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A nose for the missing

Arkansas search and rescue dogs — and their handlers — answer the call Several summers ago, Mark Fonville of North Little Rock got an alarming call. Hours earlier, his octogenarian mother, Leta Fonville, had had a disagreement with his dad. To clear her head, she’d taken off for a walk in the Ozark National Forest

Attention, shutterbugs!

We are accepting photo submissions for our Arkansas Living 2022 Calendar, which will be mailed with our December issue. We seek original photos that showcase the year-round natural beauty of Arkansas. (With the exceptional snow we received in 2021, we are especially looking forward to wintry photos!) Submission guidelines: • Photos can feature Arkansas nature,

The struggle for equality

Heritage trail traces Little Rock’s role in the civil rights movement Sixty-four years ago this month, Little Rock was the site of the Central High Desegregation Crisis, one of the most prominent events in the nation’s civil rights movement. Today, the story of the crisis is part of the city’s Arkansas Civil Rights Heritage Trail.