July 20, 2017

Local Art Inspired by Nature — flowers | fabric | wood | clay | graphite

By Deb Peterson When my friend, Wanda Fielding, feels blue, she puts on lipstick and something pretty, and goes out visiting. When I am angry, which thankfully isn’t often, I go out and walk it off in the woods or along the river. Even a trip to gather mint in the herb garden can right Read More

Nature Journal: Raising an Eagle Family on the White River

By Donna Cordonnier We have all been at a place in our lives when a small miracle is in order, and it usually arrives in the most unexpected way. My husband and I have had our getaway home on the White River in Cotter for five years now. Last year we made it our permanent Read More

Baxter County Heritage Center: The Girls in the (Old Old) Office

By DAVID W. BENEDICT Sure, they like new—hairstyle, cute shoes, spring outfit, newest baby in the family. But these girls also like new old. They are the volunteer women of the Baxter County Historical and Genealogical Society (BCHGS), and they get a rush when they uncover an old document or photo that reveals a new Read More

Arkansas First Lady Ginger Beebe: A Conversation

M!: Congratulations on being honored as 2011 Woman of the Year by Women and Children First. You have said you hope to be the voice of women and children who have been silenced by domestic violence. What is the most inspiring experience you have had in this regard? What would you like to say to Read More