Where in Arkansas, Dec. 

Where in Arkansas, Dec.
  • WHERE IN ARKANSAS?: 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 brianchilson@arktimes.com 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.

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  • Sun up

    Paul Barrows submitted this photo of a sunrise over the Little Rock National Cemetery to our eyeonarkansas Flickr page.
    • Nov 28, 2012
  • Grab your lasso

    Manuel Martinez, 8, and Victor Manuel Vega, 10, show off their roping skills.
    • Oct 17, 2012
  • On line

    Voters wait in line to vote early Monday. Lines streched long as record numbers of people turned out to vote early.
    • Nov 7, 2012
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    A lawsuit filed Thursday in federal court in Little Rock bears notice for its effort to breathe life into the 29-year-old story most familiarly known as the Boys on the Tracks.
  • Dumas: Behind the Obamascare headlines

    Ernest Dumas explains in his Arkansas times column this week how Obamacare's problems can be fixed; why it isn't going away, and, most pertinently, why it's more lucrative for Arkansas to continue to expand the coverage pool, not dream up ways to shrink it.

Latest in Eye on Arkansas

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    Umbrellas have been a must downtown, thanks to several rainy days in a row. The 1.97 inches of rain that fell Tuesday, Aug. 16, was a record for that date, according to the National Weather Service.
    • Aug 17, 2016
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    Driftwood lines the shore of Lake Maumelle visible from the state Highway 10 picnic area.
    • Aug 11, 2016
  • Bar the door

    This katydid nymph isn't shown full size in this photograph from the Arkansas Times' Eye On Arkansas Flickr page, thank goodness.
    • Jul 28, 2016
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    The Broadway Bridge is closing down, a not-so-ideal candidate and more.
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    The Observer, like nearly everyone else with access to an internet connection, routinely sees our personal lighthouse battered by Hurricane Outrage, which — on a planet where billions of people struggle to find water and a crumb of daily bread — seems more like a tempest in a teapot inside a series of other, progressively larger teapots the longer we weather it.
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    Mile-long path stops at Dillard's.

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