Piece by Piece – Arkansas Quilt Trails:  An emerging patchwork

A quilt is not always quilted. These days, it may be a colorful pattern painted on wood and displayed on the wall of a barn or other building as part of the expanding Arkansas Quilt Trails network. Travelers passing through any of five counties — Stone, Searcy, Van Buren, Perry and Baxter — can admire

Willie Wiredhand: A symbol of co-op pride

More than 60 years ago, a dramatic courtroom battle took place between investor-owned utilities (IOUs) and rural electric cooperatives. The subject of the dispute: whether or not the rural electric cooperatives could have their own mascot — Willie Wiredhand — separate and distinct from the IOU mascot dubbed Reddy Kilowatt. The Reddy Kilowatt character, established

Three Chicks Feed, Seed and Café rules the roost

What do you get when three best friends buy a feed and seed store and decide to offer food to customers? Three Chicks Feed, Seed and Café just outside of Texarkana, where you can get a glimpse of yesterday. Julie Miller, Dee Dee Rogers and Angie Watson worked together at the Texarkana Country Club for