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Fourche Valley School

Fourche Valley school district was created in 1928. Bluffton and Briggsville schools combined to form Fourche Valley. Red Hill was the third school to enter Fourche Valley and many followed to...

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Paragould Power Plant

This building in downtown Paragould once housed the city’s power station. Evidence within the building indicates the facility was used into the 1980s. Local residents informed us that the...

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Macks’ Cotton Gin

In an area called the “Oil Trough Bottoms”, halfway between Newport and Oil Trough on Highway 14, stands the remnants of Macks’ Cotton Gin.  The gin was built in 1909 by...

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Arbordale Fountain Lake

Built in 1933 not far from Fountain Lake School District, lies a big white stucco archway, for many years people have wondered what is behind that big white stucco archway, Dr. H. D. Ferguson...

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West Side Junior High School

The historical West Side Junior High School in Little Rock was vacant for nearly twenty years where it was stripped and destroyed almost entirely by vagrants and vandals. For a moment, it seemed as...

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Ray Winder Field

Construction The ballpark was constructed during 1931, as a new home field for the Little Rock Travelers, later to become the Arkansas Travelers, minor league baseball team. The Travelers vacated...

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Howard County Memorial Hospital

County officials are still working to tear down at least part of the old Howard County Memorial Hospital building. The former hospital located in Nashville, Arkansas closed in 2009. Ever since then...

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Lockesburg High School

Lockesburg High School closed in 2010 following Governor Mike Huckabee’s massive consolidation plan for Arkansas public schools. The state was sued in 2003 a second time by the Lake View School...

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Gazzola Memorial Mercy Hospital

This hospital first opened in the late 1940s as the Gazzola Memorial Mercy Hospital. For the first several years the hospital was ran by nuns. Over the years the hospital changed it’s name...

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Hotel Grim

The well known Hotel Grim was once the “Crown Jewel” of Texarkana in it’s heyday. Built in 1924-25 and closed down in 1990, the hotel was filled with history and memories through...

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