Where in Arkansas, March 

Where in Arkansas, March
  • 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, we'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.

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  • Back in town

    Gov. Mike Beebe speaks to reporters Tuesday. Beebe had harsh words for Lt. Gov. Mark Darr, who signed legislation exempting the concealed-carry permit list from the state Freedom of Information Act as acting governor last week while Beebe was out of town.
    • Feb 28, 2013
  • Big news

    Gov. Mike Beebe and Big River Steel CEO John Correnti shake hands during a news conference Tuesday in which it was announced that Big River would build a $1 billion steel mill in Mississippi County.
    • Jan 30, 2013
  • Fiery speech

    Former Vice-president Al Gore gave a talk discussing his new book, "The Future: Six Drivers of Global Change," Monday at an invitation-only event at the Clinton Presidential Library, with students of the Clinton School of Public Service and a who's who of local politicos in attendance.
    • Feb 21, 2013
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  • Fallen

    Leaves cover the sidewalk along President Clinton Avenue in the River Market district.
    • Nov 9, 2017
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  • Today's outrage: State inaction on Medicaid scandal

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