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When the lights go off

Subscriber onlyThe Carroll Electric power went off at our rural residence a little after 10 last night. I had been watching a mystery show on TV and didn't get to see how it ended. Everyone else's power was off in our area, too, and it was pitch dark. Continue reading...

UA law professor Brill was great choice by Asa

Subscriber onlyWhen it comes to the law and the legal profession, rarely do we see Governor Asa Hutchinson falter. Continue reading...

I wonder why

Subscriber onlySometimes I wonder about things. You know things like what Bill Clinton and Barack Obama talked about when they played golf together on Martha's Vineyard one Saturday last month. Could Clinton have been plotting for a pardon for Hillary in the event her email business turns into something criminal? That's way too far-fetched you say. I don't think so. Rudy Giulianii said last Friday that he believes Hillary is guilty of breaking at least 12 laws. Two of them being destroying government records and obstruction of justice, and he went on to say that she should be investigated and charged. Rudy is the former Mayor of New York City, and before that he was the U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York. He is also a Republican and he has a visceral dislike for Hillary. Continue reading...

Letters to the Editor

Subscriber onlyTwo dilemmas: Common Core and private option Continue reading...

Auditor Lea seeks $151-million in lost bonds

State judge slows, but does not stop effort to claim funds

Subscriber onlyState Auditor Andrea Lea with her attorneys may not have cleared the first legal hurdle well, but she is still in the race to secure "lost bonds" for the state's benefit. Continue reading...

Trump could be right

Subscriber onlyDonald Trump, like him or not, he could be right. Continue reading...

Letter to the Editor

Subscriber onlyA dog owner who is against the dog park Continue reading...

10 Years Ago: ADG exercises option to purchase CPI papers

Subscriber only50 Years Ago Continue reading...