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LITTLE ROCK — The state Division of Children and Family Services has intensified preventative services in troubled families, and managed to lower the number of children in foster homes. more
The other day, I was walking through the bookstore and ended up in the sports section. more
BERLIN — A protest against the far right in the German city of Munich Sunday afternoon ended early due to safety concerns after approximately 100,000 people showed up, police said. The demonstration was one of dozens around the country this weekend that drew hundreds of thousands of people in total. more
At a time when the presence of celebrities seems to overwhelm professional sports (Taylor Swift, I’m looking at you in your sparkly Travis Kelce jersey), it’s noteworthy that this year’s AT&T Pro-Am golf tournament will be, for the first time since Bing Crosby brought his “Clambake” to Pebble Beach, essentially celebrity-free. more
Let’s go way back to 1976. more
WASHINGTON — Congressman Bruce Westerman (AR-04) joined Congressman Randy Feenstra (IA-04) and 162 Members of the U.S. House of Representatives in introducing the Death Tax Repeal Act. This legislation would permanently repeal the death tax, which imposes an unfair and costly tax on the transfer of property, land, and other assets from a deceased family member to heirs of family farms and small businesses. more
LITTLE ROCK — The freezing weather may have prevented citizens from appearing in person at three public hearings held by the Arkansas Broadband Office to gather input about plans to expand and improve Internet access in the state. more
LITTLE ROCK — Attorney General Tim Griffin issued the following statement warning Arkansas consumers about scams related to utility shut-offs: more
Despite my best preventive measures, I have spent decades enduring the “stillgottas.” more
Disclaimer: No pets die in this column (but they sometimes smell like they did). more
Donald Trump is on track to once again secure the Republican presidential nomination, as he did in 2016. No surprise here. more
When business man Donald Trump recognized that the country had been fundamentally destroyed by it’s two term president by 2015, he decided to speak out to the American people in an attempt to recover her from an all out assault on her rightful place as a Christian super power trying to restore peace in the world. more
Get this: more
There are two things that should be completely off limits: a person’s children and a person’s grief. more
Donald Trump took a break from the campaign trail earlier this week to watch one of his flunky lawyers contend in court that any and all crimes he may have committed in office are hereby magically excused because he was acting in his role as monarch el supremo. more
I read with interest the editorial on Obesity in the December edition of the HDT. I agree that one of the issues is overeating. more
AARP Arkansas invites local eligible non-profit organizations and governments across the country to apply for the 2024 AARP Community Challenge grant program, now through March 6 at 5 p.m. AARP Community Challenge grants fund quick-action projects that help communities become more livable by improving public places, transportation, housing, digital connections, and more. Now in its eighth year, the program is part of AARP’s nationwide Livable Communities initiative, which supports the efforts of cities, towns, neighborhoods and rural areas to become great places to live for all residents, especially those age 50 and older. more
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