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Eureka Springs woman amazed by Daily Show reaction

Subscriber onlyAn 83-year-old Eureka Springs City Council member said she was "overwhelmed" at the attention she was getting Thursday after appearing in a segment the previous night on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart. Continue reading...

Daily Show airs segment about city's anti-bias law

Subscriber onlyA segment about Eureka Springs aired Wednesday night on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart. Continue reading...

'Daily Show' segment on Eureka Springs to air Wednesday

A segment about Eureka Springs is scheduled to air Wednesday on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart. Continue reading...

Priority letter sent May 26, '98 finally lands in Harrison

Subscriber onlyA Harrison woman received a Priority Mail letter Friday that was mailed 17 years ago. Continue reading...

Despite law, city to apply anti-bias rule

Subscriber onlyEureka Springs will continue to enforce the anti-discrimination ordinance it has had on the books since Feb. 10, even though a state law went into effect Wednesday making the local law's legality questionable. Continue reading...

Pig Trail repair set on fast track

$1.8M the low bid to shore up scenic stretch, reopen it in fall

Subscriber onlyIt will cost about $1.8 million and require 45,000 tons of rock to shore up a 740-foot section of Arkansas 23 in Franklin County after the foundation under it began sliding down the mountainside in May because of heavy rains. Continue reading...

Buddhist structure emerging in Ozarks

Guns buried at base in sign of peace

Subscriber onlyEight monks buried guns, knives and a bear trap Saturday in the foundation of a Tibetan Buddhist monument in rural Madison County. Continue reading...

Eureka Springs strikes phrase in anti-bias law to help it foil state act

Subscriber onlyThe words "socioeconomic status" were removed from Eureka Springs' anti-discrimination ordinance Friday to make it less susceptible to a legal challenge after a state law goes into effect Wednesday. Continue reading...

'14 vows by gays in state in limbo

Social Security awaits AG’s nod

Subscriber onlySame-sex couples who got married in Arkansas in 2014 are in limbo with the Social Security Administration. Continue reading...

Tourism pioneer, outdoorsman dies

Gaston, 73, called marketer of Ozarks

Subscriber onlyA man described as the godfather of Arkansas tourism died Monday. Continue reading...

Pastors opt out of performing gay marriages

County clerks say ministers on reference lists dwindling

Subscriber onlySeveral ministers have told the Boone County clerk that they "would prefer not to" marry same-sex couples and want to be removed from a reference list kept in the clerk's office in Harrison. Continue reading...

State distrusted 'brilliant' Clinton, Bumpers said in '09 interview

Subscriber onlyArkansans had antipathy for Bill and Hillary Clinton from the moment they first showed political aspirations, former U.S. Sen. Dale Bumpers said in an interview made public Thursday. Continue reading...

Eureka Springs: Raze school

Little interest shown in saving once-innovative structure

Subscriber onlyIn a city famous for its Victorian architecture, the proposed demolition of an institutional-looking 1951 building has provoked preservationists, but there's been little public outcry to save it. Continue reading...

Carcasses send signal to vultures: Leave dam

Subscriber onlyThe number of vultures roosting on and near Bull Shoals Dam has dropped from about 300 to 40 since June 22, when three vultures were shot and their corpses hung on structures there, a spokesman for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers said Thursday. Continue reading...

City finds licenses now legal, no rush

Subscriber onlyThere were four people in line Saturday when the Carroll County Courthouse opened at 9 a.m. to issue marriage licenses for four hours. Continue reading...

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