El Dorado News

December 11, 2017
El Dorado News Times

Jingle all the way

Walking in a winter wonderland: The 2017 Christmas parade makes its way through the streets of downtown El Dorado.

Battle of the titans

By Jason Avery News-Times Staff Two schools that are well-versed in playing on Arkansas’ biggest stage for high school football collide tonight with the 3A state championship at stake. Junction City (13-0), the 6-3A champions ...

Area churches embrace mission to serve children

Editor’s note: This is the second in a weekly series about foster care and The CALL in Union County. The series will run through Dec. 24 as part of our Community Christmas Card campaign, where we ask readers to help a local nonprofit through donations collected by the News-Times. Everyone who donates at least $2 through Dec. 21 will have their name listed in the Community Christmas Card that runs in our Christmas Eve edition.

Analysis: Cotton exit could upend Arkansas '18 election

LITTLE ROCK (AP) — After a string of elections that underscored just how much Arkansas has shifted from a Democratic stronghold to solidly Republican territory, next year's races for the state's top offices and legislative seats appeared likely to be a relatively ho-hum, predictable affair. The possibility of the state's junior U.S. senator stepping down to lead intelligence for the Trump administration could upend the campaign.