Latino-based theater organizations pursue growth, grant funding

Subscriber onlyRogers resident Damian Dena studied to become an actor in Texas and played roles traditionally filled by white people -- Dracula, for example -- despite his brown skin and Hispanic ethnicity, he said.

First round down, more to go for public outreach campaign to shape future of Fayetteville parks

Subscriber onlyCommunity or regional parks? Elaborate amenities or bocce ball? Preserve more land or upgrade what the city already owns? Why not a little bit of everything?

Trial to begin for teen in 2016 robbery death

Subscriber onlyOne of three teens charged in the 2016 shooting death of a University of Arkansas at Fort Smith student during a home invasion robbery faces a jury Monday in a trial expected to last most of the week.

LPGA tournament features fun for all ages

Subscriber onlyThe LPGA Tour's Walmart NW Arkansas Championship has grown into an annual family outing for many as the event has grown to encompa...

Bentonville School Board hears from Good News backers

Subscriber onlyBenton County Prosecuting Attorney Nathan Smith last week cited public safety as one reason the School District should allow a Chr...

Report: Farming a drain on water

Subscriber onlyArkansas continues to be one of the biggest users of water in the country, according to data released last week by the U.S. Geolog...

Camps for border's kids harken to state '40s past

Subscriber onlyRichard Yada visits the Desha County land where he was confined as a child so frequently that he notices when the crops change.

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Let's Eat

8th Street Market mushrooms with build out

Subscriber onlyBENTONVILLE -- The 8th Street Market will grow this summer season with the opening of The Vine and South Market, increasing the facility's role as an activity hub in the southeast part of downtown.

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He checked her out at Penney's, liked what he saw

Subscriber onlyTom Nichols wasn't looking for new clothes when he wandered through the J.C. Penney men's department in the fall of 1966.

Outdoors

Sylamore save!

Subscriber onlyRay Tucker and I were down to our last strike in the ninth inning, but a big school of smallmouths triggered a big finish.

Opinion

OTHERS SAY What rule of law in Iran?

Subscriber onlyWhen Hassan Rouhani ran for president of Iran in 2013, he campaigned on the promise of promoting human rights and individual freedoms in a country that retained a strong authoritarian bent. Five years after his election, it is becoming clear that Rouhani has failed to deliver on these promises. Last week’s arrest of prominent human rights lawyer Nasrin Sotoudeh is a telling reminder that the regime’s repressive tactics remain largely unchanged.

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Failed casino getting a second try

Subscriber onlyA Denver developer and New Jersey gambling regulators made a big bet last week on the future of Atlantic City and a casino that flopped four years ago, granting a casino license to the Ocean Resort Casino a week before it is due to reopen.