18 November 2020
The great state of denial

The great state of denial


VIEWPOINT By RALPH HARDIN Evening Times Editor I n 2016, I was so sure that Hillary Clinton was going to win the election. I mean, like it wa...
A legislative win for conservation

A legislative win for conservation


A rkansas is blessed with a wonderful landscape and incredible wildlife that people from all across the country come to our state to enjoy. Prese...
Expanding apprenticeship programs in Arkansas

Expanding apprenticeship programs in Arkansas


T his is National Apprenticeship Week, and today I’d like to discuss the progress we’ve made in expanding registered apprenticeship programs ...
 
Reducing taxes for Arkansans a priority

Reducing taxes for Arkansans a priority


T he governor presented a balanced budget proposal to the legislature for next fiscal year. It would authorize about $5.8 billion next year in...
Groundwork for 2021 session continues

Groundwork for 2021 session continues


T he 2021 Regular Session begins in less than two months. We want to take this week to update you on the ongoing budget hearings in preparatio...
BIBLE VERSE

BIBLE VERSE


“You shall not spread a false report. You shall not join hands with a wicked man to be a malicious witness. You shall not fall in with the many t...
 
10 November 2020
Improving service to those who served

Improving service to those who served


By U.S. SENATOR JOHN BOOZMAN On Veterans Day, we pause to honor the selfless sacrifice of the men and women who wore our nation’s uniform and r...
Going above and beyond for our foster children

Going above and beyond for our foster children


By GOV. ASA HUTCHINSON N ovember is National Adoption Month in Arkansas, and November 21st is National Adoption Day. Today I’d like to share th...
Remembering our veterans

Remembering our veterans


By STATE REPRESENTATIVE DEBORAH FERGUSON V eterans live and work in every community of Arkansas. We are their friends, their family, their co-...
 
Rent relief for COVID-19 victims

Rent relief for COVID-19 victims


By KEITH INGRAM T he state is helping people who have trouble paying their rent because of the coronavirus pandemic. People affected by the p...
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