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Deaths at 17 in sinking; a rush to rescue in vain

Subscriber onlyThe seriousness of the tragedy on Table Rock Lake became apparent to Pat Cox when he arrived at the site of a sunken tour boat immediately after Thursday night's storm and there were no survivors floating in life jackets.

Arkansas teacher system to back pellet-maker's $150 million loan

Subscriber onlyThe Arkansas Teacher Retirement System will guarantee a $150 million loan and interest owed by Highland Pellets LLC, which operates a wood-pellet manufacturing plant in the Pine Bluff industrial park near White Hall, the system's trustees decided Friday.

Judge refuses to stay ruling on abortion; state wants pacts between providers, doctors

Subscriber onlyA federal judge refused Friday to stay, or suspend, her July 2 injunction blocking the state from requiring abortion providers to contract with doctors with hospital privileges.

Springdale Camp exposes kids to skilled trades

Subscriber onlyJodi Aaron wants to be a truck driver when she grows up, a determination strengthened by her experience this week in the Explore S...

In-person visits to end at county jail

Subscriber onlyThe Benton County Jail will no longer offer free, in-person visits between inmates and their family members and friends starting i...

NWACC officials considers adding dorms

Subscriber onlyNorthwest Arkansas Community College officials are considering adding dormitories.

UA immigration-law clinic chief ready to work

Subscriber onlyStudents interested in immigration law have been "very attuned to what was going on in the world," said Beth Zilberman, new direct...

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"The Holler" opens Saturday at Bentonville's "8th Street Market"

Subscriber onlyBENTONVILLE -- The Holler will be a place patrons can come to work, grab something to eat, be somewhere they can meet co-workers or friends after work, have a drink and play some shuffleboard.


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Lock's return key to Tigers' offense

Subscriber only Missouri quarterback Drew Lock thought long and hard about entering the NFL Draft after last year and a junior season in which he earned All-SEC first-team honors.


Fiddler in Yiddish gets first pro staging in U.S.

Subscriber only Yiddish was the language spoken by Tevye the milk peddler and the other shtetl characters depicted in the stories that inspired Fiddler on the Roof, yet in this country the landmark musical has never been performed professionally in that savory and supple tongue. Until now.


Fishing hot spots

Subscriber onlyLAKE NIMROD Crappie fishing is excellent in minnows and jigs at 12-14 feet. Bass fishing in shallow water with topwater lures early and with spinnerbaits or crankbaits later in the day. Catfishing is excellent in shallow water. Bream are biting worms or crickets.


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EU, Chinese stinging U.S., Trump tweets

Subscriber onlyPresident Donald Trump on Friday accused China and the European Union of manipulating their currencies and continued to criticize the Federal Reserve for raising interest rates, saying those moves are putting the United States at a disadvantage.