History's Alone has nothing to do with Christmas

If the annual arrival of all these sweet and sentimental Christmas specials and holiday episodes have you craving a little adventure, then History Channel has you covered. Continue reading...

El Dorado native Johnson to share music, photo talents

Guitarist Richard Leo Johnson will perform at 8 p.m. Friday in the Central Arkansas Library System's Ron Robinson Theater in Little Rock as part of the Butler Center for Arkansas Studies' Arkansas Sounds music series. Admission is free. Continue reading...

Father and son should agree to disagree and move on

DEAR CAROLYN: My boyfriend and I are in our late 20s, living together, three hours away from our respective parents. We both grew up generally well, no huge battle wounds from childhood. We are both very lucky. Continue reading...

Helpful Hints

DEAR HELOISE: I don't have a computer. After running out of writing stationery, I went to have it replaced. What a shock to discover that no store in my area carries writing stationery. Continue reading...

Horoscopes by Holiday

Happy birthday. Your charm will win you opportunities and your work ethic will turn them into lasting bounty for you and yours. Continue reading...

On Christianity

DEAR REV. GRAHAM: I thought I was doing the right thing when I abandoned my wife and kids for another woman over 20 years ago, but I was wrong. Now my kids won't have anything to do with me; they don't even want me around at Christmas. I don't have a question, but I sure wish I could go back and do things differently. Continue reading...

Super Quiz: Eastern hemisphere geography

1. Name Africa's largest desert. Continue reading...

Young man's giving spirit lives on through organization

Young man’s giving spirit lives on through organization

Subscriber onlyDustin Chamberlain dreamed of becoming a doctor and helping people around the world as a medical missionary, but he could never have imagined the impact his life would have. Continue reading...

'McNeely' brings rare blizzard to Arkansas

‘McNeely’ brings rare blizzard to Arkansas

Subscriber only"Smell that?" I remember being asked as a child. "Rain's a'comin'." Continue reading...

Families, seniors, pets at heart of Northwest Arkansas

Subscriber onlyGiving to charity is one of the most rewarding experiences a person can have. It's not only good for the spirit, it changes most into better people. Help transform Northwest Arkansas into a better place by giving this season. Continue reading...

Eating Arkansas

State’s best foods come together for holiday meal

Subscriber onlyWith the holidays approaching, thoughts of sugarplums -- or, more succinctly, foods we love here in Arkansas -- dance in our heads. The Natural State has more than its share of great holiday dishes you can order or pick up yourself to create the perfect Arkansas meal. Continue reading...

Homework debate: Hassle or helpful?

Subscriber onlyWhen I pick up our three kids from school, I ask two questions as soon as they get in the car. The first is "How did it go today?" The answers range anywhere from a grunt, to a "Fine," to a lengthy blow-by-blow of the day's events, depending on which kid I'm asking and how much he or she is willing to indulge Mom's curiosity on any given day. Continue reading...

War Eagle sites mill history from 1840s

Subscriber onlyThe beautiful area at War Eagle is the oldest community in Benton County and one of the most scenic and historic areas in Arkansas. A trip east from Rogers, across the Arkansas 12 bridge to the War Eagle and Hobbs State Park-Conservation Area, is a real treat with much to do and see. The War Eagle Mill and Bridge and the natural attractions of Hobbs provide one of the most popular venues for tourists and locals alike. So, what is the story of this popular destination? Continue reading...

People and Places

Subscriber onlyGRAHAM NAMED DEMOCRAT OF YEAR Continue reading...

School News

Subscriber onlyUNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS Continue reading...

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