The US government has a history of bailing out institutions and individuals in extraordinary times. Sound Dollar looks at the historical record to examine some of the most extensive programs.
Arkansas #3 in homeless population increase
Despite the eviction moratorium, advocates for unhoused people reported seeing evictions still occurring in the state during the pandemic.
HISTORY MINUTE: Flood of 1927
It was the fourth worst flood in recorded world history. at least 127 Arkansans were known to have died, with 500 dead across the region.
Reporter spars with ASU spokesman over HSU/Mexico campus emails
The Arkansas State University System appears to have violated the state Freedom of Information Act by not turning over documents requested by an Arkadelphia reporter.
Week in Clark County History: Oct. 2-8
For the Week in Clark County History, we combed through bound copies of the Daily Siftings Herald, housed in the archives of Riley-Hickingbotham Library at Ouachita Baptist University.
Archeologist to share results of 2022 excavations in SW Arkansas
This talk will recount the summer’s digs and reveal what is now known about the site, Caddo saltmaking, Settler saltmaking, and the deep history of the region.
HISTORY MINUTE: George Wallace, only third-party candidate with Ark. victory
His supporters included a collection of business owners, farmers, ranchers, and supporters of the White Citizens Councils.