Small Town Tour

KKYR's Small Town Tour introduces the people, places and events that demonstrate how Americans live large in some of our tiniest communities.

Creating a Legacy at Ramage Farms
For many, Ramage Farms is synonymous with the thick steaks or mouthwatering barbecue their restaurants used to serve up. On Oct. 5, 2011, however, the Hooks restaurant burned to the ground when a grease fire started in the barbecue pit. Since then, residents, customers and old family friends have wo…
Lose Yourself in Time at Ashdown’s Two Rivers Museum
Located at the corner of Constitution Avenue and Main Street, the Two Rivers Museum welcomes visitors beneath a charming black sign with fanciful scrollwork. This place showcases the diverse story of a county caught between the Red and Little rivers, a community rich in history and abundant in earth…
Admire Area Talent at the Midsummer Art Show in Ashdown, Ark.
There’s something about the careful lines of a charcoal drawing, the expressive strokes of oil on canvas or the imaginative collaboration of mixed medium art that captures our imagination. Now is your chance to come connect with art on an emotional level during one of the biggest art…
Domtar Fortifies the Fiber of Ashdown with Paper
The paper mill has been a part of Ashdown living since 1968. It provides jobs to residents within a 100-mile radius of the community and is a valued contributor to its economic growth. But as changing technology threatens the future of the paper industry, will Ashdown lose one of its biggest assets?
Will You Attend the Hottest Festival in Texas?
For the past 41 years, New Bostonians have looked forward to August with great anticipation. No, not because of the sweltering heat, but because of the annual Pioneer Days and Rodeo, an event many proudly refer to as ‘The Hottest Festival in Texas.’

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