Gravette man pleads guilty to sexual assault

Posted: March 31, 2014 at 1:01 p.m.

A Gravette man was sentenced to 15 years in prison for sexually assaulting a girl.

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Trip to Cuba a bid to save the old

Conservator Rick Parker poses for a photo with one of his restoration projects, a painting by Samuel Morse that dates to around 1840, on Wednesday in his workshop in Gentry. Parker, who recently returned from Cuba surveying United Nations World Heritage sites, is a private conservator on staff with the Smithsonian Institution who specializes in restoring wooden artifacts.

It’s the humidity in Cuba that worries Rick Parker. That and the termites. Read »

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UA receives $7.8 million gift for engineering...

A University of Arkansas in Fayetteville alumnus has pledged more than $7.8 million to the College of Engineering, the school said Monday. Read »