Know where this slice of life in Arkansas is? Send along the answer to Times photographer Brian Chilson and win a prize. Once a month in this space, he'll post a shot from a relatively obscure spot in Arkansas for Times readers to identify. We also invite photographers to contribute submissions of both mystery and other pictures to our eyeonarkansas Flickr group. Write to firstname.lastname@example.org to guess this week's photo or for more information. Last month's photo was taken on Hwy. 65 at St. Joe. The winner was Sandra Jackson.
Gov. Asa Hutchinson joins Lockheed Martin executives in showing off a prototype of the Joint Light Tactical Vehicle (JLTV) parked at the Capitol on Tuesday. U.S. Sens. John Boozman and Tom Cotton were also in attendance.
Denise Ennett rings the bell in Mount Holly Cemetery on Tuesday, April 14, commemorating the 150th anniversary of Arkansas's ratification of the 13th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution outlawing slavery.
A boyish white supremacist's massacre of nine worshipers at a black Charleston, S.C., church reminds us that, much as we may wish it were not so here in the old Confederacy, William Faulkner was right when he wrote in "Requiem for a Nun": "The past is never dead. It's not even past."
New information sheds a light on the prolonged deliberation by the Arkansas Supreme Court on the same-sex marriage case, events that include a change in direction on whether the court would uphold or reverse Judge Chris Piazza's decision. The U.S. Supreme Court ultimately relieved them of a responsibility some on the court did not want.
Before Debra Wood worked for the Arkansas Foodbank, and the Laman Library before that, and owned the ArtSpace Gallery before that, she worked in the Clinton White House. She handled student correspondence for the president.