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Wood Cutting ceremony for Orbea

A “Wood Cutting” ceremony was held on June 16 at The Works at Rockwater for bicycle manufacturer Orbea’s new operation in North Little Rock.

June 27 - July 3, 2016

I Swear

In the past three columns, I’ve told how, in February 2002, I had a major reminiscence of my role in saving the life of a heart attack victim-in-denial 20 years earlier.

The Critic's Corner

In “Central Intelligence,” Kevin Hart and the ubiquitous Dwayne Johnson star as former high school classmates who reunite as adults and wind up saving the world.

Insurance Insights

I was honored last week to participate in the 115th Annual Convention of the Independent Insurance Agents of Arkansas.

The Practical Lawyer

A major plot component in a number of films involves a wealthy person dying and his fortune going to a long, lost relative that no one had heard of until the time came to distribute estate assets.

Kay’s Cooking Corner

I have mentioned in a few of my past articles that I don’t dream very much. Or if I do, I don’t often remember them.

Are we there yet?

The other day I woke with some mild chest pain. I got up, took an aspirin and a fish oil pill and went and walked my 2.5 miles, figuring that if it was a heart attack we might as well get on with it.

Natural State Snapshots

This is a shot (originally taken during the winter of 2014) from above Cedar Falls located in Petit Jean State Park.

Jack Nelson Jones Professional Association

Kelly v. Kelly, 2016 Ark. App. 272 (May 18, 2016)

View from the Cheap Seats

I have been on a diet for most of 2016. Apparently, obese people do not live to be 100.

Wood Cutting ceremony for Orbea

A “Wood Cutting” ceremony was held on June 16 at The Works at Rockwater for bicycle manufacturer Orbea’s new operation in North Little Rock.

Continuing the series on talking with UALR alumni Markita Tyler and Christopher

Recently eight alumni from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock were recognized by Arkansas Business, in their annual “40 under 40.” Derek Boyce, the director of annual giving and alumni membership for UALR recently caught up with this group and shared insights from those chats.