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49 min ago | Arkansas Times
John Gaudin, the father of the Argenta Arts District in downtown North Little Rock, is "finally" opening a gallery of his own, in the slender storefronts at 413A and 413B Main St. The inaugural show will be works by acclaimed Northwest Arkansas artist George Dombek .
4 hrs ago | Arkansas Times
Did you know that state law requires the Arkansas Lottery to help collect unpaid taxes and child support? The lottery issued a release noting it has collected $1 million in such debts in its five years of existence, along with $500 million for college scholarships.
8 hrs ago | Arkansas Times
FOR AND AGAINST: Mike Ross supports and Asa Hutchinson opposes a ballot measure to increase the minimum wage in Arkansas.
12 hrs ago | Daily Record
A team of graduate students conducted research to help Arkansas Access to Justice Commission calculate the economic impact of civil legal aid services in Arkansas provided by the state's two legal aid providers: the Center for Arkansas Legal Services, which serves 44 counties in central, western, and southern Arkansas; and Legal Aid of Arkansas, ... (more)
15 hrs ago | NWAonline
Bill Keopple pulled his seniors aside nine days ago and gave them the freedom to decide how they would proceed toward Southern Arkansas' opener.
Arkansas' efforts to grapple with a new EPA rule that will have a huge impact on the economy is still in the education phase and one key regulator says it's "too early" to tell which direction the state may go in complying with the rule.
Editor's note: This commentary is part of a collaboration between the University of Arkansas at Fort Smith and The City Wire to deliver an ongoing series of political-based essays and reports.
Arkansas needs to change its system of selecting judges, and we need to do it before the people who elect them lose confidence in their courts.
A conservative super PAC plans to go up on television in the crucial Arkansas Senate race this week to tie incumbent Democratic Sen. Mark Pryor to "extremist liberals" in Washington D.C. What's unusual about these ads from the Conservative War Chest super PAC is that one version is two minutes long.
Huckabee really believes it is just plain un-American for barely legal businesses to suffer any scrutiny under Operation Choke Point.
I have commented over 1300 times, but this is my first attempt at a diary. I thought I would for my first time out try something informational and uncontroversial, but hopefully not too boring either.
At this time of year, farmers in Arkansas should have better things to dwell on than whether they will get paid for the grain they've already sold.
Last week, the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette's left-leaning columnist John Brummett said that Arkansas' unique "private option" approach to Medicaid expansion "threatens to be the most thoroughly successful public policy and government program - by idea and execution - that I've covered in 40 years."
Troy Wells has been the president and CEO of Baptist Health of Little Rock since July.
ASSOCIATION MANAGEMENT The Arkansas Society of Association Executives has honored Montine McNulty, executive director of the Arkansas Hospitality Association, with its Ken Graves Memorial Award for outstanding achievement in the profession of association management and service to the community.
This summer marks the 100th anniversary of the beginning of World War I, or the Great War as it was known until the extreme horrors of World War II dwarfed the earlier conflict.
MOBILIZING BLACK VOTERS: Rep. John Lewis, shown at a recent appearance in Arkansas, is urging blacks to vote to continue Democratic Senate control.
Updated: Tue Sep 02, 2014 04:09 pm
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