Jun 24, 2012
Pea Festival's never the shell of its former self
From humble south Arkansas roots, the PurpleHull Pea Festival, arguably the biggest annual festival in Emerson, Ark., is past drinking age now and just keeps getting bigger and better.
Sandwiching' in a tour of Johnswood
Johnswood, the name given to the homestead of two Arkansas authors, John Gould Fletcher and his wife, Charlie May Simon, was the location of the monthly 'Sandwiching in History' tour on June 3. The Minimal Traditional-style homestead was designed by architect Max Mayer for the couple and completed around 1941.
The Morning News
3 people die in accidents around state
Three people were killed in motor vehicle accidents Saturday in Union, Sevier and Benton counties, the Arkansas State Police reported.
Mixed budget bag seen in Mount Holly
The town budget is up and the school budget is down in Mount Holly this year, set for voter approval or rejection this Town Meeting Day.
Mount Holly Cemetery, an interactive history book
My interest was piqued after visiting Mount Holly Cemetery for the Tales of the Crypt at the end of October.