NWA Letters to the Editor

Subscriber onlyWomack's priorities Continue reading...

BRADLEY R. GITZ: Mickey and the scientists

Subscriber onlyIt was a recipe for incongruity: a conference of social scientists earlier this month at a swank resort only a hop, skip and jump from Disney World. Continue reading...

One for three

The Supremes weigh in

Subscriber onlyThe only surprise in Thursday morning's ruling concerning Issue 1 is that Arkansas' top court split 6-1. We had a 10-spot that said it would be unanimous. Continue reading...

How to make things worse

Subscriber onlyIf DNA were measured as a portion of your body, Elizabeth Warren's genetic Native American heritage would amount to a speck on the little toe of her left foot--everything about her is leftist. A scientific test showed that her DNA is maybe no more than one one-thousandth Native American. But not to fear. It's still 100 percent true that she once identified herself as a racial minority in a law school directory. Continue reading...

VIC SNYDER: To your health

Take look at alcohol consumption

Subscriber onlyThe old TV western Gunsmoke lasted for 20 years, and it is highly likely the Long Branch Saloon was in all 635 episodes. The real 1870s Long Branch Saloon in Dodge City, Kansas, in addition to hard liquor and cold beer, served lemonade. And one of the owners wasn't satisfied with a mere honky-tonk piano. He was a musician, and he made sure there was a five-piece band. Today we would call the area an entertainment district. Continue reading...

Letters

Subscriber onlyWho's fleecing whom Continue reading...

OLD NEWS: Funny how words can change in 100 years

Subscriber onlyLet's talk dubs. Continue reading...

Watch Your Language! Make those metonymies and onomatopoeias work for you

Subscriber onlyLast week, I wrote about half of the "Top 20 Figures of Speech." As I was re-reading the list for this week, I realized two things. Continue reading...

Practically Active: Diabetes can really get under your skin

Subscriber onlyWhen the doctor said I had diabetes, I conjured images of languishing on a chaise lounge nibbling on chocolates. I have no idea why I thought this. Continue reading...

OTHERS SAY: Open the gates

Subscriber onlyChina has undertaken a new public relations campaign to whitewash its sweeping attempt to detain and brainwash hundreds of thousands of Muslim Uighurs in Xinjiang province in the country's northwest. Continue reading...

NWA EDITORIAL: Endorsements in contested City Council races in Fayetteville, Rogers

Contested races in Fayetteville, Rogers councils

Subscriber onlyDay two of our endorsements in key political races within Benton and Washington counties offers an opportunity to provide voters feedback on candidates for city councils in Fayetteville and Rogers. Continue reading...

NWA LETTERS

Subscriber onlyDistrict 84 candidate hiding her affiliation Continue reading...

NWA Letters to the Editor

Subscriber onlyDistrict 84 candidate Continue reading...

JOHN BRUMMETT: Arrows over the horizon

Subscriber onlyEarly voting begins Monday and I plan, as usual, to get it over with. The only thing the last two weeks are normally good for is louder and frantic racket. Continue reading...

REX NELSON: Stories of Arkansas

Subscriber onlyFew people know Arkansas better or love the state more than Joe David Rice. Born in Paragould and raised in Jonesboro, Rice spent almost three decades as the state's tourism director. He was in the business of selling Arkansas in his post at the state Department of Parks and Tourism. Along the way, he gained a vast knowledge of each of this quirky state's 75 counties. Continue reading...

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