(Advertisement)

Greg Harton

Photo of Greg Harton
Opinion Editor
Contact Greg
Latest tweet

Recent Stories

Fulbright, others inducted

Women’s Hall of Fame has plenty to choose from

Subscriber onlyWhen the Arkansas Women's Hall of Fame honored its inaugural class of inductees last week, it only made sense that Roberta Fulbright was among the honorees. Continue reading...

Commentary: Keeping it real

Subscriber onlyArkansas’ neighbor to the east — Memphis — was named after the ancient capital of Egypt, where massive statues and monuments to long-past warriors, kings and rulers like the Hebrew-enslaving Pharoah Ramesses stand today and draw visitors by the millions. Continue reading...

In the line of fire

The challenges of police work in a topsy-turvy world

Subscriber onlyA friend posed an interesting theory the other day. Once upon a time, he theorized, police officers were not afraid to wade in and fight. Continue reading...

Going nowhere

Decade-old van has own ideas about adventure

Subscriber onlyThose of us who are used to having at least one older or "used" car in the family know that sooner or later, something's going to break. It's the nature of having a car that's under no warranty. Continue reading...

Destroying the past

Demolishing yesterday doesn’t make today honorable

Subscriber onlyMaybe it's because I graduated from Wilbur D. Mills High School in Little Rock that I'm a little averse to this current program of erasing historical monuments and references to people who did great things but were, in one way or another, very flawed human beings. Continue reading...

Hutchinson gets his way

Repopulated Board of Education nixes school assessment

Subscriber onlyThe PARCC has been parked. The state Board of Education voted Thursday to abandon the Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College And Careers, or PARCC, but it was far from a resounding endorsement. Continue reading...

Who said that?

UA distances itself from faculty expertise

Subscriber onlyHow many organizations are you affiliated with? Continue reading...

Commentary: Sadness in Charleston

Politicians jump on anti-gun pipe dream

Subscriber onlyThe awful shooting inside a church in Charleston, S.C., last week gives Americans a lot to think about. Continue reading...

The right to be drunk

If not on one’s front steps, then where?

Subscriber onlyIf you ever wonder about government's ability to justify its actions, at least to itself, just ask Patience Paye about her experience. Continue reading...

A road to nowhere?

Arkansas hurt by federal punt of highway bill

Subscriber onlyIn Northwest Arkansas, it's easy to come to the conclusion that orange barrels, lane shifts and the presence of construction crews are a normal part of the driving experience. Continue reading...

More stories by Greg »

Latest photos

Springdale police and firefighters work the scene of a three-vehicle accident Tuesday at Don Tyson P...

Springdale police and firefighters work the scene of a three-vehicle accident Tuesday at Don Tyson Parkway and Thompson Street in ...

Published: September 26, 2012

Caroline Solloway, 10, right, of Little Rock, explains Thursday the inspiration behind her artwork t...

Caroline Solloway, 10, right, of Little Rock, explains Thursday the inspiration behind her artwork that won a Keep Fayetteville Be...

Published: August 10, 2012

Hunter Rogers, right, with the Jones Center, loads bags Thursday filled with backpacks and school su...

Hunter Rogers, right, with the Jones Center, loads bags Thursday filled with backpacks and school supplies from Gordan and Linda S...

Published: August 10, 2012

The Cosmopolitan Hotel

The Cosmopolitan Hotel

Published: November 4, 2011

Construction workers demolish the McDonalds restaurant at 1641 N. College Avenue Wednesday, Jan. 19,...

Construction workers demolish the McDonalds restaurant at 1641 N. College Avenue Wednesday, Jan. 19, 2011, to make way for constru...

Published: January 19, 2011

More photos by Greg »