week-long trip to Washington, D.C., in June.