When we fall ill, our bodies give us symptoms to signal to our brains that trouble is afoot. A fever, for example, lets us know that our body is working in overdrive to fight off some sort of infection. While it may be causing us tremendous discomfort, we know that the fever itself is not th…
Back in the mid-1980s, when I was in the seventh grade, I took an occupational investigation class. If I remember correctly, there was a fairly stout textbook involved that listed nearly all the jobs and professions of the day. Earning a six-figure salary as a pilot stuck in my memory.
Democratic Party nominee Hayden Shamel won a narrow victory against incumbent U.S. Rep. Bruce Westerman in magnoliareporter.com’s recent poll on the Fourth Congressional District race.
On July 4th, Americans celebrate our freedoms. Unfortunately, we all but ignore the only president born on Independence Day -- Calvin Coolidge, who, though denigrated by historians, produced remarkable results without sacrificing them.
The largest sporting event on earth in terms of both attendance and television viewership is taking place now, but most magnoliareporter.com readers either don’t care or don’t know about it.
magnoliareporter.com readers are unconcerned that it’s become more difficult to find a parking place on the Magnolia square, due to new businesses in operation.
New Zealand was the clear favorite of magnoliareporter.com readers, when asked to select one nation from a list of 10 to which they’d like to travel.
Echoing results from last year, a plurality of magnoliareporter.com readers say they plan to travel outside the region on summer vacation.
About 44 percent of magnoliareporter.com readers do not favor making changes to the Magnolia school year, but the rest either like the idea or are receptive to changes in the calendar.
magnoliareporter.com readers want to website to continue to accept public comments to posts made by the website to the Magnolia Reporter page on Facebook.
About 41 percent of our readers say they’re planning no home improvement work in the next year, but more than 20 percent are planning work valued at $10,000 or more.
Gov. Asa Hutchinson appears to have solid support among magnoliareporter.com readers against either Republican or Democratic Party opponents.
Most magnoliareporter.com readers responding to a poll don’t want to see South Central Arkansas open for bear hunting, at least, not yet.
An increasing number of magnoliareporter.com readers are familiar with one of Arkansas’ newest cultural attractions, the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art.