WYATT NICHOLSON OF Wynne, Ark., took advantage of some heavy-duty carts to be found at the National Guard display.
GRACE, LEFT, AND Sarah Staton of Carlisle, Ark., had fun on the surprisingly cool day.
HANK HOWELL BROUGHT daughter Breanna to the Expo. The Howells are from Crockett’s Bluff, Ark.
AMONG STUTTGART RESIDENTS attending (from left): Dee Dickson, Chris Dickson, Kyle Stovesand, Kendall Hill and Rusty Shackleford.
MITCHELL NAIL, LEFT, press secretary for Arkansas Rep. Rick Crawford, visited with Terry Simmons of Ag Watch Network.
FESTIVE ATTIRE WAS in play with attendees Juanice Jones and Shirley Henslee, both of White Hall, Ark.
CADENCE REEVES, LEFT, and Lori Dabbs enjoyed the cool August temperatures. Both are from Stuttgart.
ON THE CAMPAIGN trail for Mike Ross, candidate for Arkansas governer, were, from left, Matt West, Emily Farris and Bailey Moll.
AMONG THOSE AT the Expo were Chloe Cox, left, and Kelsi Mashburn, both of Stuttgart.
A LARGE CROWD -- surely over 1,000 strong – attended the 2014 Arkansas Rice Expo at the Grand Prairie Center in Stuttgart on Aug. 1. Taking advantage of a wide range of activities, many children and families attended.
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