Wednesday Mar 26
Rise of the whippersnappers
Maybe it's a coincidence, and perhaps it doesn't matter, but it's hard not to notice how many leaders in the Arkansas Legislature are in their 30s.
The City Wire
Gillam, Dismang talk governing style, issues for 2015 Arkansas Legislature
The future leaders of the Arkansas House and State Senate - Rep. Jeremy Gillam, R-Judsonia, and Sen. Jonathan Dismang, R-Searcy - say they will be pragmatic in their approach to leading their respective chambers in 2015.
New speaker wants to avoid Medicaid fight
The incoming speaker of the Arkansas House said Friday that he hoped next year to avoid the "drama" that marked the debate over continuing the state's compromise Medicaid expansion during this year's legislative session.
The Baxter Bulletin
Lady Warriors suffer conference setback
Cotter fell 18-17 to the Lady Bears, falling to 0-2 overall and 0-2 in league play with the loss.
White County Central board president honored for service
JUDSONIA - With the schools serving as the heartbeat of any rural community, the pulse of the White County Central School District is stronger than ever, thanks to the dedication of School Board President Stan Yingling and a host of patrons like him.