10 July 2024
Dealing with disappointment

Dealing with disappointment


VIEWPOINT By RALPH HARDIN Evening Times Editor U nless you’re living some kind of charmed life, we will all have to deal with some kind of ...
Investing in our Aviation System

Investing in our Aviation System


T he Transportation Security Administration screened nearly three million air travelers on Sunday, June 23, breaking the single day record. Sev...
Big anniversary requires big planning

Big anniversary requires big planning


L ast week, I created the Arkansas 250 Commission to plan and coordinate events in celebration of America’s Semiquincentennial. The United St...
 
Statewide water plan gets modified

Statewide water plan gets modified


T he Arkansas Agriculture Department has completed a series of public hearings on updates to the statewide water plan, which hasn’t been modif...
Arkansas State Parks serve up scenery and experiences

Arkansas State Parks serve up scenery and experiences


A s July rolls around, so does National Parks and Recreation Month, a time to recognize the importance of parks and recreation in establishing ...
BIBLE VERSE

BIBLE VERSE


“But understand this, that in the last days there will come times of difficulty. For people will be lovers of self, lovers of money, proud, arrog...
 
03 July 2024
Red, white and blue … in  miniature

Red, white and blue … in miniature


VIEWPOINT By RALPH HARDIN Evening Times Editor I t’s probably a little cheesy these days to say so, but I still have a great deal of revere...
Sharing stories of service

Sharing stories of service


T he service and sacrifice of Arkansans called to wear our nation’s uniform are woven into the fabric of our communities. Long after men and wo...
USDA disaster assistance for Ark. agriculture

USDA disaster assistance for Ark. agriculture


O n Monday, I submitted a letter to U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack in support of the request by the Arkansas USDA Farm Service Agency...
 
AG sues pharmacy benefit managers

AG sues pharmacy benefit managers


T he state attorney general has sued two pharmacy benefit managers, alleging that they contributed to the dramatic rise in the abuse of painkille...
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