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Black Walnut recipes

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Recollections

Subscriber only• 1984 Fall Fest with coon dog contest and mules jumping Continue reading...

Mule talk

Subscriber onlyMule: The hybrid animal produced when a male ass (Jack) is crossed with a female horse. The mule is a sterile hybrid, meaning it cannot reproduce. Mules come in both male and female. Mules are a combination of traits of the parents with the most obvious donkey traits being long ears, narrower body and smaller hooves. The horse contributes size, speed and muscle. Other characteristics such as the head and voice (an odd combination of the bray that ends as a whinny) are a blend of the parent features. You can always tell a donkey from a mule by the fact that a donkey has a tail in essence like a lion or a cow (long tail with a tassel) and the mule has a tail like a horse (short tailbone with long hair). Continue reading...

About the cover

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Prizes for 29th annual Pea Ridge Mule Jump

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Welcome

Letter from the Mayor

Subscriber onlyWelcome to the 29th annual Pea Ridge Mule Jump. Continue reading...

Sponsors

Subscriber onlyAlan Spivey Creativity Continue reading...

29th Pea Ridge Mule Jump

Saturday, Oct. 14, 2017

Subscriber only9 a.m. Opening Ceremony Continue reading...

Benton County Jail

Subscriber onlyTuesday, Oct. 3 Continue reading...

Obituaries

Subscriber onlyRegenia Mae Bates Continue reading...

NEBCO Fire-EMS Dept.

Subscriber onlySunday, Oct. 1 Continue reading...

Benton County Restaurant Inspections

Subscriber onlyCritical violations are defined as items relating directly to factors that lead to food-borne illness and must be corrected immediately. Noncritical violations are defined as items that relate to maintenance of food operations and cleanliness. Continue reading...

Public meetings

Subscriber onlyTuesday, Oct. 17 Continue reading...

Marriage licenses

Subscriber onlySept. 29 Continue reading...

Avoca Fire Dept.

Subscriber onlyTuesday, Oct. 3 Continue reading...