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She was a loner

Subscriber only Jane Jacobs was an outsider when she began to point out what was all too clear to her. But now hers is the conventional wisdom. Or as a sage named Yogi Berra was once said to have pointed out, it’s remarkable what one can observe just by watching. Continue reading...

BRUMMETT ONLINE: Hyper-partisan claptrap

Subscriber onlyWe put on this newspaper’s “Senior Expo” political panel Saturday. I thought I’d report to the legions who forgot to attend. Continue reading...

NWA editorial: Vote, then move on

Alderman La Tour can’t let go of past lost votes

Subscriber onlyThe people of Fayetteville voted in August to tax themselves at a higher rate for the operation and expansion of what's become one of the most popular facilities in town -- the Fayetteville Public Library. Continue reading...

Brenda Blagg: Gauging the impact

Did Monday’s debate sway anyone or just confirm suspicions?

Subscriber onlyThe much-awaited first presidential debate is history. Yet its true impact is unknown. Continue reading...

MIKE MASTERSON: Harmers or harmed?

Voters to choose

Subscriber onlyThe committee fighting a ballot measure that would limit the amount courts could award attorneys who win certain negligence cases against health-care providers understandably has plenty of financial support from law firms and others across Arkansas. Continue reading...

Art Hobson: Sing it, Frankie

Mankind lucky to find its place in ‘this fine old world’

Subscriber onlyFrankie's song said it well: "That's life. That's what people say. You're riding high in April, shot down in May. ... But I don't let it, let it get me down. 'Cause this fine old world -- it keeps spinnin' around." Continue reading...

Health of our waters

The grades are in

Subscriber onlyIf you didn't visit the Buffalo River Watershed Alliance website last week and see the enormous infestation of algae blooming along a section of the country's first national river, the pictures are still there as proof of the muck stretching from Gilbert to South Maumee. Continue reading...

NWA editorial: Moving ahead in a Model T

Downtown courts pursuit hits snag of preservation

Subscriber onlyJust when the conversation over how to upgrade and expand Benton County's courts system couldn't seem to get more complicated, the drive toward a solution hit a new pothole. Continue reading...

Becoming Chef Russell

Subscriber onlyBig, friendly Russell Shorb of Harrison was always a lot like so many of us. His 45 years had been filled with hopes and aspirations along with more than his share of bleaker times and painful hard knocks. Continue reading...

NWA editorial: Get back, funky Cat

Candidate can’t run for ward where he doesn’t live

Subscriber onlyAdam Fire Cat always brings a new and unexpected wrinkle to the political races he joins. Continue reading...

Letters to the Editor

Subscriber onlyLane Hotel school Continue reading...

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Subscriber onlyExpansion of stadium, Continue reading...

Letters to the Editor

Subscriber onlyAnother perspective on Purvis' campaign analysis Continue reading...

Gary Smith: Man's search for space

Since when did walking become something to avoid?

Subscriber onlyAs I'm sure you're aware, I have a day job. Continue reading...

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