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Horatio, AR

Horatio is a city in Sevier County, Arkansas, United States. The population was 997 at the 2000 census.

The Horatio


Public education is provided to elementary and secondary students by the Horatio School District leading to graduation at Horatio High School (grades 7–12) after matriculating Horatio Elementary School (grades prekindergarten through sixth).

Notable Residents

  • Darrell Brown - became the first black player for the University of Arkansas in 1965. Brown grew up in Horatio, and became a prominent lawyer after college.
  • Billy Hughes, a country singer in the 1940's, died in Horatio in 1995. One of his more famous songs was Cocaine Blues. A similar version of the song was done by Johnny Cash.
 External Links

Horatio High School
Sevier County

Source: Internet