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The last book store in Saline County

After the local Hastings closed its doors in 2016, there weren’t many places left for avid readers to go book shopping in Saline County.

December 9-15, 2019

FOIA: Public access to the truth as important as ever

“Public business is the public’s business. The people have the right to know. Freedom of information is their just heritage.

AT&T chief talks 5G technology at annual Little Rock Chamber fete

AT&T’s TimeWarner unit to roll out new 5G direct-to-consumer content product in May 2020

Arkansas Folklore: The Big Bear of Arkansas

The holidays means food. And for many Arkansans, year-end family meals mean weeks of hunting, dressing and preparing unique dishes from the wild bounty of the Natural State.

Founding dean Dr. Mary Good left lasting legacy in Arkansas

Dr. Mary Lowe Good, founding dean of the Donaghey College of Engineering and Technology (EIT) at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, passed away Wednesday, Nov. 20, in her sleep.

Are We There Yet?

Nearly a year ago, Fred and I were planning a trip to St. Francisville, Louisiana – about 25 miles north of Baton Rouge – to an inn called Myrtle’s Plantation, which calls itself, “America’s most haunted hotel.”

Real Possibilities

Jack Nelson Jones Professional Association

Johnson v. Pope Emergency Group, LLC, 2019 Ark. App. 544 (Nov. 20, 2019)

Dusty Relics of Arkansas History

Last May, my son and I went to St. Louis to take in a couple of Cardinal games.

The Critic's Corner

“Knives Out” is a throwback to the murder mysteries that were Agatha Christie’s stock and trade.

Dave Says ...

Cash them in and do something better!; Decisions and sacrifices