Golden Goodness – Classic, comforting Arkansas cornbread

In November of an election year, with so much talk about red and blue, let’s turn our attention — and our appetites —  to a more harmonious, healing color. To the amber-edged, glorious gold of hot-from-the-oven cornbread. Simple yet soulful, cornbread is the edible equivalent of a hug. It offers warm and welcoming relief when

Arkansas Air & Military Museum – a top-flight Fayetteville attraction

Big as a whale, the C-130 Hercules awes and dazzles visitors to the Arkansas Air & Military Museum at Fayetteville’s Drake Field. They can walk up the plane’s rear ramp into the yawning cargo bay, spacious enough to carry 92 soldiers or a tank and other hardware. The museum also tells personal stories as captivating

Helping our neighbors – Arkansas electric co-ops help restore power in hurricane-damaged Louisiana

For Mike Matty, construction foreman for Arkansas Electric Cooperatives, Inc. (AECI), the devastation he and his fellow crew members encountered in southern Louisiana in the aftermath of Hurricane Laura was like a “war scene.” “Everything’s destroyed, houses have exploded,” Matty said in an interview in late September while working for Beauregard Electric Cooperative in DeRidder,