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City Adopts Commercial Garbage Collection

By Terrye Seamon The old saying goes that one man’s junk is another man’s treasure, but the DeWitt City Council decided at their meeting March 10 that DeWitt’s junk will…

Pryor, Boozman Efforts Help Protect Arkansas Catfish Industry

U.S. Senators Mark Pryor (D-AR) and John Boozman (R-AR) work to protect the catfish industry from the dumping of foreign catfish on U.S. markets. Today the U.S. Department of Commerce…

Fair Tax Plan Proposal

The truth once held so dear has become questionable, not politically correct, and is no longer accepted as TRUTH. The US Constitution when adopted in 1789 restricted income taxes so…

Representative Hillman Unopposed In Reflection For District 13

Representative Hillman Unopposed In Reflection For District 13

Almyra Native Runs for Second Term in Arkansas State House with No Opponent   (LITTLE ROCK, ARK.) Candidate filing for elected office in Arkansas ended at noon on Monday, March…

State Legislators Recognize Farm to Fuel Initiative

State Legislators Recognize Farm to Fuel Initiative

  Little Rock, Arkansas   State Representative Deborah Ferguson (District 51-West Memphis) and State Representative David Hillman (District 13-Almyra) presented a citation to alt.Consulting and Mid-South Community College on Tuesday…

Arkansas State Budget

Our state budget says a great deal about our priorities.  We devote 46 cents of every dollar to the education of our students and now we are considering another substantial…

Arkansas 2014 Law Changes

A majority of the laws we passed during our Regular Session this year took effect in August.  But there were several bills written with an effective date of January 1st,…

Gym Memberships Rise After the New Year

Some gym owners report seeing a 30 to 40% increase in traffic in the month of January.  And most of those crowding in just signed up as part of their…

State Capitol Week in Review

Budget officials revised their economic forecast for the current fiscal year, and now predict that state government will collect 1.7 percent less in tax revenue than it did last year.…

November National Adoption Month

Over 80 children in Arkansas will be celebrating this holiday season with a new family.  During the month of November, which is National Adoption Month, the Department of Human Services…