Category Archives: Travel

Do you know this woman?

If so, you might try explaining to her the implications of allowing selfie pictures from the iPad she stole to end up in the owner’s cloud. Allen Engstrom, of North Little Rock, was en-route from Phoenix to Denver when he … Continue reading

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Arkansas receives $7M highway spending gift

Arkansas’ highway department has been gifted with nearly $7 million in federal earmarks that it will be required to spend before the end of the year, according to Arkansas News. The “use it or lose it” program identified $473 million … Continue reading

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CAVEman: Part two

Due to the great discussion we’re having on a previous Between Editions post about the presentation given by Henry Florsheim, El Dorado Chamber of Commerce President and CEO, at the El Dorado Rotary Club on Monday concerning local economic development … Continue reading

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Highway commission authorizes speed limit increase on U.S. 63 and U.S. 167

The Arkansas Highway Commission decided in a meeting on Wednesday to increase speed limits on a slew of roads throughout the state including U.S. 167 and U.S. 63 near El Dorado, according to a release from the commission. Approximately 265 … Continue reading

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Rain floods area

Flooding and flash flood warnings continue through Union County where several roads are under water following 4 inches of rain in the last 24 hours as of 9:30 a.m. Tuesday Wednesday. Union County Judge Mike Loftin reported that areas on … Continue reading

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LIT to become “Bill and Hillary Clinton National Airport”

The Little Rock National Airport was renamed this morning the “Bill and Hillary Clinton National Airport” following a unanimous vote by the municipal airport commission. All runways and aeronautical operations units will retain the name Adams Field in remembrance of … Continue reading

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