Ozarks At Large

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This locally produced news magazine has covered news, sports, politics, arts & culture and the quirky and unusual happenings in the Ozarks for more than two decades.

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Roiled a century ago by race riots, Harrison is taking pragmatic steps to repair its reputation, and has become culturally diverse, due to the presence of the Harrison Community Task Force on Race Relations. Still, as Jacqueline Froelich reports, a few local white patriots have come out to mark the town as their territory.

Ninety years ago, an African American colony which had settled in Catcher in southeastern Crawford County was driven out by a throng of angry whites. The truth behind the violent expulsion is finally coming to light.

Two California entrepreneurs seek to revive Wonderland Cave, a popular local nightclub first constructed in the early 1930s in a massive underground cave complex deep beneath a mountain ridge in Benton County. For more information, visit TheWonderlandCave.com.

In Madison County there’s a place called “Negro Mountain.” No blacks live there now, but it was, in the 1860s, settled by Ozark African Americans. All of them and their descendants are gone now—except for one individual. We take you to meet the last living African American resident of Madison County

Archive: Star Shopper

Oct 31, 2011

With the popularity of the internet, tablets, and e-readers, print media has seen a recent decline in circulation and advertising revenue. However, Star Shopper that provides its weekly publication for free to readers, earning income solely from advertising revenue, has actually seen consistent growth.

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