Daniel Webster Jones faced an unusual route on his rise to become governor of Arkansas. A self-taught attorney, he became the state’s attorney general. He was twice captured during the
My mother Gladys Newton’s (1909-1979) stories are often my source of Calhoun County History. Here is another. My folks operated a dry-cleaning business during WWII. Most of the war my
After the horrific shootings that took place last week, some politicians, including President Trump, quickly blamed video games. This has always been the go to argument for the cause of
Justice Jim Hannah served nearly 15 years on the Arkansas Supreme Court and earned rare bipartisan praise for his wisdom and sense of dignity in what is so often an
Already?! Teachers and students, parents maybe, lament that it seems summer break gets shorter and shorter each year.