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Old-time truck patchin'

How writing has changed over time

Subscriber onlyThe growth of farmer's markets in the communities of northwest Arkansas in recent years has been a very interesting development to me. I'm comparing the growers of today, who produce their goods in gardens and patches at home and bring their products to farmers' markets "in town," to the years ago folks I remember as the truck patchers of those days. Although in the years gone by almost everybody had a home garden, not everyone went to the greater extent to cultivate a truck patch, growing fresh produce for the market. These distinctions may not be precise, but I tend to think of a gardener as the person who cultivates a home garden plot to produce fresh produce for their own family. I think of a truck patcher as a person who devotes a small plot of ground, from an acre to a few acres, to growing garden-type produce, but which in this case is intended to be sold on the market. Continue reading...

Plan to visit Pea Ridge National Military Park

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Church news

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Father's gentleness taught son about life

Subscriber onlyEditor's note: This is the sixth and final part to a column in honor of former TIMES publisher and editor, Jack Beisner, by his son, E. Calvin Beisner.I Never Knew My Father Continue reading...

Use of social media affects advertising

Subscriber onlyLITTLE ROCK -- Tourism continues to be an important part of the Arkansas economy, and tourism officials continue to adapt their marketing strategies to meet the changes and challenges of promoting the state in national markets. Continue reading...

Blackhawk cheerleaders

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Blackhawks to host Siloam Springs Panthers

Game is Tuesday in preseason tussle

Subscriber onlyCoach Stephen Neal's Pea Ridge Blackhawks will give local football fans a glimpse into the upcoming 2017 gridiron season as the Siloam Springs Panthers will be coming to town Tuesday night for a pre-season scrimmage. Continue reading...

Pea Ridge Schools offer free lunches

Subscriber onlyPea Ridge School District today announces its policy for providing free and reduced price meals for children served under the National School Lunch Program and School Breakfast Program. Each school has a copy of the policy, which may be reviewed by any interested party. The price charged for a paid student breakfast is $1.60; the price charged for a paid student lunch is $2.20 for Grades Pre-kindergarten through fifth and $2.45 for Grades 6-12. Continue reading...

Shiloh Museum

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NEBCO boat delivered

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Blackhawk football schedule

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Blackhawk Golf Schedue

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Lady Blackhawk Volleyball schedule

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Blackhawk Cross Country Schedule

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Warning issued about jury duty scam

Subscriber onlyBenton County officials are warning the public about a jury duty scam. Continue reading...

Public meetings

Subscriber onlyThursday Aug. 17 Continue reading...

Pea Ridge Police Dept.

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Benton County Jail

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