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On April 21, 2014, we published our first story on OnlyInArk.com. Two years, 810 posts and 1.4 million page views later we are celebrating the readers, stories, writers and contributors who have made our success possible.
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Shopping for vintage and handmade items was a very popular topic on OnlyInArk.com this year. The most-read story of the year was about The Junk Ranch, a weekend event on a farm in Prairie Grove. It was so popular, in fact, that Laurie Marshall wrote a follow-up story, Top Things To Shop For At The Junk Ranch.
Kimberly Mitchell shared how oddly shaped trees in Arkansas are thought to be Cherokee trail markers from over 150 years ago. Other great nature and outdoors stories are:
Arkansas Giants: Champion Trees
Appreciating the Buffalo National River
Dogtown Life: How North Little Rock Got Its Nickname
Little Rock Central High School National Historic Site
For the Love of a Pay Phone Booth
World Championship Squirrel Cook Off
8 Strangest Arkansas Ice Cream Treats
Strawberry Shortcake Time at The Bulldog
Tommy’s Famous . . . A Pizzeria
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