New UA Press Book Highlights Memories of Jerome, Rohwer Internees

New UA Press Book Highlights Memories of Jerome, Rohwer Internees

Special to the Saline River Chronicle FAYETTEVILLE – A very interesting first-person look at the Japanese-American Internment Camps in Southeast Arkansas has been published by the University of Arkansas Press.  “Jerome and Rohwer: Memories of Japanese American Internment In World War II Arkansas,” edited by Walter M. Imahara and David E. Meltzer, is a 228-page…

Warren native, Harvey Donegan, topic of 81st Arkansas Historical Association Session recently

Warren native, Harvey Donegan, topic of 81st Arkansas Historical Association Session recently

Special to the Saline River Chronicle A very esoteric look at New York’s Avant guard lifestyles by the collection and writings of former Bradley County resident was a part of the 81st Annual Meeting of the Arkansas Historical Association last week. The AHA met on Zoom for the 20-minute scholarly presentations in lieu of meeting in…

Warren man published in State Library Magazine

Warren man published in State Library Magazine

Special to the Saline River Chronicle Fayetteville, Arkansas – The most recent issue of Arkansas Libraries, the official magazine of the Arkansas Library Association, has published a story by Maylon Rice, a Warren native, who is a Trustee Emeritus of the Fayetteville Public Library. Rice’s story appearing in the Fall/Winter issue of Arkansas Libraries is…

Pastime: The Corral’s amazing Frito-Chili-Pie(Yes, Right There Made In The Bag of Golden Fried Corn Chips)

Pastime: The Corral’s amazing Frito-Chili-Pie(Yes, Right There Made In The Bag of Golden Fried Corn Chips)

A recent column about Mary Lou Martin’s fantastic chili dogs at Lumberjack football games got me thinking and somewhat challenged by the younger generation discussing the merits between Wayne’s Confectionary and The Corral. Wasn’t Wayne’s and The Corral about the same, one younger generation questioner probed? No. I quickly stated.  The two restaurants were not…