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From hemp genetics to hemp products, the duo that brought Tree of Life Seeds to fruition has spent just under a decade analyzing, studying, and building businesses in the hemp industry.
Dwain Hebda’s entry in the “Encyclopedia of Arkansas History and Culture” says that the Cowboy Church movement was inspired by radio programs in 1940s Texas.
“There is nothing you could be more proud of than taking the boat that you built to the water and putting it out on its maiden voyage only to realize it floats,” says Buddy Ellis.
Friday, Eldredge & Clark, LLP announced recently that three attorneys have been elected to the firm’s partnership: Angela Artherton, Katie Watson Bingham and Tyler D. Bone.
Imagine you show up at your title company to close on the home you’ve purchased. Near the end of the meeting, your closing agent looks up at you from behind his desk and says, “That about wraps it up, now all I need from you is the cashiers check for $57,000.”
Iris DeMent is from rural Paragould in northeast Arkansas and became a gospel/folk sensation in the 1990s. Born Jan. 5, 1961 – happy birthday, Iris! – she grew up in a musical and religious family, and was the youngest of fourteen children.
As a young adult, Angie Johnson promised herself that she’d never go into real estate.
At the outset of 1934, Jim McLeod’s affiliation with professional baseball and that of the Texas League’s Galveston Buccaneers franchise owner Shearn Moody headed in opposite directions.
Central Arkansas is home to one of the most unique holiday lights displays in the country – the Holiday Lights Show at Garvan Woodland Gardens in Hot Springs.
When today’s old timers discuss Little Rock’s sporting past, several athletes are apt to come up in conversation.
Natural State Snapshots
December 10-16, 2018
Photo by Bobby Burton
That moment when they see you taking their picture!