Sep 8, 2013
Kate Adams wears history well
A tumbled brick dock structure is a relic from Arkansas City's days of prosperity that ended with the 1927 Mississippi River flood.
The right's ridiculous EBONY outrage
In the early 1930s, there was no black high school in John H. Johnson 's native Arkansas City, Arkansas.
Historic Desha County Landmark Becoming Museum
The University of Arkansas at Monticello will receive $150,000 from the state General Improvement Fund to restore former Gov. Xenophon Overton Pindall 's Arkansas City law office to its original condition.
The City Wire
Editor's note: Maylon Rice is a former newspaper reporter, columnist and editor at several newspapers over the past 40 years.
New Pittsburgh Courier Online
This Week In Black History
For the week of June 19-26 June 19 1865-The Juneteenth Celebration begins. June 19, 1865 marks the day that many Blacks actually became free, especially those in Texas.