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- On Tuesday, Nov. 27, 2018, UA Little Rock patrons and friends took to the newly opened River Market location to witness the unveiling of a restored historic mural – Joe Jones’s “The Struggle of the South”.
- As far as I can remember, Christmas in Saline County has been marked by the same traditions.
- Over a half century ago a Little Rock teacher named Selma Ratley was in search of the perfect kindergarten.
- Originally from Arkadelphia, Jesse Clark, owner and Executive Broker of Saline County’s Clark & Co. Realty, hasn’t strayed too farm from home.
- Originally from the Benton area, Kim Doughty-McCannon has always had a thing for the outdoors.
- Christopher Trudeau, J.D., an associate professor in the College of Medicine at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) and an associate professor of law at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock William H. Bowen School of Law, has been tapped to serve a four-year term on the Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA)advisory committee on risk communication.
- Typically, when you ask business owners to tell you their story, the answer doesn’t usually start with Craigslist.
- This past election held a lot of potential to deliver either a rebuke or affirmation of the Trump presidency, as well as Republican rule in Arkansas.
Balancing the scales of justice is no easy feat, especially when one considers the tangled webs caused by the simplest of issues.
- Indian Removal was not a new idea when Congress passed the Indian Removal Act up to President Andrew Jackson in 1830.