Arkansas cities A-Z

Type the cities for each letter of the alphabet.
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A
Situated at the foothills of the Ouachita Mountains.
Arkadelphia
B
Known as the birthplace of the retailer Walmart.
Bentonville
C
Seventh largest city.
Conway
D
Hosts a campus of the Cossatot Community College of the University of Arkansas.
De Queen
E
Headquarters of the Arkansas Oil and Gas Commission as well as Murphy Oil is here.
El Dorado
F
Second largest city.
Fort Smith
G
Best known locally for its Arkansas high school football.
Greenwood
H
Known for naturally heated springs.
Hot Springs
I
This town elected Joe Sullivan as the youngest elected mayor in the United States of that period.
Imboden
J
During the late 19th century, the city tried to develop its court system and downtown infrastructure.
Jonesboro
K
Is the hometown of noted legislator Wilbur D. Mills.
Kensett
L
Capital.
Little Rock
M
Was founded by Jess Odom with federal assistance from the Urban Growth and New Community Development Act.
Maumelle
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N
Sixth largest city.
North Little Rock
O
The old Missouri Pacific Depot, which now serves as a museum and houses many artifacts related to the city's history.
Ozark
P
Its topography is flat with wide expanses of farmland.
Pine Bluff
Q
Highway 25 leads 15 miles (24 km) northeast to Heber Springs.
Quitman
R
Eighth largest city.
Rogers
S
Fourth largest city.
Springdale
T
Named after three states: Texas, Arkansas and Louisiana.
Texarkana
U
The climate in this area is characterized by hot, humid summers and generally mild to cool winters.
Ulm
V
At the Interstate 40 - Interstate 540 junction.
Van Buren
W
Tends to have crime levels considerably above the national average.
West Memphis
Y
During the late 1840s, this city was the scene of several prolonged gunfights during the Tutt-Everett War.
Yellville
Z
A chapter of the Ku Klux Klan operates a training and information center here.
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