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'Arkansas Times'

The new subscriber sign-in system is here

The day is finally here! Over the last several months, we have been working hard to roll out a new payment processing system to better serve the needs of our loyal readers.
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Arkansas Times readers will have to sign in next week, but don't worry

Arkansas Times readers will have to log in to the website on Tuesday, Sept. 26, as we switch over to a new and improved system.
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The Arkansas Times is hiring an editor

ISO witty, flexible journalist with institutional knowledge of Arkansas politics and culture. The ideal candidate should have reporting experience, strong editing chops, the ability to write and edit for print and web, the ability to manage contributors’ deadlines and payments; and a passion for developing editorial assignments in news, politics, culture and food. 

That's all folks

Blogger retires after 50 years of news reporting in Little Rock.
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The Arkansas Times special publications division is hiring a full-time account executive

Supreme Court asks to hear from state in Arkansas Times challenge of anti-boycott law

The Supreme Court wants to hear from the state in Arkansas Times' challenge of law compelling a pledge about Israel as a condition of getting state business.
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The Arkansas Times special publications division is hiring a full-time account executive

This growing division includes our popular niche publications like Bike Arkansas, Arkansas Wild, Arkansas Flavor, Blueprint, Block, Street & Building, IT Arkansas and Visitor’s Guide.

ACLU asks U.S. Supreme Court to review decision against Arkansas Times in challenge of state's Israeli boycott law

On to the highest court for challenge of the Arkansas law that punishes speech of which the legislature disapproves.
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The Arkansas Times is hiring a full-time arts and culture editor

The Arkansas Times is seeking a full-time culture editor to help lead our coverage of the arts, entertainment and culture across both web and print mediums.

The 8th Circuit's attack on free speech in the Arkansas Times ruling today

A documentary filmmaker lays bare the dangerous and sweeping implications of a court ruling protecting Arkansas's law to punish people who won't pledge not to boycott Israel.
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Arkansas Times loses challenge of state's Israel boycott law

Full court upholds economic punishment by state of businesses that refuse to sign a pledge not to boycott Israel.

A 1st Amendment victory in Texas

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