The winners of the 2017 Presidential 5K race.
Racers in the 2017 Presidential 5K race.


Congratulations to everyone who participated in the 2017 Presidential 5K Race!

We would like to send out a big thank you to all who participated in and helped assemble this years race. It was a success thanks to your efforts. We were very pleased to see so many people from a wide area make it.

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Resource Stewardship Scout Ranger patch
Resource Stewardship Scout Ranger Patch


Calling All Boy Scouts!

Join park rangers at Pea Ridge National Military Park, Buffalo National River, and President William Jefferson Clinton Birthplace Home National Historic Park. Rangers will take some Boy Scouts through educational programs to learn about the mission of the NPS, and help protect the nation's natural, cultural, and historic resources. By participating at least 6 hours in educational programs or volunteer service projects, Boy Scouts can earn the Resource Stewardship Scout Ranger patch.

Scouts in the southwest Arkansas area will take piority, and the program is open to 20 Boy Scouts. The event will take place July 14-15, 2017. To sign up or for more informatin, contact the National Historic Site at (870)-777-4455.
WICL Book of the Week
Cover of Remember Little Rock

Cover photograph: Associated Press

"Featured Book of the Week"

Each week, we will feature a different book from our bookstore. The subjects of these books will vary from politics, history, ethics, or even cookbooks. If you are unable to stop by our bookstore, you can still order these books by contacting Dave Little at 314-678-1553.

Our featured book this week is Remember Little Rock The Time, The People, The Stories by National Geographic Paul Robert Walker with a forward by Dr. Terrence J. Roberts one of the Little Rock Nine. In celebration of National African-American History Month this week’s book is filled with photographs and interviews from individuals that were on the frontlines and suffered the indelible effects of the desegregation crisis of 1957 in Little Rock, Arkansas. Remember Little Rock provides an in depth look into the mechanisms that played a role in the crisis including decisions made in the local and supreme courts and President’s Eisenhower’s unprecedented stance to use armed forces to protect the Little Rock Nine.

Last updated: May 25, 2017

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