Watch your mouth

A little swearing might help that thumb

Subscriber onlyYou taught me language, and my profit on't, Is I know how to curse. Continue reading...

A vulture solution

Agency wants to help ranchers

Subscriber onlyTo our Arkansas cattle ranchers concerned about black vultures killing your youngest livestock: I hear you, and we can help. ​ Continue reading...

Hope's big watermelons

Subscriber onlyI walked into the Fair Park Coliseum at Hope early that Saturday afternoon, and immediately someone began calling my name from the other side of the crowded room. Continue reading...

Letters

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MASTERSON ONLINE: Witty Will Rogers

Subscriber onlyIn reflecting on exceptional wits of our time, I immediately picture Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens) of Missouri and William “Will” Penn Adair Rogers from Oklahoma. Continue reading...

Doug Thompson: Lighting candles still better than cursing

Some state Republicans responded well to Charlottesville

Subscriber onlyBravo, Sen. Tom Cotton, Gov. Asa Hutchinson and state Rep. Jeff Williams. Bravo also to all others who gave strong, swift rebukes to Nazis at a rally in Charlottesville, Va. Continue reading...

NWA editorial: Report crimes

Legal status should not be barrier to calling authorities

Subscriber onlyPeople who migrated illegally to the United States, in most cases, traveled here in pursuit of better lives, for themselves and their families. Continue reading...

Correction

Subscriber onlyAutumn Tolbert was the attorney representing Jimmy Lee Hancock, whose case in Washington County Circuit Court was dropped this week after Tolbert filed a motion arguing Hancock's right to speedy trial had been violated. A judge agreed. A reference to Tolbert's lawyer in Friday's editorial used the incorrect pronoun. Continue reading...

NWA LETTERS

Subscriber onlyWhy do BLM activists get a pass on violence? Continue reading...

Letters to the Editor

Subscriber onlyRemember history, but Continue reading...

Letters to the Editor

Subscriber onlyWhy do BLM activists Continue reading...

Letters to the Editor

Subscriber onlyProsecutor, staff dropped ball, should be axed Continue reading...

Our watershed?

After Virginia, a will to change

Subscriber onlyIn an age of mobility in which people live in multiple locations over the course of their lifetimes, Charlottesville has functioned as my second hometown. I met and married my wife there; my oldest child was born in the University of Virginia hospital, and a dogwood tree shelters the grave of another child we left behind. Continue reading...

Letters

Subscriber onlyWhat did we expect? Continue reading...

Gary Smith: Escaping to baseball

Sport’s unpredictable nature still a draw

Subscriber onlyThe news cycle the last few weeks has been such that I feel the only way to observe it is through my eclipse glasses. Staring at it too long will burn my retina. Continue reading...

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