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Ralph Bunche Community Hall formerly Ralph Bunche School built 1947. (Photo by Cedric Egbers)

Racial integration in Benton Schools

After the Civil War, some free black families lived in Bauxite in tar paper shacks in segregated camps and worked the mines.

February 11-17, 2019

School’s in session, everyone outside

The American naturalist and author, Doug Peacock, once said, “Saving the wild is the mother of all things.

Racial integration in Benton Schools

After the Civil War, some free black families lived in Bauxite in tar paper shacks in segregated camps and worked the mines.

Jack Nelson Jones Professional Association

Schreckhise v. Parry, 2019 Ark. App. 48 (Jan. 30, 2019)

UA Little Rock hosts VITA program to help people file taxes for free

The University of Arkansas at Little Rock will run a Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program for the second year in a row to assist members of the public and the campus community file their taxes free of charge.

Dusty Relics of Arkansas History

The Academy Award nominees have just been announced, a great time for a Dusty Relic of Arkansas History with an Academy Award flair.

Something To Chew On

When I was a kid, I had a traveling library. As in, I found a lovely old suitcase that was blue, slightly torn, and had old fashioned buckles across it.

Real Possibilities

Recently, the AARP Public Policy Institute published a report on Medicaid, a program that is crucial to the delivery of both healthcare and long-term services and support in the United States.

Adulting, No Thanks

As I geared off for college, I prepped for the inevitable: boys, parties, and the abundance of peer pressure I’d be forced into.

Dave Says ...

A teachable moment