• Issue of
  • Aug 24-30, 2011
  • Vol. 37, No. 52
Digital Edition


  • Letters
  • Vote for progress in Little Rock

    While I am sure that Kathy Wells, Jim Lynch and others have honest motives for attempting to sabotage Little Rock's revenue equalization effort, I submit that they miss the point on the upcoming sales tax vote.


  • John Brummett
  • We aim for closure, not perfection

    Sometimes belief is a personal choice, not a logical deduction. Sometimes people would rather be finished with something than right about it. You hear people talking more about closure than about perfection.
  • Ernest Dumas
  • Climate-change enigma

    How do we account for the climate-change enigma of 2011, the lack of any serious debate about what to do about global warming in the midst of one of the most turbulent weather years in modern history?


  • Petrino Agonistes
  • Graham Gordy
  • Petrino Agonistes

    Let me recreate a scene for you. Fayetteville. An August scrimmage. Your team was ranked 12th in the final AP Poll of 2010 and is returning 15 starters from a 10-3 record that resulted in the first BCS Bowl appearance in school history. You have 14 pre-season All-Southeastern Conference Team selections, the second most of any conference school.
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