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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01 Dec

Winter on Horseback: Saddle Up and Enjoy the Ride

Story by Jim G. Miller | Photography by Ashley Twiggs   It’s not a rare sight to see someone in Arkansas on horseback. The various terrain of rolling hills littered with pastureland and forests with multiple creek crossings make for an enjoyable ride. By riding horseback through nature you are getting the opportunity to interact […]

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01 Dec

Tee Up for Change: Hot Springs Village Golf Welcomes Troon

Story by Jim G. Miller | Photography by Renee Steinpreis   Hot Springs Village has some world-class golf and that’s why committed golfers will play nearly year round even if it is freezing outside. Nestled into the lush hills and terrain of the Ouachita High Country sit eight premier golf courses. This was especially what […]

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01 Dec

The Whitetails of Winter Bowhunting the Ouachitas: Archers on the Hunt

Story by Chris Summerville | Photography by Garry Berry “I have always tempered my killing with respect for the game pursued. I see the animal not only as a target, but as a living creature with more freedom than I will ever have. I take that life if I can, with regret as well as […]

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01 Dec

Finding Forked Mountain Climbing, Camp Fires, and Companionship in the Ouachita High Country

Story by Jeremy Mackey | Photography by Jeremy Rodgers “Everybody needs beauty as well as bread, places to play in and pray in, where nature may heal and give strength to body and soul.” -John Muir We all had them as children, those secret places where we retreated into our imagination and felt free to […]

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21 Sep

The Whitewater Tribe

Story by Jeremy Mackey | Photography by Jeremy Rodgers Tribe (noun) 1: a group of people that includes many families and relatives who have the same language, customs, and beliefs; 2: a large family    There is an old Caddo Indian legend about sacred healing water: The favor of the Great Spirit rested on the […]

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21 Sep

Ouachita Rides: Cycling & Biking the Region From Trails to Highways

Story by Jim G. Miller | Photography by Jeremy Rodgers “Get on your bike and ride,” is a modest enough directive that most bike enthusiasts here in Arkansas wouldn’t have a problem following, especially when the scenic advantages of the state show their full colors during the autumn season. The highways and trails offer an […]

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21 Sep

Fall Fun with Furry Friends: A Guide to Responsible & Healthy Hiking Trips with Man’s Best Friend

Story & Photo by Jim G. Miller Summer is coming to an end and as our term of suffering is abated by cooling temperatures, we can put on our light jackets and marvel at the change of seasons. The color of nature begins awakening in the Fall leaves as they shape the yellow and orange […]

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21 Sep

The Perfect Cast: Fly Fishing the Ouachitas

Story by Jeremy Mackey & Chris Summerville | Photography by Jeremy Rodgers For a lot of fly fishermen, these words will bring back the final image of the 1992 film, A River Runs Through It. A lone angler standing at the water’s edge, the Lewis Range of Montana in the background, and an artful cast […]

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20 Sep

Wild Game of Fall: Rod & Gun Club Welcomes its First Hunting Season

Story by Jim G. Miller | Photo Courtesy of Lone Oak Duck Lodge Living in Arkansas it’s easy to appreciate the natural beauty that surrounds us. The modern outdoors enthusiast and hunter corresponds and communicates with nature in a way that makes them feel more connected with the wilderness that waits. Whether you are in […]

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