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Have you had a glass of Ozarka today? ;-)

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01/13/2011 02:30 AM
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Have you had a glass of Ozarka today? ;-)
Ozarka Spring Water... Ahhhmmm mmmm good....
[link to www.ozarkawater.com]

Though Ozarka Spring Water Company officially began in 1905, our roots can be traced back centuries. Prior to being bottled deep in the heart of the Ozark Mountains, in Eureka Springs, Arkansas, the site of the brand's original spring water source had long been considered sacred ground. Now known as Basin Spring, Indian tribes were drawn to the source for its healing properties. It wasn't until 1856 that the springs were “discovered” by Dr. Alvah Jackson, who claimed to have used its “healing waters” to cure his son's eye ailment. This echoed a much earlier Sioux legend of a blind young Indian princess whose eyesight was fully restored after bathing her eyes in the waters.

While Ozarka® Brand Natural Spring Water is no longer sourced from Eureka Springs, you can enjoy its great taste throughout Arkansas, Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, and portions of Tennessee, Missouri, and Kansas.

Biological disaster near Ozark -- drum fish count @ 100k?
[link to hisz.rsoe.hu]

An Arkansas Game and Fish Commission spokesman says dead drum fish now cover a 20-mile section of the Arkansas River near Ozark. Seven teams from the state agency visited the affected portion of the river Friday. Commission spokesman Keith Stephens says an official estimate of how many fish have died is expected on Monday, but he tells the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette that the number is likely in the hundreds of thousands. The commission determined the fish died in the river from a dam near Ozark to a bridge along State Highway 109 near Clarksville. Stephens says some of the live drum fish were sick and will be sent to a lab at the University of Arkansas-Pine Bluff for testing. Drum fish are bottom feeders that eat other fish and insects.


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