Editorial

  • The State of Arkansas

    By Gov. Asa Hutchinson Bills and laws that our legislators pass are assigned a number, which tells you nothing about the subject of the law. But sometimes when legislation moves through...

  • State Capitol Week in Review

    From State Senator Jimmy Hickey Jr. The state Constitution was adopted in 1874, but since then it has been amended 98 times. Arkansas is one of 18 states that allow citizens...

  • Legislative Update

    From State Rep. DeAnn Vaught Arkansas has a great deal to celebrate this Labor Day. Our unemployment level now stands at 3.7%. The national level is 3.9%. The state’s unemployment rate...

  • It’s Like This

    Going to the Dogs By Bob Palmer Last week Reveille VIII was laid to rest with full honors at the north entrance to Kyle Field. Like her predecessors, she was buried...

  • Moore Thoughts

    What Are You Eating? By John Moore Years ago during lunch, a friend who had moved to Texas from another part of the country, which will remain nameless (Maryland), began talking...

  • The State of Arkansas

    By Gov. Asa Hutchinson The protection of our children from armed attackers at school has been a matter of great concern this year. Fortunately, those events are rare, and the work...

  • State Capitol Week in Review

    From State Senator Jimmy Hickey Jr. Usually, the busiest times of the year at the state Capitol are during regular or special sessions. During the interim between sessions there are regular...

  • Legislative Update

    From State Rep. DeAnn Vaught During the next two weeks, the legislature will be meeting in committees to review hundreds of rules from state agencies, commissions, and constitutional offices. Often times...

  • It’s Like This

    Let’s just gripe about it By Bob Palmer I know that it is not supposed to do any good, but sometimes you have to get a few things off your chest....

  • Moore Thoughts

    One Day My Prints Will Come By John Moore The first time I saw a Polaroid camera in the 1960s, it was one of the most impressive things I’d seen. Of...

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