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NWA EDITORIAL: A big ask

Markham Hill’s resistance to development fades

Subscriber onlyStep into an ice cream shop and ask for a double dip of chocolate chip cookie dough and the clerk behind the counter will get busy dishing out the sweet treat. But what if the customer in the same shop peruses the available flavors, looks at the clerk and says "I'll take a steak, cooked medium, with a side of mashed potatoes." Continue reading...

Coming forward not easy in wake of an assault

Subscriber onlyWhen I was a freshman in college, I locked eyes across a fraternity party with a blond-haired, blue-eyed boy with a magnificent smile, and when we refilled our beers, we started to talk. He was charming. It was exciting. When he asked if he could walk me back to my dorm, I didn't hesitate. Continue reading...

NWA LETTERS

Subscriber onlyFaith or not, advice from Bible has merit Continue reading...

NWA Letters to the Editor

Subscriber onlyPastor's 'genocide' notion, Continue reading...

NWA Letters to the Editor

Subscriber onlyFaith or not, advice Continue reading...

NWA Letters to the Editor

Subscriber onlyYoung people should Continue reading...

ELI CRANOR: Call the Hogs, don’t boo them

Subscriber onlyIf you were one of the fans in Fayetteville last Saturday booing the Hogs' sophomore quarterback, Cole Kelly --shame on you. You're supposed to "call" the Hogs, not boo them. Continue reading...

The more the merrier

This election season should be choice

Subscriber onlyThe polling, the polling. Most of the folks in the political field know the only poll that counts is on election day. And ask any Libertarian if you doubt it. (We think that's the party motto.) Continue reading...

Others say: Pulling up the ramp

Subscriber onlyPerhaps we should be grateful that, having thrown away age-old ideals that this country is the protector of the persecuted, defender of the oppressed, champion of the despised, the nativists in the Trump administration set the ceiling for refugee admissions at 30,000, and not zero, for fiscal year 2019. Continue reading...

Time for a digital effort

Subscriber onlyThe year is 2018, and it seems everything is moving online. Even the government. Arkansas has made some fantastic strides moving services online. You can pay property taxes and renew your driver's license. But there's another area that desperately needs to go digital. Continue reading...

DANA D. KELLEY: Unringing the slander bell

Subscriber onlySupreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh has lived a blatantly public life. Continue reading...

Letters

Subscriber onlyTune up the engine Continue reading...

GARY SMITH: Feeling the heat

Temperatures suggest we may be skipping fall

Subscriber onlyIt's not quite verifiable, but it's believed Mark Twain once said "the coldest winter I ever spent was a summer in San Francisco." Continue reading...

NWA LETTERS

Subscriber onlyFans have key role in future of Hogs Continue reading...

JOHN BRUMMETT: Questioning candidates

Subscriber onlyThey had another forum for the mayoral candidates Monday night, this one standing-room-only on Little Rock's paramount issue--crime--at the Fletcher Library in midtown. Continue reading...