PTC grades new series as 'best,' 'worst' for family

Subscriber onlyOur beloved colleague, TV columnist Michael Storey, passed away Oct. 7. This column was written before his death. Continue reading...

Grandma's hateful claim of 'blood' hurts all concerned

Subscriber onlyDEAR CAROLYN: My wife is expecting our first child. My parents are divorced and both remarried; her mom died when my wife was a teenager and her dad remarried. Our policy is that all our parents and stepparents are "Grandma" and "Grandpa" regardless of step-status. Continue reading...

Helpful Hints

Subscriber onlyDEAR HELOISE: I always "check in" on my social media sites when I'm at my favorite businesses. This lets my friends know where I am, but it also gives the company free advertising. Continue reading...

Horoscopes by Holiday

Subscriber onlyHappy birthday. If your life were a town, this year would represent a population boom. You'll have more than the usual amount of company, especially while adventuring. Continue reading...

Super Quiz: One-word book titles

Subscriber only1. Took a person away illegally to obtain a ransom Continue reading...

Ask for help

Dad wants more time with special needs son

Subscriber onlyQ My son has been diagnosed as autistic, high functioning. He also has OCD, possibly Tourette's syndrome, and can be trying at times, but he's my son and I want to spend more time with him. I'd like to have him two days with me, two days with his mother and alternate the weekends. His mother and I don't speak and so I often petition the court to change the parenting plan, but they never do. I'm at a loss. What's good ex-etiquette? Continue reading...

Bentonville homecoming parade Saturday

Subscriber onlyBentonville High School and Bentonville West High School will hold their homecoming parade from 2 to 4 p.m. Saturday in downtown Bentonville. Continue reading...

Thoreau, catfish, doughnuts

Seclusion doesn’t suceed without mothers’ support

Subscriber onlyI went to the woods because I wished to live deliberately, to front only the essential facts of life and see if I could not learn what it had to teach, and not, when I came to die, discover that I had not lived. Continue reading...

Hatters go mad for art school

Subscriber onlyThe Mad Hatter Psychedelic Ball on Oct. 19 will benefit the Eureka Springs School of the Arts. Hats are required for admission. Continue reading...

Cass Hough changed city forever

Subscriber onlyUntil the late 1950s, there was very little industry in Rogers except farming. The entire business community was concentrated in a five-block area downtown. The population had remained fairly constant at about 3,500 people for the previous 30 years. In 1958, something happened that changed the city forever. Continue reading...

The great sort of 2018: Moving process leads to yard sale goggles

Subscriber onlySince late March, we've been building a small guest home attached to the back of our house. After five months and a few frustration-fueled meltdowns, it's finally done. Over Labor Day weekend, we moved my parents into the space. Continue reading...

50 and fine

Bella Vista Crafts Festival marks half century

Subscriber onlyThe Bella Vista Arts and Crafts Festival marks a milestone this October: 50 years. Continue reading...

GIVING BACK

Subscriber onlyARKANSAS PUBLIC SAFETY Continue reading...

AETN offers Grammy Salute to Music Legends

Subscriber onlyThe next couple of days finally brings the NBC Thursday night comedies to the lineup, and ABC's Friday sitcoms join the new fall schedule. Continue reading...

Being honest with yourself about your true goal is best

Subscriber onlyDEAR CAROLYN: Is a separation cruel? Prolonging the inevitable? We're in counseling now but I feel claustrophobic, like we can't have a conversation without the weight of his fear and my frustration overshadowing everything. If I don't get some space, there's no way we'll make it. If I do, we still might not. Continue reading...

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