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A Barn in Every County

Renowned Arkansas artist George Dombek chronicles icons of rural Arkansas

Energy makeovers transform Arkansas homes

Leaky ductwork is main culprit

A pumpkin primer

Pumpkins and fall go hand in hand. In addition to the traditional carved Jack-O’lanterns, they are used to add color and interest in the fall garden along with gourds, hay bales and corn stalks. Pumpkins come in all sizes and shapes, from the traditional orange, to white, red, green and striped. There are smooth rinds

You own a power company

Boardwalk. Park Place. Marvin Gardens. Did you ever play the board game Monopoly? The Christmas day Monopoly grudge match was a tradition for my brothers and me. As the oldest of three siblings, it was my objective to win through total domination. As younger brothers, it was their job to topple me from my throne.

Fat Boys Fine Food and Catering won’t leave you hungry

Tony and Sheila Bell, owners of Fat Boys Fine Food and Catering, in Caddo Valley, have a reputation for providing great, genuine Southern hospitality and quality food at their restaurant. And, they have a simple saying for customers, “If you leave hungry, it is your own fault.” On the day of the Let’s Eat visit,

Arkansas electric co-ops help dedicate wind farm

The Origin Wind Farm in Ardmore, Okla., a 17,000-acre facility that has been providing wind energy to electric co-op members in Arkansas since late 2014, was officially dedicated on Sept. 3. The Origin Wind Farm is the largest of three wind farms that are part of the energy resource portfolio of Arkansas Electric Cooperative Corporation

People in their 50s benefit most from low-dose aspirin, report says

Heart-disease preventive may simultaneously reduce colon cancer risk, task force suggests Daily low-dose aspirin is best used as a preventive measure against heart disease for people in their 50s, top U.S. experts in preventive medicine have determined. People in their 60s also can take low-dose aspirin to reduce their risk of heart attack and stroke,

The show goes on at historic Berryville theater

For Regina Clark and her family, operating the historic Main Theatre in downtown Berryville is part of their dedication to the community. “It has been a lifelong commitment to this community; to be here and to run it,” said Regina Clark, who owns the theater and the adjacent Good Times Pizza Co. That commitment began