Nov 25 2002 by James Jefferson
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – The state Supreme Court’s declaration that Arkansas’ school funding system is unconstitutional formalized the failure of what was hailed as the most sweeping reform of education
Nov 22 2002 by Charles haynes
A favorite New Yorker cartoon depicts two Pilgrims chatting on the deck of the Mayflower. “Religious freedom is my immediate goal,” says one, “but my long-range plan is to go into real estate.”
Nov 22 2002 by admin
To the Editor:
Nov 21 2002 by admin
A ward boundary dispute in Hardy points out the need for all cities to review their ward boundary descriptions and see if they are clear.
Maybe I’m sensitive to these matters because I have a name that’s often misspelled.
Nov 20 2002 by admin
Some days it feels like the sky is falling.
By Don Caskey
“The family is one of nature’s masterpieces.”
– George Santayana
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Nov 19 2002 by admin
The debate can spark tempers and tantrums among normally-calm adult men and women. It pops up during this time of year, as newspaper inserts advertise sales of all sorts.
LITTLE ROCK – The juvenile detention center at Alexander, which houses about 114 serious offenders, must improve mental health treatment, education and protection of youths with suicidal tendencies
Nov 18 2002 by Wilson Powell
We are in receipt of a relatively small but surprisingly comprehensive file on elements of the Calhoun family, from Zach Calhoun, 228 El Monte, Los Altos, CA 94022.
Nov 18 2002 by James Jefferson
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – Rep. Shawn Womack was in the minority among his legislative colleagues last week, and not because he’s a Republican.
Nov 15 2002 by Terrell Tebbetts
I sure get tired of hearing downtowners referred to as the “Hysterical Society.” I’ve heard it too many times over the last month when downtown neighbors were fighting a rezoning request.