Brenda Blagg

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Appeal complicates library vote

Subscriber onlyFayetteville voters will be asked to vote a little bit blind next month. Continue reading...

Ballot measures taking shape

Subscriber onlyOne issue definitely won’t make the November ballot. Several others may. The determination awaits a long review that is really only one step in a long process. Continue reading...

Neal’s departure enlivens local politics

Subscriber onlyState Rep. Micah Neal’s withdrawal from the Washington County judge’s race has certainly enlivened the local election. Continue reading...

Between the lines: In tragedy, a leader

Dallas police chief calms in aftermath of ambush

Subscriber onlyAmerica has a new hero, or should have. Continue reading...

Between the lines: A library's future, maybe

Architects show possibilities for city’s library

Subscriber onlyImages unveiled last week of what the Fayetteville Public Library could be are impressive. Continue reading...

Between the lines: FBI finding won't end debate

Agency says Clinton broke no laws in email handling

Subscriber onlyThe long-running FBI investigation of Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server as secretary of state is over. Continue reading...

A familiar road

Governor taps usual suspects to forge path on highways

Subscriber onlyGov. Asa Hutchinson went looking last week for help in finding a long-term solution for state highway and transportation improvements. Continue reading...

Between the lines: Voting for or against?

Poll shows influence of “never him/her” voters

Subscriber onlyAlmost half of the Arkansas electorate prefers Donald Trump as the next president, if a new state poll is to be believed. Continue reading...

Between the lines: 'Anything' to stop gun violence

Will dramatic week make a difference in gun culture?

Subscriber onlyWhat a week. Continue reading...

Between the lines: Can't do nothing

Lawyer group says change necessary for judiciary

Subscriber onlyChanging the way Arkansas Supreme Court justices are chosen won't happen easily, if it does at all. Continue reading...

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