Feet don't count

Subscriber onlyOn Thursday, our regular national columnist Walter Williams discussed the stalking horse concept in politics. His lede: Continue reading...

BOLD action

Aid those living with Alzheimer’s

Subscriber onlyIt is time we change our thinking on Alzheimer's disease. Too often, Alzheimer's is treated as an aging issue but, similar to other diseases, Alzheimer's has a broad impact on communities. As such, it is more than just a health problem, but rather because the burden is large, the impact is major, and there are ways to intervene, Alzheimer's is a public health crisis. Continue reading...

Duck season dawns

Subscriber onlyAnother Arkansas duck season begins today. While there were far more Arkansans (as many as 500,000 according to some estimates) who participated a week ago on the first day of modern gun deer season, duck season is more associated with Arkansas' history and culture. The state's current deer population is the crowning achievement of the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission in a state where the deer herd had dwindled in the decades prior to World War II. Continue reading...

Letters

Subscriber onlyKeep the money here Continue reading...

Masterson online: Where’s our SRT?

Subscriber onlyI’ve been waiting for a couple of years now for some enterprising Arkansas physician who believes in simple and painless technology over painful and often radical surgery to hear my plea on behalf of Arkansans beset by non-melanoma skin cancers. Continue reading...

DOUG THOMPSON: Lessons from Alabama

Arkansas needs to heed them

Subscriber onlyAlabama teaches lessons Arkansas should heed. Continue reading...

NWA editorial: Proposal of historic proportions

Does preservation require new government process?

Subscriber onlyHas Fayetteville's idea of good governance gotten so wrapped up in process that neighbors who want to talk about preserving historic structures need a city-issued permit to have those conversations? Continue reading...

NWA LETTERS

Subscriber onlyDoes Putin sense Korea’s hierarchy of needs? Continue reading...

Letters to the Editor

Subscriber onlyMilitary sees complications from climate change Continue reading...

Letters to the Editor

Subscriber onlyDoes Putin sense Korea's hierarchy of needs? Continue reading...

A proud legacy

Fulbright Program promotes peace

Subscriber onlyThis week, education institutions of all types across the United States are celebrating International Education Week by highlighting the benefits of international education, including educational exchanges. Arkansans should be especially proud this week of the legacy of Sen. J. William Fulbright, whose legislation in 1946 created the Fulbright Program, the flagship international educational exchange program of the U.S. government. Continue reading...

Annotated Proclamation

Subscriber onlyThe uniquely American observance of Thanksgiving was first proclaimed as a national holiday in 1789 by the first president elected under the new Constitution. Continue reading...

Letters

Subscriber onlyAcademics, not color Continue reading...

Annexations and the role of karma

Subscriber onlyThe city of Rogers whines about regional collaborations now, but as I served as alderman for the city of Cave Springs late last century, I seem to recall what is now Shadow Valley being annexed by the newly created Act 779 from our city to theirs. And our city being divided in two by their later annexations. Continue reading...

Town square most visible reflection of community

Subscriber onlyBentonville is the greatest town in America. With one example after another, what was unimaginable becomes reality. Continue reading...

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