It is essential that a comprehensive national framework to address climate change move forward without further delay.
Section: Fayetteville Speaks
I firmly believe that turning off the trail lights at night is a dangerous and irresponsible decision.
As I was reading recent editorials by mainstream journalists, I was struck by their inability to transcend Old School political logic.
I have recently lost all of my trust in our national Supreme Court. Well, at least the majority of our Justices.
You might ask yourself, why would anyone want to KISS A PIG??? I want to Kiss a Pig because it is an important cause and one that has far-reaching implications for all of us.
Lincoln, Pryor, and Boozman have jobs. Call them and tell them to get to work so the rest of America can, too.
A lot of people have been pushed to a freakout by economic conditions, and (some) local media are only riding the wave.
The millage failed and everyone is talking about it. What are we going to do now? The sky has fallen. Well, I voted for it, and here’s what I think: big deal.
Now is a good time to talk about the role of public art in our community.
I am a pharmacist, and I am reminded daily of how our health care system is broken.
Most people spend their summers swimming, going to concerts, etc. Not me. I’ve been in bed for 25 days because I broke my leg on a stolen trike. I know it sounds crazy, but it’s true. … It’s also not that simple.
“At the end of the day, we all love this city and want to do what’s best for it, and for our heroes in uniform.”
“For more than 80 years, arbitration has helped Americans settle disputes fairly, quickly and inexpensively, without having to file a lawsuit or navigate the court system.”
I am a homeowner on the south side of Fayetteville — a field away from Pinnacle Foods, the train track, a neighborhood vest pocket park along with the sale barn.[…]