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  • 'The Arkansas Traveler' is what you should want to be

    'The Arkansas Traveler' is what you should want to be
    LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - Arkanas is a state that many people may not give much thought about when planning their vacations. Often considered a "flyover state," it has much to offer a traveler in search of adventure, culture, or a natural refuge.
  • SCLC exhibit on display at Atlanta's Emory University

    SCLC exhibit on display at Atlanta's Emory University
    ATLANTA - Amid the scores of photographs in an exhibit chronicling the history of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference are two that - at first glance - don't seem to fit. The black-and-white photographs are of small children in Vietnam. That's...

    Ohio's Olsen Preserve showcases wildflowers, cliffs along Vermilion River

    Ohio's Olsen Preserve showcases wildflowers, cliffs along Vermilion River
    WAKEMAN, Ohio - The late Gussie Olsen would be proud. Her 83-acre gift to the state of Ohio has grown into a 132-acre state nature preserve that features multi-hued bluffs along the picturesque Vermilion River in north-central Ohio. Welcome to the...

    Touching Lincoln: 16th president spent most of his adult life in Springfield, Ill.

    Touching Lincoln: 16th president spent most of his adult life in Springfield, Ill.
    SPRINGFIELD, Ill. - "Be sure to use the handrail," national park guide Ronnie van Nostrand said as he led a small tour group upstairs in the only home Abraham Lincoln ever owned. "It's the same railing Mr. Lincoln used." We had all come to Springfield...

    Counter history: Greensboro museum honors sit-in that changed America

    Counter history: Greensboro museum honors sit-in that changed America
    GREENSBORO, N.C. - One of the key battles to desegregate the South played out at a Woolworth lunch counter here on Feb. 1, 1960. Reason: Lunch was not served. Woolworth was a national retailer, and corporate policy allowed for managers to adjust for...