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The recent campaign finance reports in the Arkansas governor’s race offered what was expected among Republicans and suspected among Democrats.

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Jesus exists eternally but came to earth in a body like ours, “the firstborn among many brethren” (Romans 8:29), to identify with us and reveal Himself as our righteous Advocate (1 John 2:1) before God and serve our sentence of death for sin. He came to give life, to heal the sick and the br…

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A few months ago, I decided to take advantage of President Trump’s Operation Warp Speed and get vaccinated.

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President Joe Biden’s reckless spending policies are making life more expensive for Arkansans. The money we’ve budgeted for the grocery store isn’t stretching as far, consumers in the market for a used car are finding a sky-high expense and the sticker shock at the gas pump is forcing us to …

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This week, a subcommittee of Arkansas Legislative Council that provides oversight for Arkansas Game and Fish and Arkansas State Police heard from Arkansas State Police Director Col. Bill Bryant regarding recent successes and challenges facing state troopers. His testimony alerted us to some …

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This year computer and electronic equipment will be included in the Arkansas sales tax holiday.

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As a youth growing up and going to school in Batesville, I first learned of the seven wonders of the ancient world. I recall a couple of them – the Hanging Gardens of Babylon and the Statue of Zeus of Olympia. While I do not remember all of them, anyone can just “Google” it to review the oth…

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Since the pandemic started the family’s been doing a weekly Zoom call on Sunday afternoons. Over the course of what’s now been over a year some of us miss some weeks due to other commitments, but it’s been nice – an hour a week to share our lives with family.

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You may not have heard of Wright’s Barbecue or Dalton Wagner, but both will be working to change that – without the threat of being penalized – thanks to the NCAA’s new “name, image and likeness” rules, or NIL.

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The Senate recently observed a two-week In-State Work Period which I used as an opportunity to meet with Arkansans across the state and discuss issues important to the communities I was visiting.

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The more time that passes during this pandemic, the more frustrated I get.

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This week, we want to remind you about the upcoming Arkansas Sales Tax holiday. This year, the event will begin at 12:01 am on Saturday, August 7, and end at 11:59 pm on Sunday, August 8.

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In the regular session of 2021 the legislature approved at least 25 new election laws that will go into effect on July 28.

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Our lives are filled with many kinds of experiences – some good and some not so good. I must say that God has blessed my life with more great experiences than I can enumerate. Many of us have enjoyed graduations, weddings, children, grandchildren, friendships, etc.

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Jake Bequette and Sen. John Boozman both played football for the Arkansas Razorbacks, but in announcing his bid to take Boozman’s seat Monday, Bequette followed the playbook of Arkansas’ other senator, Tom Cotton.

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It’s quite sad to me how often I seem to have to write about people being defrauded of their hard earned money, often involving a lifetime of hard work and savings. However, with scammers and identity thieves never ending in their creativity and quest to detach you from your stuff, I feel it…

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July 8 was the first of my Community COVID Conversations in Cabot, and I am so grateful for the crowd who attended and filled every seat with the overflow left standing along the walls. The time was well spent with citizens asking questions and providing ideas as to how to overcome the hesit…

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Arkansans know that no summer barbecue is complete without fresh watermelon. Our state may not be the largest producer of watermelon, but Arkansas communities lay claim to being the home of the world’s largest and the world’s sweetest.

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Life is a challenge. “Humph! you didn’t have to tell me that,” you say. We are “fearfully and wonderfully made” (Psalm 139:14), possess an eternal soul and a conscience that connects to the law of our righteous, eternal God. We are temporal, sinful and doomed for eternal death unless we part…

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People need Jesus. I usually say it more like “These people need Jesus.”

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Inscribed on our national Liberty Bell we can find these words, “Proclaim liberty throughout the land unto all the inhabitants thereof,” the exact words recorded in Leviticus 25:10 of the Old Testament. Our great country was established on the principles of life, liberty and justice for all.

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For those who rely heavily on Social Security benefits to pay their bills, the recent uptick in prices in what seems just about everything are cause for concern. Especially so given what many consider to be inadequate cost of living adjustments (COLA) over many years now. The 2021 increase r…

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When someone discusses the need for personal care services, it is typically thought of as a service for the aging population.