- Bartlesville Examiner-EnterpriseJul 27 10:26 AM
A familiar old foe, the Three Rivers Bandits, eliminated Bartlesville’s Doenges Ford Indians from the Oklahoma American Legion Baseball Championship on Sunday.
- Salon.comJul 29 03:08 AM
Though eventually & thankfully on the right side of history, the North wasn't immune to America's original sin.
- Arkansas Democrat-GazetteJul 29 01:44 AM
The days are likely numbered for calling the state Democratic Party's largest annual fundraiser the "Jefferson-Jackson Dinner," party Chairman Vince Insalaco said Tuesday.
- Arkansas Democrat-GazetteJul 29 12:27 AM
LITTLE ROCK -- The days are likely numbered for calling the state Democratic party's largest annual fundraiser the "Jefferson-Jackson Dinner," party chairman Vince Insalaco said Tuesday.
- Arkansas TimesJul 02 09:16 AM
The Arkansas Supreme Court, in summer recess, issued an order today again denying a Hughes School District's request to expedite its appeal of a circuit court ruling denying its request to block consolidation of the district with West Memphis. June 15, Judge Richard Proctor said he couldn't stay his ruling pending Hughes' appeal. The state Board of Education voted to consolidate Hughes because ...
- The Kansas City StarJul 05 04:05 PM
A team of archaeologists and Wichita State University archaeology students confirmed last month that the area east of Arkansas City, Kan., was once home to 20,000 ancestors of the Wichita tribe of American Indians. Now residents and the tribe hope to make the most of the site’s tourist and educational potential. … Click to Continue »
- KARK Little RockJul 21 08:25 AM
Annie E. Casey Foundation study says the rising tide of recovery has left stagnant pockets of low-income, struggling communities and families across the state.
- Arkansas TimesJul 09 12:15 PM
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- Toledo News NowJul 29 12:39 AM
Joey Votto hit a three-run home run in support of Mike Leake, and the Cincinnati Reds beat the St. Louis Cardinals 4-0 on Tuesday night.
- TakePart.com via Yahoo! NewsJul 29 03:00 PM
The Washington Redskins often find themselves the subject of protest because of their name and mascot, but fans of the NFL team aren’t the only ones using a controversial term to cheer on their athletes. High schools around the country call themselves the Redskins—and while the professional football team refuses to make a change, some school districts are looking for more inclusive options ...
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