REX NELSON: A slice of pie

Subscriber onlyEarlier this year, the folks at Arkansas Life magazine asked me to list my favorite restaurant for pie. It wasn't an easy choice because Arkansas is one of the top pie states in the country. I settled on the small restaurant at the Shangri-La Resort on Lake Ouachita near Mount Ida. Continue reading...

MASTERSON ONLINE: Sparkin’ and spookin’

Subscriber onlyWe look forward to spending time in quirky Eureka Springs. Who doesn’t? It’s the getaway capital of northern Arkansas, a unique place that’s as much a funky arts and music community as it is a free-spirited state of mind. Continue reading...

Women's work

Female economic security vital

Subscriber onlyWomen in Arkansas are less likely to live above the poverty level than women nationally. In fact, statewide, 81.5 percent of women live above poverty, in contrast to 85.1 percent of women nationally. This represents a 4 percent gap of where Arkansas women lie on the economic scale, compared to the national level. This statistic is part of a report released in March by the Women's Foundation of Arkansas (WFA). Continue reading...

Letters

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DOUG THOMPSON: Different game, different rules

The president is out of his element

Subscriber onlyIn private business, you fire someone and he goes away. In presidential politics, you fire someone and he becomes an enemy for life with a multimillion dollar book deal and a schedule full of interviews. Continue reading...

NWA editorial: High-flyin' fares

Regional airport board gives airlines an earful

Subscriber onlyWhen it comes to airline fares at Northwest Arkansas Regional Airport, passengers could be forgiven for feeling the prices seem a bit lofty. Continue reading...

Paul Ryan and the republic

Subscriber onlyTo adapt the old phrase to today's GOP: The ships are leaving the sinking rat. Continue reading...

NWA LETTERS

Newspaper’s cartoonist an “Arkansas treasure” Continue reading...

Politics as usual

Subscriber onlyThe Trump administration lawsuit over California “sanctuary” laws meant to limit local and state law enforcement cooperation with federal immigration officials is sure to make headlines for months, perhaps years, to come. Critics of the White House note how police chiefs want unauthorized immigrants to be able to come forward to report crimes. Critics of the state cite a U.S. Supreme Court ruling involving Arizona that emphasized the primacy of the federal government on immigration. Continue reading...

DANA D. KELLEY: Rule of three

Subscriber onlyThe conditioning of humans in society is accomplished in many ways, and influenced by many things. We are shaped by nature, by science, by society, by relationships, by beliefs, by experiences, by circumstances. Continue reading...

NWA Letters to the Editor

Subscriber onlyNew I-49 interchange Continue reading...

Letters

Subscriber onlyCan all pay it forward Continue reading...

NWA Letters to the Editor: 'Diversity' causing harm to heritage, traditions

'Diversity' causing harm to heritage, traditions Continue reading...

GARY SMITH: Ruffled feathers

Birds, ants offer unwanted taste of nature

Subscriber onlyI'm not gonna lie here. Over the years I've watched a fair share of those "Man Vs. Wild" videos, and I felt like I was pretty checked out on the potential worst-case scenarios if all that stuff "out there" turned on me. So when Nature attacked, well, I was expecting a little bit more. Continue reading...

OTHERS SAY: Protect Mueller's work

Subscriber onlyIt's well past time for Speaker of the House Paul Ryan, R-Wis., and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., to stand up and protect special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian sabotage of the 2016 presidential election. Continue reading...

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