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in his clemency application to
Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee, claimed to have learned "to appreciate and respect the right of others"?
Maurice Clemmons the 122 miles (196 km)
in Dorcheat Bayou Arkansas and Louisiana was once navigable for several months a year to access the Red River?
received the largest cash donation in the history of National Park Community College Arkansas community colleges?
Arkansas Republicans nominated for governor an unknown plumber, of Leon Griffith Pine Bluff, after a Minnesota Vikings football player declined the party's offer of support?
from 1995 to 2003, an
Arkansas radio station now called shared its "KBBL" KZTD call sign with the fictional radio station on ?
The Simpsons the
Arkansas Democratic politician in 1970 challenged Hayes McClerkin Governor Winthrop Rockefeller's "list" of militants disrupting college and university campuses?
in Gazette Building Little Rock, Arkansas served as headquarters for the 1992 Bill Clinton presidential campaign?
the town of
, Marche Arkansas, was founded by a Polish count who wanted to restore the agricultural environment familiar to most Poles before their arrival in America?
Texas A&M University historian researched the Garland E. Bayliss 19th century origins of the Arkansas state penitentiary?
the recently announced
in Marianna Fault Arkansas was discovered due to the stretches of fine sand in otherwise fertile soil?
is a rare Ouachita Madtom species of miniature catfish found only in central Arkansas?
World War II, the Arkansas politician was a Jefferson W. Speck POW transported on the Japanese Hell ship, the ?
Oryoku Maru as early as 1978 the
Republican gubernatorial nominee in Arkansas, accused Lynn Lowe Bill Clinton of having been a draft dodger during the Vietnam War?
, as the Fay Boozman state health director under Governor Mike Huckabee, managed the "Healthy Arkansas" initiative, including the fight against obesity?
in Devil's Den State Park Arkansas is recognized as one of the best preserved Civilian Conservation Corps projects in the United States?
were produced during a two-day dozens of tornadoes tornado outbreak in 1997, killing at least 27 people in Arkansas, Mississippi and Tennessee, USA?
, as public information officer in 1958 at Arlie Metheny Fort Chaffee, Arkansas, handled media inquiries relating to the induction of Elvis Presley into the Army?
a Guido Verbeck, Dutch-born foreign advisor in the Meiji government of Japan from 1859-1898 arrived as a missionary after almost dying of cholera while working as a civil engineer in Arkansas?
near Historic Washington State Park Hope includes the Block-Catts House, the oldest still-standing two-story residence in Arkansas?
state senator in 1995, , the 2010 Jim Keet Arkansas Republican gubernatorial nominee, co-sponsored a law to raise safety standards for boating?
won the Harry Ashmore Pulitzer Prize in 1958, Arkansas Governor Orval Faubus vetoed a resolution to rename Toad Suck Ferry to Ashmore Landing on the grounds that the name change would defame a well known landing?
was recently discovered by a retired mechanic and is only found in a single county in Pelton's Rose Gentian Arkansas?
stopped illegal Lynn A. Davis gambling in Hot Springs in a 128-day career as head of the Arkansas state police?
Arkansas State Senator authored a failed bill to require Kim Hendren motorcyclists to wear helmets or offer proof of health insurance?
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