Stars Come Out for Bentonville Film Festival on May 3-8

The stars will be shining bright in Bentonville the first week of May. By stars, I do mean the celebrities that will be in town for the Bentonville Film Festival. It’s set to take place May 3-8 with plenty of

Hiking Indian Rockhouse Trail near the Buffalo National River

One of my favorite things about Arkansas is that it offers the best of all four seasons. The beauty of spring is upon us, meaning NOW is the time to get out in the woods and enjoy hiking the beautiful

Ozark Historic Cemetery Stroll

Sponsored by the Buffalo National River Partners, the Ozark Historic Cemetery Stroll is set for 10 a.m. on Saturday, April 9. Stroll historic cemeteries of the Ozarks with local researcher and author, Abby Burnett as your guide through Carver Cemetery,

Two Cosmic Conferences Back to Back in Eureka Springs

The 11th annual Ozark Mountain Transformation Conference, a unique metaphysical and spiritual gathering with a psychic fair open to the public from April 5-7, will precede the 29th annual Ozark Mountain UFO Conference on April 8-10, both at the Inn

Steve “Wild Man” Wilson retiring from AGFC

Steve Wilson, better known to Arkansans as “Wild Man,” began his career with Arkansas Game and Fish Commission as a hunting safety training officer in 1978, and was named Chief of the Information and Education Division in 1987. He has

Walmart NW Arkansas Championship celebrates 10th anniversary event on June 20-26 at Pinnacle Country Club in Rogers

Celebrating its 10th anniversary event, the Walmart NW Arkansas Championship presented by P&G will return June 20 – 26 to Pinnacle Country Club in Rogers. Along with the women’s professional golf tournament, there is a week-long lineup of additional activities,

Second year for The Steel Horse Rally in Fort Smith

Featuring live music, a parade, vendors, bike show, bikini contest, barbecue competition, and poker runs, The Steel Horse Rally takes place Friday, April 29-Saturday, April 30 on Garrison Avenue in downtown Fort Smith. The Steel Horse Rally honors those who

The Buffalo National River

Kevin Cheri began his career with the National Park Service as a park ranger intake trainee at the Buffalo National River in 1978. In 2007, almost 30 years later, he happily returned as superintendent of the Buffalo, America’s first national

National Park Service and Buffalo National River Centennial Events

This year marks the Centennial of the National Park Service, and there will be celebrations and special events across the U.S. and throughout the year to honor the moment when U.S. President Woodrow Wilson signed the act that created the

Wanted: Junior Rangers to explore, learn, and protect

There is no better time to become a Junior Park Ranger than the centennial year of the National Parks Service. The NPS Junior Ranger program is an activity-based program offered in almost all parks that lets kids join the National