Birth certificates must be factual above all
Arkansas became the state with no births for a few hours Friday.
The many meanings of “Arkansas ties”
Today, I've chosen a precarious path: Writing about the University of Arkansas' search for a coach and athletic director when, by the time this column appears, one or both of those decisions might have already been announced.
Quorum Court meets a lot but fails at core task
At first, there seemed to be hope. The team had been working hard, at least it seemed so, so why not believe they could pull it off and surprise everyone?
Violence solutions require focus of gun advocates, foes
In the Walker Room of the Fayetteville Public Library, about 150 people sat and stood for Thursday evening's panel discussion on what to do about gun violence.
Homeless community a great concept, but neighbors nervous
Can a good idea be a bad idea at the very same time?
Highway advocates continue search for funding
In Arkansas, all roads lead to a shortage of money for Arkansas' highway system.
Fayetteville’s energy plan reflects changes ahead
If the city of Fayetteville was a children’s book, I think it might be “The Little Engine That Could.”
Protect Second Amendment, but not mass murderers
The time for common sense gun laws is now.
Reform in today’s political environment seems unlikely
Now, President Trump and Republicans in Congress say they'll reform the tax code.
Is the turf always greener on the other side?
I emerged from Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium as annoyed as many of the other Arkansas fans. Now I had to fight the game day traffic plan, which rarely let's me go the direction I need to go, and the guy parked next to me was so close none of my passengers could open their doors.