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Last gravel highway in state, near Devilís Den, to be paved

Last gravel highway in state, near Devilís Den, to be paved
By Bill Bowden
This article was published January 25, 2016 at 5:45 a.m.


WINSLOW ó Work will begin next month to pave the last stretch of gravel highway in Arkansas.

The 3.87-mile segment of Arkansas 220 goes from Devilís Den State Park south about a mile into Crawford County.

Arkansas has 16,411 miles of highways.

ďPaving these last few miles is highly symbolic for a state which has traditionally had a reputation as hopelessly backward,Ē said Tom Dillard, an Arkansas historian.

Dillard cited the story of the Arkansas Traveler and the 1903 book On a Slow Train Through Arkansaw, which became the best-selling joke book in American history.

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Technically, all highways were paved and the Highway Dept. inherited this road from the Nat'l Forestry Service.
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