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About: little rock, arkansas

Early travelers used a stone outcropping on the bank of the Arkansas River as a landmark. La Petite Roche (French for "the Little Rock"), named in 1722 by French explorer and trader Jean-Baptiste Bénard de la Harpe, marked the transition from the flat Mississippi Delta region to the Ouachita Mountain foothills. Travelers referred to the area as "the Little Rock" and the landmark name stuck.

Population: 189515
Local Newspapers: Arkansas Democrat Gazette
Local Sports Teams: Arkansas Travelers (Double A Baseball)
Local Colleges: University of Arkansas at Little Rock

Zip Codes associated with little rock, arkansas: 72103 72114 72202 72204 72205 72206 72207 72209 72210 72211 72212 72223 72227
Towns/Cities near little rock, arkansas : Capital View College Station Sweet Home South End Cammack Village Boyle Park West Markham Douglas Corner Parkers-Iron Springs Shannon Hills

Little Rock News
State board urged to study school waivers

The state Board of Education heard but didn't comment today on a public call for a study of the granting of waivers from school standards, now widely available to all public schools. The call came in a public comment session from Ginny Blankenship , education policy director f or Arkansas Advocates for Childre and Families .

The Van's search for a new warehouse not deterred by zoning issues

A zoning hang-up in The Van's push to expand its operations won't deter the homeless outreach nonprofit from finding a new home, founder Aaron Reddin says. The Van began accepting donations on Monday, Dec. 3, to raise $35,000 to purchase and make repairs to a warehouse in South Little Rock on 2.5 acres, but Reddin said that on Friday, Dec. 7, he learned that the new warehouse was not correctly zoned for the nonprofit's use.

Storm crossing country moves into Southeast with heavy rain, flooding

A storm system crossing the country dropped more than 4 inches of rain in Little Rock, Arkansas, on Thursday and snow in parts of Abilene, Texas. The storm is centered over Texas on Friday morning, but the heavy rain ahead of it is already spreading into the Carolinas.

Conway County envisions another dam bridge

IMITATOR PROPOSED: The Big Dam Bridge has proven popular with bikers and hikers. A study is underway to build a similar structure over the Arkansas River in Morrilton.

Homeless, hungry woman arrested for stealing popcorn from police...

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Heart Society, Dazz & Brie share a bill at South on Main

NOG AND STROLL: Pair your sipfest at Historic Arkansas Museum's 14th Ever Nog-Off with a performance from poet Jamee McAdoo in the nearby Cox Creative Center. Many noggins will come together Friday for the "14th Ever Nog-off," the fierce annual eggnog battle at the Historic Arkansas Museum .

Historic mayoral election

Frank Scott Jr. was elected Little Rock mayor Dec. 4. The 35-year-old banker, associate pastor and ex-state Highway Commissioner is the first popularly elected black mayor in a city that's struggled to escape the legacy of the 1957 Central High crisis. Scott defeated Baker Kurrus 58-42 percent in a runoff.

Ramblin' Jack

The Observer, like a lot of folks, is drawn to the real places: barbecue joints and honky-tonks, seedy truck stops and greasy little diners where the waitresses and clerks still call you "Hun," used bookstores that have been there since Faulkner was still drinking mint juleps, bait shops hung with dusty-eyed bass pulled up from the deep when Eisenhower was in the White House. Though The Observer once longed to ditch this backwater for places with more zing and neon as a pup, we see now that we're lucky Arkansas moves a little slower than everyplace else.

Hope and change LR

While I was away, Frank Scott Jr. won a historic victory in a runoff with Baker Kurrus to succeed Mark Stodola as Little Rock mayor. Voters said they wanted change and decided that the 35-year-old Scott was more promising.

Teacher fair dismissal law apparently to be waived in Pine Bluff, too

State Board of Education action to waive school standards law in the Pine Bluff School District may be broader than I indicated yesterday. But officials won't talk about it.

Arkansas Hunger Relief Alliance

GLEANING: Kathy Webb, executive director of the Arkansas Hunger Relief Alliance, said the nonprofit's Arkansas Gleaning Project produced 1.2 million pounds of fresh fruits and vegetables this year. When Mark Warner, assistant supervisor at the Central Arkansas Community Correction Center in Little Rock, posts a notice of a new session of Cooking Matters, a class on how to shop on a budget and cook healthy food, inmates always hurry to sign up.

Restaurant Transitions; Opening Saturday are Tacos 4 Life at McCain...

Conway-based Tacos 4 Life opens its latest location Saturday at 4211 Warden Road, in the Dillard's parking lot at McCain Mall, North Little Rock.

HMM: Did Clinton Foundation mislead IRS? State filings raise the...

The Utah episode, though a decade old, and other state regulatory issues involving the Clinton Foundation are gaining new attraction because they are included in thousands of pages of documents gathered in a whistleblower submission filed last year by a firm composed of former federal law enforcement investigators, called MDA Analytics LLC. That submission made with the IRS, and eventually provided to the Justice Department in Washington and to the FBI in Little Rock, Ark., alleges there is "probable cause" to believe the Clinton Foundation broke federal tax law and possibly owes millions of dollars in tax penalties. That submission and its supporting evidence will be one focus of a GOP-led congressional hearing Thursday in the House.

Court of Appeals dismisses Goodson case on campaign advertising

THAT WAS THEN: Since the election is over and ads are no longer being aired, the Court of Appeals today dismissed an appeal of a decision in a lawsuit over attack advertising that targeted Justice Courtney Goodson. Saying the issue was moot, the Arkansas Court of Appeals today dismissed a TV station's appeal of a court decision enjoining the airing of advertising critical of Associate Supreme Court Justice Courtney Goodson.

Argenta Community Theater names new executive director

The Argenta Community Theater has named Laura Sessoms Grimes as executive director. Grimes, a North Little Rock native, will join Board Chair Judy Tenenbaum and Artistic Director Vince Insalaco in expanding ACT's outreach and education programs, most notably a 2019 initiative called "Second ACT," an educational program for adults of all acting experience levels.

Once hardened by close calls, Sullivan embraces Q-School nightmare

Patrick Sullivan has fallen a shot short enough times on the golf course that most golfers would've lost track. The latest close call, Sunday at Tour Q-School's final stage, easily could've been the most heartbreaking.

Was Paul McCartney's Song "Blackbird" Inspired by the Civil Rights Movement?

Paul McCartney said that the song was inspired by the fight of the "Little Rock Nine" to enroll in an all-white school in Arkansas. A lengthy post recirculating online offered a slightly dramatized account of the origin of one of Paul McCartney's most socially conscious songs.

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