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Investments by the U.S. Economic Development Administration (EDA) in Arkansas are helping promote growth and progress that improve quality of life across our state. Already this year, grants to … more
Wise and witty thoughts are the only things that bring me any solace during tax-filing season — thoughts, such as these: “The best way to teach your kids about taxes is by eating 30% of … more
LITTLE ROCK — Several state agencies are preparing for increased traffic from out-of-state tourists who will drive to Arkansas on Monday, April 8, to view the solar eclipse. They’re … more
This week must have been especially rough for the people still living in the contaminated eastern Ohio town of East Palestine. On Tuesday, only hours after the Francis Scott Key Bridge in Baltimore … more
With President Joe Biden’s approval ratings lodged stubbornly on the minus side – some by as much as 30 percent – his re-election campaign team seems to be teetering in the verge of … more
When I hike to the end of a long trail and see a beautiful sunset or a sparkling river, a single thought always occurs to me: did I turn off the oven? My friends have dragged me out for hikes along … more
You probably have quite a few co-workers with whom you exchange chitchat, banter and superficial observations on current events. (“I fervently believe both Hamas and Putin could be nullified … more
My 13-year-old goddaughter still can’t understand how telephone busy signals used to work. She can’t help it. At 13, she’s a member of the Gen Alpha generation, kids born between … more
The countdown is officially on for the Great North American Eclipse. On April 8th, the sun, moon, and earth will align perfectly for a Total Solar Eclipse, and Arkansas is the prime location to view … more
In 1972, Congress enacted the Clean Water Act to support clean water, healthy communities, and industries throughout our economy. When farmers and ranchers, builders, and manufacturers obtain a … more
Arkansas has a long and proud history of service to our country, including generations who have worn our nation’s uniform, steadfast community support for our Armed Forces and significant … more
Colorectal cancer stands as one of the leading causes of cancer-related deaths in the United States. However, the stark reality is that it doesn't have to be. The month of March is Colorectal Cancer … more
A new farm bill is top of mind for many farmers, ranchers, and rural community members. However, amidst the ongoing discussions and negotiations, another important conversation is beginning to … more
LITTLE ROCK –Arkansans who own a home or a business are becoming more aware that the cost of insurance coverage is going up significantly. Legislators are looking for ways to bring the cost … more
When you’re responsible for other people’s money, mixing it with morality is a mistake. Not that climate change is a moral issue per se, but many of those who believe do so with a fervor … more
Recently I took up crocheting, the theory being that if I can’t survive a zombie apocalypse, at least I can have nice coasters. Crocheting is like knitting, but with one hook instead of two … more
After years of trying to develop what he called a “premium” hamburger, McDonald’s CFO Ian Borden surprised no one the other day by announcing that the company’s new focus is … more
It’s probably not the Easter message you expected, but for the sake of argument, let’s set aside miracles, repentance, heaven, hell and claims of divinity. Countless people who reject … more
A growing number of Americans think the American Dream is out of reach, but I think they are wrong. According to a recent Wall Street Journal poll, only 36% of voters said the American Dream still … more
Republicans are never going to impeach Joe Biden. I wish more Republicans would beat that fact into their skulls. Just as Democrats weren’t able to impeach Donald Trump because they … more
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