In honor of fallen heroes, members of the American Legion placed flags at gravesites across the county Monday.
LITTLE ROCK – At a ceremony at the Mosaic Templars Cultural Center on Tuesday, May 23rd at 5:30 p.m., 16 nonprofit organizations serving minority and underserved communities received a total of $40,000 in grants from the Arkansas Black Hall of Fame (ABHOF) Foundation. The grants, administered by Arkansas Community Foundation, will support projects focused on education, health and wellness, youth development and small business/economic development.
FAYETTEVILLE — Officially the Arkansas Razorbacks were notified Sunday night they will at Baum Stadium host the Fayetteville Regional, one of the 16 4-team double-elimination regionals around the country that start college baseball’s national championship process culminating at the...
At the Museum of Veterans and Military History in Vilonia, visitors are welcome to come and walk the KIA (Killed in Action) Walkway on this Memorial Day or any other day. There, the fallen are remembered every day.
Health care policy impacts millions of Americans, including the more than 300,000 Arkansans currently covered by the state’s Medicaid expansion program. The details, however, can get confusing quickly. It’s hard enough to keep track of all the names — private option, Arkansas Works, Medicaid expansion, Obamacare, ACA, AHCA. On top of that, it seems like every month lawmakers propose to shift the policy ground beneath our feet. The Arkansas legislature met in a special session earlier this month to approve Governor Hutchinson’s plan to alter the state’s Medicaid expansion, adding work requirements and cutting eligibility. That plan now awaits approval from the federal government. The same day the governor signed that bill into law, the U.S. House passed the American Health Care Act, which would completely undercut the governor’s proposal and threaten the very existence of Medicaid expansion in Arkansas. It’s now in the Senate, awaiting a vote.
Your state taxes were cut by $100 million in 2015 and about half that much this year. In 2019, Gov. Asa Hutchinson and state legislators intend to cut them again.
On Memorial Day, we honor those who made the ultimate sacrifice to defend our country and preserve liberty and freedom. It was in 1971 when Congress passed the National Holiday Act which designated the last Monday of May as a federal holiday to honor those who died defending our country.