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Two Rivers Park remembers its roots

Posted: December 30, 2013 at 3:02 a.m.

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette/CELIA STOREY
New signs on the Two Rivers Park Learning Circle in Pulaski County's section of Two Rivers Park highlight water birds and animals as well as fishing regulations, but they also acknowledge the park's history as a penal farm.

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette/CELIA STOREY New signs on the Two Rivers Park Learning Circle in Pulaski County's section of Two Rivers Park highlight water birds and animals as well as fishing regulations, but they also acknowledge the park's history as a penal farm.

Central Arkansas has its share of mysterious protuberances left upon the landscape 1,000 years ago by ancient mound-building people. But the big bump in Two Rivers Park is not one of them.

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