Editorial

  • State Capitol Week in Review

    buy genuine finasteride online From Senator Jimmy Hickey Jr. Legislators have begun pre-filing bills in anticipation of the regular session that begins January 14. So far, 93 House bills and 40 Senate bills have been...

  • State Capitol Week in Review

    top article From State Senator Jimmy Hickey Jr. This week I presented to the Legislative Joint Budget Committee my proposed balanced budget for Fiscal Year 2020, and it reflects my commitment to public...

  • Moore Thoughts

    I don’t remember much about it, but I do remember riding a train. The adventure began with a discussion about passenger train rides coming to an end. My mom and grandmother...

  • It’s Like This by Bob Palmer

    Vape ‘Em if Ya Gottem Thompson shook my shoulder. I rolled over, pulled the pack of cigarettes from my shirt pocket and nodded. It was 4 a.m., my turn on guard....

  • Legislative Update

    From State Representative DeAnn Vaught Bill filing for the 2019 Regular Session began this week. Eight bills and two proposed constitutional amendments were filed on the first day. In recent sessions,...

  • State Capitol Week in Review

    From State Senator Jimmy Hickey Jr. Thanks to a concentrated effort over the past two years, the Arkansas foster care system has shown several notable improvements. A 14 percent decline in...

  • Legislative Update

    From State Representative DeAnn Vaught Historical buildings tell a story. They help us understand the people and community who built it at the time. Historical preservation helps ensure that story continues....

  • It’s Like This By Bob Palmer

    The Season of the Witch Just because you think Halloween is in your rearview mirror, doesn’t mean the week of ghouls, goblins and children ringing your doorbell has past. Actually, Halloween...

  • State Capitol Week in Review

    From State Senator Jimmy Hickey Jr. The legislature has begun budget hearings in preparation for the 2019 regular session. Generally, budget bills do not generate as much publicity as high-profile social...

  • The State of Arkansas

    By Gov. Asa Hutchinson The National Law Enforcement Museum opened last week in Washington 18 years after President Clinton approved the site. The building which houses the $100 million museum has three...

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