27 Oct

Albert Pike Treasure

Tall Tales of Confederate Gold by Josh Williams photos courtesy of Barbara Williams & the Garland County Historical Society Everyone loves a good lost treasure story. People all over the world have devoted many months or even years trying to uncover buried receptacles of riches they once heard about in a story in the dark. With the exception of very few, none of […]

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27 Oct

The Greatest Game on Earth

The Roots of America’s Pastime are Surfacing in the Ouachitas by Josh Williams photography courtesy of Larry Foley & the Garland County Historical Society “An old friend once told me, ‘This is a simple game: You throw the ball, you hit the ball, you catch the ball. Sometimes you win, sometimes you lose, sometimes it rains.’ Think about that for […]

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27 Oct

Reinventing a Village

Putting a Youthful Spin on a Classic Model & Creating a Community That Stands the Test of Time “It’s not about losing anything, but about creating additional lifestyles that will both enhance our lives and create a more meaningful place to live.” – David Twiggs, COO of Hot Springs Village by Rex Nelson photography by Jeremy Rodgers […]

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22 Oct

Ouachita Trail Chain

Connecting with Nature, Literally by Josh Williams photography by Amanda Shelley Ledbetter & Jeremy Rodgers   One of the great things about the Ouachita region is the community of Hot Springs Village (HSV) and its over-abundance of natural attractions. Whether its barbecuing, fishing, golfing, kayaking, or one of the numerous other activities available, one will always have something to do, especially if that […]

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21 Oct

The Waypoint

Hot Springs Village’s New Destination is Making a Point of Its Own by Josh Williams photography by Jeremy Rodgers Waypoint, down to the coordinates on the map, is perfectly set, like the jewel on the crown of Arkansas – Hot Springs Village. Recently coming to fruition, Waypoint is the brainchild and the newest addition to the community wide renovation project by the […]

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25 Jun

Peace in the Valley

Historic Hot Springs: A sacred and neutral ground. Written by Mike Brooks Photography courtesy of Garland County Historical Society  On behalf of Spanish Queen Isabella I, Hernando de Soto led a 15th century expedition to find riches in the New World; but, what he stumbled upon was potentially worth more than anyone imagined. The natives living around the mouth of the Mississippi […]

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25 Jun

Little Penguin Tacos

Locally sourced and garden fresh. Written by J. L. James Photography by Jeremy Rodgers Located in the perfect spot for fisherman, water skiers and campers enjoying all that Lake Degray has to offer is Little Penguin Tacos owned by Jonathan Gonzales. Gonzales epitomizes the High Country lifestyle as an avid outdoorsmen. He enjoys kayaking, rock climbing, mountain biking and more importantly a […]

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21 May

Kings of the Mountains

Two Falconers Help Indigenous Wildlife Soar Once Again by Jeremy Mackey    photography by Jeremy Rodgers Her eyes pierce through the morning sunlight as she sits waiting. The air is still and quiet. Her head is moving from side to side as her attentive gaze turns toward the forest floor. Movement. An unsuspecting squirrel has just […]

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21 May

Vintage Venues

The Old Haunts & Happenings of America’s First Resort Town by Jim G. Miller photos courtesy of Garland County Historical Society It’s no secret to history buffs that Hot Springs was once a major destination for performers, writers, athletes, gangsters and other celebrities. What was it about Spa Town that sparked the imagination and interest […]

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01 Dec

Community Within: Group Living Inc. Provides Lasting Ties in the Ouachitas

Story by Jim G. Miller | Photography by Jeremy Rodgers Group Living has been more than just a place that offers assistance to those with developmental disorders. It has also been an inspiring asset to the city of Arkadelphia. There have been many college students and individuals who have both worked and bonded with the […]

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