The liberty of Arkansans to kill and be killed, whether by gun or by deadly virus, shall not be infringed.
The news today is nearly all COVID and a dash of Little Rock sales tax opposition.
Might mask/vax mandates be in order? Some think so, if not the governor of Arkansas.
Library stayed open only about a month.
Little Rock school superintendent will ask School Board to sue to invalidate ban on local mask mandates
Little Rock schools prepare to force issue on mask mandate ban.
An honor for Arkansas native defender of the teaching of evolution.
Some big names, including a city director, join in campaign to defeat Little Rock sales tax increase.
Eastbound lanes expected to open tonight.
University of Arkansas freshman guard Moses Moody, 19, was selected in the 1st round by the Golden State Warriors with the 14th pick of the NBA draft on Thursday night.
Memphis native Danielle Jackson, who joined the Oxford American in February 2020 as managing editor, will succeed Eliza Borné as the magazine's fourth editor since its inception in 1992.
A COVID anecdote roundup from Darkansas.
Unfriendly fire directed at Senate candidate Jake Bequette.
Now that the season is over, I can tell you a little secret, knowing that you will probably have forgotten it by this time next year: the best place to get blackberries in Little Rock is Western Hills Park. You just have to be willing to do the picking.
Only in Darkansas. Farm store warns customers off vet aisle for COVID-19.
It's a safety move, hospital says.
COVID danger in at least 100 school districts.
Perhaps the bad news is contributing to an increase in vaccinations.
Lee Isaac Chung deep cuts on Criterion's streaming service this month.
School starts in two weeks, and the delta variant is going strong. We game out some scenarios.
Arkansas won't accept the law of the land on abortion.
Siloam Springs crowd unreceptive to Governor Hutchinson's vaccine pitch. Loudly and angrily unreceptive.
When it came time to pay the Capitol police (and other House operations) all the Republicans from Arkansas said no.
The annual Porter Fund Literary Prize, founded in 1984 by novelist Jack Butler and novelist and lawyer Phil McMath, goes to fiction writer Jen Fawkes.
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