LITTLE ROCK – No matter the setting or subject matter, summer sleep-away camp offers lessons of self-reliance and confidence for both children — and parents.
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FAYETTEVILLE — A new initiative to share scientific knowledge with rice processing industries was announced during the annual Rice Processing Program Industry Alliance Meeting.
Community and regional leaders and organizers will have the opportunity to learn how to more effectively attract tourists, retirees, families, entrepreneurs and businesses to their areas at the 2016 Breakthrough Solutions conference and pre-conference workshop, July 7-8 in Little Rock.
Even as skies routinely darken throughout the state with isolated rainfalls, Arkansas growers are preparing for the annual winter wheat harvest as May gives way to June.
The 47th entry in the “X-Men” franchise (just kidding, but it’s easy to lose track) stays with the younger series of actors playing the Marvel mutants. You know, the ones with James McAvoy and Michael Fassbender as Charles Xavier and Magneto, not Patrick Stewart and Ian McKellen.
LITTLE ROCK — U.S. Sen. John Boozman, R-Ark., on Friday introduced five proposed amendments to the National Defense Authorization Act, including one to protect training programs for reserve officers and one to require burial of a child’s skull now on display in a museum.
LITTLE ROCK — The U.S. Senate on Friday approved and sent to the president’s desk legislation to rename a Perryville post office in honor of an Arkansas native who was the first American prisoner of war killed during the Vietnam War.
LITTLE ROCK — Incoming Little Rock School District Superintendent Michael Poore will start working early, the state Department of Education said Friday.
When she was in the seventh grade, Jaicie Cheshire would take pencil sharpeners and razors apart, and use the blades to cut herself because she thought she deserved to be punished.
The roads that were repaired and work done by the Jefferson County Road Department: