Radio news

posted by rexnelson on February 22nd, 2017

Radio news isn’t dead just yet in Arkansas, it seems.

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March in the Spa City

posted by rexnelson on February 15th, 2017

With the development of the Thompson Building in downtown Hot Springs, the first domino has fallen. It will be interesting to see if others follow in the Spa City.

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Land of ducks

posted by rexnelson on February 14th, 2017

From Ernest Hemingway to Jimmy Carter to Dick Cheney to chef Dickie Brennan, famous Americans have been lured to Arkansas for decades by its duck hunting culture.

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Thoughts turn to baseball

posted by rexnelson on February 9th, 2017

Pitchers and catchers are about to report to Florida and Arizona, and thoughts turn to baseball.

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Hunting with Hemingway: Part 2

posted by rexnelson on February 3rd, 2017

On one glorious January weekend, we did our best to relive the days when Ernest Hemingway would hunt quail in the far northeast corner of Arkansas.

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Hunting with Hemingway: Part 1

posted by rexnelson on February 2nd, 2017

Hunting quail with a Hemingway in Clay County. For someone who loves literature and quail hunting, it was an invitation that was hard to resist.

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Cycling in the Delta

posted by rexnelson on January 4th, 2017

When promoting this state as the new Cycling Hub of the South, it’s important not to forget what the Delta has to offer.

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Cycling Hub of the South

posted by rexnelson on December 30th, 2016

From West Memphis on the far eastern side of the state to Bella Vista in the far northwest corner, Arkansas truly is becoming the Cycling Hub of the South.

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To Jonesboro and back

posted by rexnelson on December 23rd, 2016

A long day in northeast Arkansas includes everything from tamales in Newport to high school basketball in Jonesboro to fried squirrel in Brinkley.

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Dyess: Project of the year

posted by rexnelson on December 20th, 2016

What was the most important economic development project in Arkansas in 2016? You might be surprised by our pick.

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