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Commentary: Bathroom solutions

Who really has the interests of students at heart?

Subscriber onlyThe other day, I heard a great Southern gospel song. Continue reading...

No ‘I’ in ‘team’

But who really pays attention to spelling anymore?

Subscriber onlyMany moons ago, I was on a team of reporters and editors during the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette’s 1990s expansion of coverage in Northwest Arkansas. While our concentration was in this region, as reporters for a statewide newspaper, it wasn’t unusual for us to want our stories to earn a spot on the front page across the state. Continue reading...

Commentary: In abundance and need

Dangers stem from a lack of contentent

Subscriber onlyIf someone could tell you how long you had to live, would you want to know? Continue reading...

Commentary: Arkansas Works: Does it?

Legislative session has appearance of manipulation

Subscriber onlyIt's tax day, a day worth celebrating. Continue reading...

Police: Suspect in Virginia bus station shooting dead; 3 others hurt

RICHMOND, Va. — A gunman shot a Virginia state trooper Thursday at a busy bus terminal in the capital city of Richmond before he was shot dead by two other troopers, police said. Two civilians were hurt, though it was not clear if they had been shot. Continue reading...

Commentary: A wise investment

Tax collector-elect’s $55,000 gamble pays off

Subscriber onlySome Arkansas voters head back to the polls Tuesday to make their final selections in the preferential primaries of 2016. A few runoffs have extended the spring election season, but for most Arkansans, Election 2016 is done until fall rolls around. Continue reading...

Commentary: Worthy remembrances

Families make most of newspaper obituaries

Subscriber onlyYears ago, obituaries in the newspaper were mostly published for free, but in recent years, space in costly newsprint became premium real estate and the once-abundant revenue newspapers collected from its business operations would not sustain the no-charge approach. Continue reading...

Commentary: Bringing Dixie up

The South needs a new symbol for its future

Subscriber onlyIt was one of those days it seemed every traffic signal I came to on College Avenue in Fayetteville turned red as I approached. With a ways to go before reaching my destination, I wondered whether I would make it on time. Continue reading...

Commentary: How did they vote?

Sheriff roots around in editorial board’s voting records

Subscriber onlyThe sheriff of Benton County has been rooting around in my voting records. Continue reading...

Commentary: Is a deadline too much?

The right to vote shouldn’t have to be spoon fed

Subscriber onlyI've wanted to see U2 in concert for a long time. Continue reading...

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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

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