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Kevin’s Korner

Kevin’s Korner

By Kevin Brown Photo By Scott Wood My political POV… If Bozo the Clown Were President What is satire? Satire’s the truth toned down. –Anonymous If Bozo the Clown were…

Letter to the Editor

By William Wood A Concerned Citizen Having narrowly escaped being in a serious accident more than once, I am concerned about the speed at which some of our emergency vehicles…

AETN Local Production Marathon to Air Sunday

AETN Local Production Marathon to Air Sunday

Artwork By Sean Fitzgibbon (Editor’s Note: The artist, Sean Fitzgibbon, for our documentary graphic novel What Follows Is True: Crescent: The Baker Years, provided artwork for the documentary below: Up…

The Role of Newspapers During the Late Unpleasantness

by Don Roth     The printed word played a vital role in sustaining morale. “We all live on war news,” declared one soldiers’ wife. One Confederate soldier noted that…

Between the Lines

By Brenda Blagg       If you’re curious about just how much the political landscape has changed in Arkansas, check out the filings for office that closed on Monday.…

Kevin’s Korner

Kevin’s Korner

  By Kevin Brown Photo By Scott Wood In the first story I ever published called “Up the Down Way,” one character, a mother, tells her son to live the…

Letter to the Editor

By Marsha Heien I know you have seen the recent TV ad for the Wounded Warriors Project. It’s a very worthy endeavor. But why should it be necessary? Aren’t our…

Between the Lines

By Brenda Blagg     Juxtaposition of two events — an ongoing legislative session and the opening of the filing period for this year’s elections — could prove costly for…

Super Bowl Preview

  By Kevin Brown   Get your snacks and beverages (of all varieties) ready. Fire up the grill (if for nothing else, to stand around and stay warm). This Sunday…

Rail Links and Relationships

By Don Roth   The only portion of the Memphis and Little Rock Railroad in operation was the western division between DeValls Bluff and Little Rock. Two trains ran daily…