The Historic Dyess Colony: Johnny Cash Boyhood Home received the Arkansas Heritage Award during the Governor’s Conference on Tourism held March 8-10 in Texarkana. The Heritage Award is presented annually to an individual, organization, or community that has made a significant contribution toward the preservation of some aspect of Arkansas’s natural, cultural or aesthetic legacy.
Monthly archives: March, 2015
The March issue of Arkansas Living, a publication of the Electric Cooperatives of Arkansas, features a look at Arkansas State University’s Heritage Sites program and its director, Dr. Ruth Hawkins. The article includes a look at how the program got started, as well as some of its successes over the years. Click here to view the full article, which begins on page 10.