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Water plan reveals gap in use, renewal

Posted: July 10, 2014 at 3:42 a.m.

A newly released draft of the Arkansas Water Plan points to a growing gap between the use of groundwater in the state and the rate at which the region's aquifers can recharge.

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Teacher details White House lunch

President Barack Obama (right) talks about education during a lunch meeting Monday in the White House with teachers, including Justin Minkel (left) of Springdale.

Lunch with the president on Monday included a relaxed conversation about teaching in high-poverty schools that... Read »

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Legion to leave home since '60s in downtown L...

M.M. Eberts Post 1, the oldest American Legion post in the state, has put its building at 315 E. Capitol Ave. in Little Rock up for sale. Post officials said the veterans organization is looking to relocate to west Little Rock.

The state's oldest American Legion post, a fixture in downtown Little Rock since the mid-1960s, is relocating ... Read »