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Orval Faubus

Madison County Record reporters used the Freedom of Information Act to verify allegations of sexual abuse at Huntsville High School.
Education / Media & Marketing / Small Business

Huntsville Paper Takes Award, Fair and Square

Ellen Kreth is the publisher and owner. Shannon Hahn is the business manager. But both are also reporters, storytellers and, foremost, community members, duty-bound to tell their neighbors even the hardest news. read more >
Roy Reed
Media & Marketing

Roy Reed, Mainstay of Arkansas Journalism, Dies at 87

Roy Reed, a Garland County native whose writings chronicled the civil rights movement for The New York Times and illuminated Arkansas history in well-crafted and often funny books about former Gov. Orval Faubus and the Arkansas Gazette, died Sunday in Fayetteville. read more >
Education / Government & Politics / Media & Marketing / Tourism

Ghosts of Hillbilly Past Haunt Arkansas Tourism

The Department of Parks & Tourism is seeking a “fully integrated marketing communication vendor” to get the word out: See our state, visit our parks, patronize our businesses. read more >
Dale Bumpers
Government & Politics

Dale Bumpers Death Marks End of Era in Arkansas (Andrew DeMillo Analysis)

Dale Bumpers' death marks the end of an era in Arkansas and serves as a reminder of a not-so-distant time when voters could be won over by face-to-face politicking and impassioned speeches. read more >
Education / Government & Politics / Legal

Central High School: Symbol of Inequities Past and Present

Little Rock Central High School once was the most famous public school in the world. That was during the period of its disgrace, 1957-59, when it symbolized Southern defiance of court orders to integrate schools. read more >