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Act expected to help cover inpatient care $45.9 billion in unpaid bills piled up on hospitals in ’12

Posted: February 10, 2014 at 5 a.m.

Andy Ramos of Springdale was hospitalized late last year because of a laceration on his leg. Without insurance, he said he was stuck with the more than $1,000 bill.

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Teacher Robyn Maner works on Friday Feb. 7 2014 with academy students, from left, Yukiko Ochiai, Maddey Hilliard and Zenda Staab during a chemistry class.

Classical education, with its Latin instruction and classic texts, is an increasing choice for some Northwest ... Read »

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In NLR, Shorter College recovers

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette/MELISSA SUE GERRITS 
Kenneth Jones, dean of student affairs for Shorter College, addresses students during chapel service. The service consisted of prayer, singing, a lecture and a review of the core values of the school.

At 10:55 a.m. Wednesday, a throng of students reached the doors of the chapel at Shorter College and were turn... Read »