• Issue of
  • Nov 25 - Dec 1, 2010
  • Vol. 37, No. 12
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News

  • The Insider
  • Better late...

    A tipster informed us that Michael Langley, director of state Alcoholic Beverage Control, had turned up in early November on the list of attorneys suspended for failure to complete the required annual 12 hours of continuing legal education.
  • The Observer
  • The Observer, Nov. 25

    The Observer isn't a Harry Potter superfan; but we are a fan of the written word, and we are a fan of folks getting excited enough about a book that they'll do crazy things in celebration of it.
  • Letters
  • Condom lock box

    If Kroger locks away condoms for moral reasons, it is an absolute public health outrage. If they are locked away because of theft, is there not a nonprofit organization that will reimburse Kroger for lost condom sales?

Columns

  • Editorials
  • Prayer pal

    Lt. Gov.-elect Mark Darr said Tuesday that he'll offer a daily prayer for Gov. Mike Beebe, adding that he wants to get along with Beebe. Can't hurt, though this may require a little heavier praying on Mr. Darr's part.
  • Max Brantley
  • As the schools turn

    Still paying attention to the Little Rock School District? If so, and if you've been confused about recent events, maybe I can help.
  • John Brummett
  • My pal the opportunist

    This is the kind of thing that can happen when you take a newspaper opinion columnist and elect him to responsible public office. You wind up arguing about what the state's nickname ought to be.
  • Ernest Dumas
  • Tax work, not wealth

    The hoary theory that taxing the wealth of people with lots of it is the root of all problems is going to get a new test in Washington, Little Rock and a few other state capitals.
  • Bob Lancaster
  • Grace, 2010

    Thanks for the new driver's license photo which might lead one to think that the organ donations it authorizes have already been made. Thanks for how healthy gravy is.
  • Words
  • Words, Nov. 25

    I wish I had a quarter for every time I've had to explain something to a lawyer. Here's another one at work.

Entertainment

  • The To-Do List, Nov. 26-30
  • To-Do List
  • The To-Do List, Nov. 26-30

    Arkansas Razorbacks v. Alabama-Birmingham Blazers, Big Silver's Thanksgiving Special, Hinder, Battle of the Boot, Mannheim Steamroller, "Sin Sunday," Blood on the Dance Floor/Roxy Cottontail
  • Tags:
  • A Boy Named Sooie
  • Miracles meet luck at War Memorial Stadium

    The Hogs did about everything they could do to lose Saturday's game. They also did everything they had to do to win. Focus on whatever side of that coin you want, but I'll chalk it all up to road woes and look ahead to the Battle for the Boot.

Cartoons

Dining

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Visit Arkansas

Haralson, Smith named to Arkansas Tourism Hall of Fame

Haralson, Smith named to Arkansas Tourism Hall of Fame

Chuck Haralson and Ken Smith were inducted into the Arkansas Tourism Hall of Fame during the 43rd annual Governor’s Conference on Tourism


 

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