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Preserve Arkansas announces 2018 list of Arkansas’s Most Endangered Places

Preserve Arkansas’s 2018 Most Endangered Places list includes an African American cemetery, four historic churches, an Italian prisoner-of-war camp, a neighborhood commercial building associated with the desegregation of Central High School, a railroad depot, a tourist home for African Americans during the Jim Crow era, and an antebellum house.

May 21-27, 2018

Wildflowers: A guide to making your drive through Arkansas more colorful

If you’ve driven on any of the highways in and around Little Rock lately, chances are you’ve noticed an array of flowers popping up along the side of the road. US-65 near Burns Park is scattered with Showy Evening Primrose, while Baby Blue Eyes dot the medians on Interstate 40 near Conway.

Natural State Snapshot

I pass this old house near Widener, Ark. so often when traveling I-40 to visit my daughter and her family, and every time I make a note to get off on Highway 70 the next trip and take a picture of it, so during my last trip, I did just that.

Developer conference in Conway marries business, development, and real estate

The University of Central Arkansas Center for Community and Economic Development will host a Small Developer Conference on Thursday, May 31 at McCastlain Hall on the UCA campus.

Preserve Arkansas announces 2018 list of Arkansas’s Most Endangered Places

Preserve Arkansas’s 2018 Most Endangered Places list includes an African American cemetery, four historic churches, an Italian prisoner-of-war camp, a neighborhood commercial building associated with the desegregation of Central High School, a railroad depot, a tourist home for African Americans during the Jim Crow era, and an antebellum house.

Jack Nelson Jones Professional Association

Public Employees Claims Div. v. Clark, 2018 Ark. App. 215 (March 28, 2018)

UA Little Rock’s Brian Gray talks importance of scholarships

When it comes to higher education, Brian Gray knows doors tend open from his own experience.

Something To Chew On

The only time I was sent to the principal’s office in elementary school coincided with my side-hustle.

The Critic’s Corner

Given the number of movies made each year, you’d think there would be enough good ones to go around.

Dave Says ...

Save up, or get a mortgage?; Stand up to them!

Future doctor plans to use language skills to help people get better access to healthcare

As a Spanish interpreter at the 12th Street Health and Wellness Center in Little Rock, Rebecca Parker Moreira sees the challenges medical professionals and patients face when they cannot communicate with each other.