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Consumers who need access to credit during coronavirus crisis and other emergencies faced a very close call this week when some in Congress tried to sneak a provision into the COVID-19 economic … more
The House and the Senate both passed the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act.The bill is on its way to President Trump's desk to be signed into law. This bipartisan legislation … more
LITTLE ROCK — The legislature convened in special session to address potential revenue shortfalls, resulting from the sudden economic downturn caused by the outbreak of the … more
The public health crisis triggered by the coronavirus pandemic has brought economic activity in America’s large cities and small towns alike to a grinding halt. Businesses of all sizes are being … more
At the governor’s daily briefing Thursday, he reported that a third Arkansans had died from Covid-19, and that a total of 335 people in Arkansas had tested positive for the virus. The next briefing … more
During flu season, the Arkansas Department of Health (ADH) produces a Weekly Influenza Report for clinicians. The report provides information on flu activity in the state. The report also compares … more
I just want to say a great big thank you to the staff of Newton County Nursing Home. What a privilege it is to work among selfless, caring people who put the resident's needs above their own. We … more
"YOUR RESPONSE IS REQUIRED BY LAW." That was on the front of the envelop I received in the mail from the U.S. Census Bureau. I opened it and this is what the letter inside of it read. Dear … more
After years of Russia, Russia, Russia and a few months of Ukraine, Ukraine, Ukraine we now have another bunch of foreigners interfering in our presidential election. The difference is the Opposition … more
Not that you were so brazen as to ask, but one of my greatest sources of pride as an old, happily married man is that I always managed to resist the siren call of premarital sex. (Okay, I probably … more
Two or three times a year, falling trees knock out power at my home, in a heavily wooded section of Central California. When outages stretch over several days food in our refrigerator goes bad, cell … more
My Aunt Cecelia was just beginning the eighth grade when it happened. In late spring 1951, she came home from school with a high temperature, feeling very ill. The next morning, her legs gave out … more
I'm sure you've been closely tracking the status of COVID-19 in both the country and our communities, and I wanted to share helpful resources where you can go to find information. I know the news is … more
LITTLE ROCK — To cushion the financial impact of the coronavirus outbreak on working families, the state has streamlined the process of applying for unemployment insurance. The Department of … more
LITTLE ROCK – The COVID-19 pandemic has required us to rethink how we do things in our personal lives from education to our business, and how we entertain ourselves. The same is true in government. … more
We’ve all been inconvenienced by cancellations, closures and curfews because of the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. I understand the disappointment of basketball teams prevented from playing in … more
The Newton County Times only recently learned of the passing last December of one of its long-time correspondents, Iva Sory. She was one of the last correspondents to write her news in long hand … more
You’ve probably never heard of Erica Newland. And if she had her druthers, it’s a safe bet that she would have preferred it stayed that way. But Newland, a former attorney in the U.S. … more
We could use some Irish wit and wisdom right now. Here’s a good start: “You’ll never plow a field by turning it over in your mind.” That’s a lesson well-taught by the many Irish … more
“Where are you from? Russia?” the middle-aged woman asked matter-of-factly, as she walked toward her polling place in Seaside, California on Super Tuesday. She had been approached by a man … more
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