2 loans stir up judicial contest

Incumbent lax on rules, rival claims

Posted: May 18, 2014 at 3:44 a.m.

CONWAY -- In a year when judicial candidates' law licenses and campaign contributions have been scrutinized, one of the most contentious races in the 20th Judicial Circuit involves an incumbent whose biggest donation by far came from her parents.

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Twins doubling up on UAMS degrees

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette/STEPHEN B. THORNTON
Dolapo Odeniyi, left, and her twin sister Bukola Odeniyi have taken virtually all classes together leading up to Saturday's graduation from UALR. WITH JEANNIE ROBERTS WEEKEND GRADUATION STORY

Hands folded in her lap and shoulders straight, Bukola Odeniyi peeked from under a shade of heavy eyelashes to... Read »

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Honor forebears, graduates told

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette/MELISSA SUE GERRITS - 05/17/2014 -  Claire Jeter cheers while hugging friends after graduating from Episcopal Collegiate School May 17, 2014. Jeter plans to attend Roger Williams University.

Appreciating the contributions of parents and generations before them was the message speakers emphasized as t... Read »