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Living Legend: Arkansas Living celebrates 75 years

  With great sadness, we announce the loss of our beloved, longtime former Editor Ouida Cox, who died in October. Affectionately called “Miss Ouida,” she was a trailblazer who dedicated six decades of service to the cooperatives and our members. Semisesquicentennial. It’s a long word for a long span of time. With this issue, Arkansas

A tasty trip back in time: Arkansas Living recipes through the decades

Arkansas Living has always been about Arkansas eating. It’s a tradition that began with the very first edition of Arkansas REA News in November of 1946, which featured “News for REA Homemakers,” with tips on freezing fruits and vegetables. Ever since, many Arkansas families’ favorite, time-honored dishes have originated from these pages. In celebration of

A real wingding: Stuttgart’s Wings Over the Prairie Festival

Stuttgart thinks no small thoughts. Signs along roadways entering town proclaim it as the “Rice and Duck Capital of the World.” Stuttgart’s wildfowl fame will be celebrated during Thanksgiving weekend at the Wings Over the Prairie Festival. Held nearly every autumn since 1936, the iconic event is returning this fall after a COVID-caused hiatus in