Editorial

  • It’s Like This

    The Missing Piece By Bob Palmer A US Appeals Court last week affirmed a lower court ruling ordering Texas to add more Child Protective Service workers. The three-judge panel made official...

  • Legislative Update

    From State Rep. DeAnn Vaught Last year, there were 227 flu-related deaths reported in Arkansas. This week, the health department announced that one Arkansan has died from flu-related symptoms during this...

  • Legislative Update

    From State Representative DeAnn Vaught In Arkansas, 1 in 4 women will suffer abuse in their lifetime. Domestic violence is an epidemic affecting every community regardless of age, economic status, gender, race,...

  • State Capitol Week in Review

    From State Senator Jimmy Hickey Jr. Depending on the outcome of legal challenges that are being considered by the state Supreme Court, Arkansas voters could decide five ballot issues at the...

  • State of Arkansas

    By Gov. Asa Hutchinson Stacey McAdoo is Arkansas’s 2019 Teacher of the Year. She learned the news Monday morning while she was doing what she loves. She was working with students...

  • Moore Thoughts

    By John Moore Filling in the Blanc I waited six months to talk to him. That’s what his receptionist told me the wait time was for an interview when I called...

  • It’s Like This By Bob Palmer

    Bullies Bullies must have terrible lives, particularly if they are not too bright. Bullies spend their entire existence mad at people who are smarter than them or more articulate than them...

  • Letter to the Editor

    Two Rivers Museum needs YOU!!! An arm of the Little River County Historical Society, the museum is run entirely by volunteers, donations, and possible grants. There are no funds to pay...

  • State Capitol Week in Review

    From State Senator Jimmy Hickey Jr. Legislators convened a special meeting to ask tough questions of prison officials after five inmates died of suspected drug overdoses within a few days. The...

  • It’s Like This By Bob Palmer

    Know your number The breeze blowing up my skirt in September of 1994 was not the only thing giving me a chill. I had been scared silly for a month, since...

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