Casey Wilson, a poultry grower near Huntsville, Ark., said three of his seven houses are heated with propane gas and with two-week old birds and frigid temperatures he is quickly burning through the fuel supply.
Democrat Congressional candidate James Lee Witt, the former director of the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and a former Yell County Judge, announced third quarter fundraising of $243,946.17 on Wednesday (Jan. 29).
Democrats and U.S. Sen. Mark Pryor, D-Ark., will do all they can to make political hay with U.S. Rep. Tom Cotton’s vote Wednesday (Jan. 29) against the federal farm bill. And while Cotton, a Republican from Dardanelle, was the only member of Arkansas’ U.S.
President Barack Obama delivered his fifth annual State of the Union address to a joint session of Congress Tuesday night (Jan. 28) in Washington, and Arkansas members of the House and Senate are responding to the President's speech.
On Monday, federal lawmakers announced that an agreement on a U.S. farm bill had been made. The move includes a variety of changes that Senate and House members have opposed, and an upcoming vote on the measure could make for headlines in Arkansas' U.S. Senate race.
Water park surprises, $20 million in jail money, Mike Huckabee’s thoughts about the female libido, and the financial impact of a “Battle at the Fort” are part of the Jan. 24 Friday Wire for the Fort Smith region.
The desires of Benton County home buyers, Mike Huckabee’s thoughts about the female libido and the financial dance between Wal-Mart and its suppliers are part of the Northwest Arkansas Friday Wire for Jan. 24.
U.S. Rep. Tom Cotton, R-Dardanelle, reported strong fourth quarter fundraising numbers in his bid for the U.S. Senate on Thursday, the second quarter in a row he has outraised incumbent U.S. Sen. Mark Pryor, D-Ark.