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Greg Harton: Town hall tumult

Womack, Cotton get earfuls, but don’t expect them to change

Subscriber onlyLast week's town hall meetings in Northwest Arkansas were vital events that accomplished virtually nothing in terms of governing this nation. Continue reading...

Making ‘fake news’

All about intent

Subscriber onlyWe're hearing a lot today about "fake news." Some contend President Trump is largely responsible because he applies the term for much criticism as loosely as many of the left have accused those who disagree with them or policies of the former president of racism. Continue reading...

Brenda Blagg: A welcome fight

Fayetteville continues push for anti-discrimination law

Subscriber onlyA controversial Fayetteville ordinance is down but not out -- at least not yet. Continue reading...

Others say: Compassionate expulsion?

Subscriber onlyTo hear President Donald Trump describe it, his new policy on immigration enforcement is aimed at kicking out only "bad hombres," the serious criminals who Trump says are endangering American lives. If that were the case, we'd have no argument. President Barack Obama enforced the same policy. Continue reading...

NWA editorial: Let'em speak

Residents should have chance before City Council

Subscriber onlyContrary to a popular adage, you can fight city hall. You just need the right battle plan and the tools to execute it. Continue reading...

Dark drama in Cave Springs

Subscriber onlyI've exercised an impressive level of darn-near superhuman willpower to refrain from commenting on all the Tontitown-like turmoil unfolding in little Cave Springs. Yet, alas, valued readers, today I've have failed after finally enjoying all the darkened drama I could stand without offering a thought. Continue reading...

NWA editorial: Closing the barn door

County builds new protections for taxpayer dollars

Subscriber onlyAlthough law enforcement officers are, far more often than not, the "good guys with guns" who show up in times of need, it's nonetheless unnerving for most people when they come calling. Continue reading...

Doug Thompson: Taking the thrashing

Critics and targets deserve some credit

Subscriber onlyAt least Sen. Tom Cotton and Rep. Steve Womack showed up. Continue reading...

Pickin’ Cotton

Subscriber onlyBELIEVE it or not, not all meetings have to be boring. For proof, see the town hall gathering that Tom Cotton held Wednesday in Springdale. Talk about a rambunctious democracy! What a country! Continue reading...

NWA Letters

Subscriber only To protect campuses, there must be a better way Continue reading...

Letters to the Editor

Subscriber onlyFayetteville should tackle homelessness now Continue reading...

Letters to the Editor

Subscriber onlyTo protect campuses, there must be a better way Continue reading...

Letters to the editor

Subscriber onlyPanhandlers are manipulating people Continue reading...

Gary Smith: Crisis of Faith (and Tim)

Visit to Nashville turns family into semi-stalkers

Subscriber onlyI spent the weekend stalking Tim McGraw and Faith Hill. Continue reading...

Beauty on the border

Sights, sounds illuminate migrants’ journey

Subscriber onlyWHAT A timely topic. It’s as if Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art anticipated the current political uproar along the U.S.-Mexican border and arranged to show an exhibit that reveals how contemporary art is capable of handling contemporary issues. Continue reading...

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