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The recently published ACT Aspire exam results confirmed what everyone knew was true: The past year-and-a-half has been rough on kids academically.

What will Sarah Huckabee Sanders’ 2022 race for governor look like in the coming months now that she’s started campaigning in person? Probably a lot like it’s looked at a distance so far: more focused on national issues than state ones.

It’s probably fair to say that none of Arkansas’ 1,500 school board members ran for that unpaid office so they could vote on mask mandates, or any other issue that might rile up their communities. But here we are.

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Arkansans for a Unified Natural State ended their effort last week to ask voters whether three new state laws should take effect, and instead vowed to collect signatures for 10 new state laws.

More than 30 years ago, Rotary International and our partners in the Global Polio Eradication Initiative joined together on a mission to eradicate polio, a highly infectious disease that can attack the nervous system, and in some instances, lead to paralysis. Together we helped reduce cases …

Jake Bequette and Sen. John Boozman both played football for the Arkansas Razorbacks, but in announcing his bid to take Boozman’s seat Monday, Bequette followed the playbook of Arkansas’ other United States senator, Tom Cotton.

We would like to thank the many organizations that were involved in assisting our family working with Veronica Grace Kyle (Roni) in her time of need. The response was not only unbelievable fast, but the level of compassion displayed was unbelievable.

Arkansans for a Unified Natural State want voters to have a say over several new laws adopted by state legislators during the 2021 legislative session.

Is Arkansas ready to elect an African American and a Democrat as governor? For Chris Jones, the second adjective is as big a challenge to overcome at this point in Arkansas history as the first.

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Columbia County had lottery ticket sales totaling $608,942.50 in May, down from $738,494 in April, according to a report released June 10 by the Arkansas Department of Finance and Administration - Office of the Arkansas Lottery.

Awhile back I had a former student in my office who was a proud new daddy. As we talked about the challenges of raising kids, including financial challenges, he told me he was going to start a college fund for his child and would begin funding it heavily. To fund the kid’s account, he would …