Blytheville, AR 72315
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Blytheville is a
city in Mississippi County, Arkansas, United
States that was founded in 1891 by the Rev.
Henry Blythe, a Methodist preacher. As of
the 2000 census, the city population was
Nucor, a large steel manufacturer, operates
two facilities east of the town near the
Mississippi River, and has announced plans
for a third facility.
Blytheville is the home to Arkansas
Northeastern College, a two-year community
college. It was formerly known as
Mississippi County Community College until
the merger with the Cotton Boll Technical
Institute. Until the 1990s, Blytheville was
home to Blytheville Air Force Base, a major
airfield that was part of the Strategic Air
R&B singer Dee Clark, known for his 1961 hit
"Raindrops," was a native of Blytheville.
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