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Panel's OK enacts ban on Buffalo hog farms

Watershed rule due review in 5 years

Subscriber onlyNew medium or large hog farms are now banned for the next five years in the Buffalo National River's watershed, under an Arkansas Pollution Control and Ecology Commission vote approving the ban Friday. Continue reading...

Mega Millions

The winning numbers drawn Friday night in Mega Millions: 13-35-40-60-68. Mega Ball: 9. Continue reading...

Getting it straight

Subscriber onlyThe USS Hoga tugboat was present during the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941. The USS Razorback submarine was present at the official Japanese surrender in Tokyo Bay on Sept. 2, 1945. A photo caption Friday incorrectly described the Hoga's place in World War II history. Continue reading...

Arkansans laud water-rule injunction

Subscriber onlyArkansas lawmakers and businesses on Friday praised a North Dakota federal judge's decision to temporarily block a controversial clean water rule from taking effect in the state. Continue reading...

Hacked adultery website is sued

Arkansan lodges class-action filing

Subscriber onlyAn unidentified Benton man has filed a lawsuit against the company that runs the adultery website Ashley Madison, saying the site's recent security breach compromised his personal financial information and that of other Arkansas members. Continue reading...

Family to bury GI after 45 years

Vietnam veteran’s remains return to Mountain View

Subscriber onlyForty-five years after he was declared missing, the remains of a soldier killed in the Vietnam War will be buried today in Mountain View, not far from his family's old homestead in rural Stone County. Continue reading...

Sherwood broadens site search for library

Subscriber onlyA site selection committee expanded its location choices for a new library in Sherwood to three Thursday night, after the Sherwood City Council expressed a desire earlier in the week to consider more options. Continue reading...

White Hall math teacher arrested on drug charge

Subscriber onlyA White Hall math teacher who also coaches soccer and tennis for the school district was arrested Thursday as part of a drug operation after an undercover officer purchased marijuana from him, according to the Jefferson County sheriff's office. Continue reading...

For Kanis, more lanes on the way

Subscriber onlyDear Mahatma: What are the plans to improve Kanis/Heinous Road between Shackleford and Chenal Parkway? It's already horrible and will get worse when those apartment complexes under construction are opened. -- Everett Continue reading...

Housing agency weighing options

HUD says funds mishandled

Subscriber onlyRequiring the Hot Springs Housing Authority to repay more than $670,000 in mismanaged U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development funds would create a "serious problem," the chairman of its board of commissioners said this week. Continue reading...

Arkansas Achievers

Subscriber onlyThe following students received scholarships to Missouri State University: Continue reading...

Jacksonville roads to close for repairs

Subscriber onlySections of two frontage roads in Jacksonville will be closed to accommodate pavement repair Sunday and Monday nights, the Arkansas Highway and Transportation Department said. Continue reading...

Pulling old bridge to slow I-40 traffic

Subscriber onlyWork to remove the old Norman Road bridge above Interstate 40 in North Little Rock will require overnight lane closures on I-40 for three nights beginning Monday, the Arkansas Highway and Transportation Department said. Continue reading...

Police seek man in bank robbery

They find discarded clothes

Subscriber onlyA man robbed a First Security Bank branch in Bentonville on Friday and then apparently discarded some of his clothes nearby, police said. Continue reading...

Road work to shift White Hall traffic

Subscriber onlyWork on an exit ramp on southbound Interstate 530 in White Hall will require a traffic shift Monday, the Arkansas Highway and Transportation Department said. Continue reading...