EDITORIAL>>Keet wrong again

In this season of terrible discontent, Jim Keet is still struggling to land an issue that will give his race for governor some traction. He tried and failed again yesterday and not because Gov. Mike B… An active subscription is required to view this content. Please login below or click here to request access if you have a subscription but […]

EDITORIAL>>Keet wrong again

In this season of terrible discontent, Jim Keet is still struggling to land an issue that will give his race for governor some traction. He tried and failed again yesterday and not because Gov. Mike B… An active subscription is required to view this content. Please login below or click here to request access if you have a subscription but […]

EDITORIAL>>Tim Griffin and unions

Tim Griffin never encouraged anyone to invest much confidence in his character — he let his ambition to undercut and replace his old friend and boss, Bud Cummins, corrupt the entire United States Depa… An active subscription is required to view this content. Please login below or click here to request access if you have a subscription but do not […]

TOP STORY>>Sheriff’s program to reduce drug use

By JOAN MCCOYLeader staff writerSince 2007, research has shown that Arkansas teens rank No. 1 in the nation for abuse of prescription pain relievers. Now, Lonoke County is joining other counties in ce… An active subscription is required to view this content. Please login below or click here to request access if you have a subscription but do not know […]

TOP STORY>>Fair-housing data collection under way

By NANCY DOCKTERLeader staff writerEvery five years, municipalities across the country that accept funds from the federal Housing and Urban Development agency are required to conduct an analysis of lo… An active subscription is required to view this content. Please login below or click here to request access if you have a subscription but do not know your login information.

TOP STORY>>Road panel looks to funding

By JOHN HOFHEIMERLeader senior staff writerDesperately needed money to fix and build state highways could come in the form of a half-cent sales-tax increase or from diverting existing sales-tax revenu… An active subscription is required to view this content. Please login below or click here to request access if you have a subscription but do not know your login information.

TOP STORY>>Wet or dry, farm family of year sticks to the dirt

By JOHN HOFHEIMERLeader senior staff writerGround zero for the Minton family farm is on Tar Bottom Road, about three miles from England and backing up to the Department of Correction farms in Jefferso… An active subscription is required to view this content. Please login below or click here to request access if you have a subscription but do not know […]

SPORTS>>Nuisances horning in on Majors, World Cup

By Todd TraubLeader sports editorI would be remiss as a sports editor if I did not sooner or later mention one of the biggest sporting events in the world.The World Cup.There, it’s mentioned. Can we g… An active subscription is required to view this content. Please login below or click here to request access if you have a subscription but […]

SPORTS>>MSRA set for return to Beebe after rain

By JASON KINGLeader sportswriter The Mid South Racing Association will make another stop at Beebe Speedway on Friday. It will be the second of three shows for the year at Beebe, a quarter-mile, sandy … An active subscription is required to view this content. Please login below or click here to request access if you have a subscription but do […]

SPORTS>>Greer is family man on track

By JASON KINGLeader sportswriterDrivers often talk about the thrill of weekend racing — the rush of showing up at the local short track with the family, trying to conquer the dirt and win a race.But f… An active subscription is required to view this content. Please login below or click here to request access if you have a subscription but […]