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Monday
October 15, 2018
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A REAL NOSE JOB!

There is an old saying that goes, “There is no fool like an old fool” and I certainly have to plead guilty. This is because I have just gone through a painful and time-consuming ordeal that was probably unnecessary, if I had just listened to my wife.

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History Minute with Dr. Ken Bridges

Arkansas has been inhabited for thousands of years. Large villages appeared across the state, and Native Americans built prosperous farms and enjoyed the bountiful hunting and fishing that the region offered over the centuries.

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State Capitol Week in Review

From Senator Bruce Maloch

Since 2015, when the legislature approved Act 187 to upgrade the computer capacity of public schools, Arkansas has moved to the head of the class in national rankings.

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EDITORIAL

We realized when reading last week about a Rotary Club of Magnolia project about polio that we had not thought about the horrible disease in years, probably decades.

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PLAYING BALL ON SUNDAY!

In some circles, what I am going to say in this column will be about as welcome as a paranoid skunk that comes uninvited to an outdoor wedding.

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Bipartisanship is Not Dead

Given the intense acrimony surrounding the Supreme Court confirmation hearings, it would be understandable if you missed all that Republican and Democrat senators have been able to accomplish by working together.

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Arkansas House Weekly

Cancer is the second leading cause of death in Arkansas and in the United States. Breast cancer continues to be one of the most frequently diagnosed cancers in Arkansas.

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EDITORIAL

Our best wishes go to Glenn Maxwell upon his retirement as chief of the Magnolia Police Department.

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State Capitol Week in Review

From Senator Bruce Maloch

An advisory committee has spent the past year studying the efficiency of how the state pays for improvements to public school facilities.

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