Big River Crossing: No longer a bridge to nowhere

By , Special to the Daily Memphian Published: November 08, 2018 10:21 AM CT
<strong>Runners in the second annual Big River Crossing Half Marathon descend from the bridge into Arkansas on Nov. 3, 2018 to run the newly-paved 7 mile loop of trails in West Memphis.</strong> (Jim Weber/Daily Memphian)

Runners in the second annual Big River Crossing Half Marathon descend from the bridge into Arkansas on Nov. 3, 2018 to run the newly-paved 7 mile loop of trails in West Memphis. (Jim Weber/Daily Memphian)

When Big River Crossing initially opened, many wondered if it would be a bridge to nowhere. Over the past two years, that question has been answered.

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Christin Yates

Christin Yates is a native Memphian who has worked in PR and copywriting since 2007. She earned her B.S. in public relations and M.S. in mass communications from Murray State University.


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