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Out-of-sight visits art museum's goal

Subscriber onlyBeing blind hasn't stopped Rita Reese-Whiting from seeing paintings and sculptures at Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, she said.

Mall owners, county assessor settle on property value

Subscriber onlySchool districts in Washington County will get about $250,000 less in tax revenue this year from the owners of the Northwest Arkansas Mall.

Judge expands video court options

Subscriber onlyBenton County Circuit Judge Brad Karren has used a video system for five years to hold hearings in both civil and criminal cases. The practice saves money and increases security, he said.

Schools look at how to use Aspire scores

Subscriber onlyArkansas educators will be using results from this year's ACT Aspire exams -- given in April to about 290,000 third- through 10th-...

Parks department hopes to create parks with bond approval

Subscriber onlyROGERS -- The western portion of the city needs more greenspace to keep pace with the growing population, officials say.

New House speaker takes helm

Subscriber only While a cub attorney at his first law firm in El Dorado, Matthew Shepherd was presented a thankless case.

Hill's staff helps Searcy man break VA gridlock on disability claim

Subscriber onlyWhen you're trying to get help from the federal government and you're hitting a brick wall, Shannon Teague says, it helps to have ...

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Raising Cane's to open in Bentonville

Subscriber onlyBENTONVILLE -- Raising Cane's Chicken Fingers is coming to Bentonville with a grand opening set for Tuesday morning, according to a news release.

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Beating Florida still on wish list

Subscriber only Kentucky Coach Mark Stoops gave a thoughtful answer considering he's been asked the same question constantly since taking over the Wildcats' football program in 2013.

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Notification slow during war

Subscriber onlyEven in this age of instant information, when a loved one is in jeopardy or might have died, we know the agony of uncertainty.

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Ground out

Subscriber onlyRay Tucker and I expected to win our doubleheader on the White River with a home run, but we grounded out instead.

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GREG HARTON: Inside the lines

Subscriber onlyEighteen years ago, in a distant time known as BK (before kids), my wife and I tossed backpacks on and took a fascinating trek through portions of Europe.

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Brazil farmers stuck in hard place

Subscriber onlyThese should be jubilant times across the sprawling savanna of southeastern Brazil. Soybean is king there. And with the China-U.S. trade war pushing Chinese buyers to frantically search the globe for alternatives to American soy, Brazil is the most logical first stop.