EDITORIAL >>Airport needs new manager

Without taking time to pray about it, does this sound a little improper to you, or not? A small private academy with big-time athletic ambitions wants to put an artificial turf in its stadium in the … An active subscription is required to view this content. Please login below or click here to request access if you have a subscription […]

EDITORIAL >>Don’t stop Development

Was that a lot of good news for central Arkansas yesterday? The Little Rock National Airport broke ground for a $50 million expansion and modernization, which Governor Beebe called a shot in the ar… 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 > >PCSSD sets goals to meet

By john hofheimerLeader senior staff writer As if the Pulaski County Special School District Board and administration didn’t have enough on its plate, it must prepare for the likelihood that the dist… 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 […]

TOP STORY > >Area cities schedule Christmas parades

Jacksonville, Cabot and Sherwood are making plans for their Christmans parades.    • Jacksonville will hold its parade at 1 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 4.  Its theme is “Sound of Christmas.”The… 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 > >Late students get booted out at JHS

By JOHN HOFHEIMERLeader senior staff writer A Pulaski County Special School District official may have cut some corners when suspending about 50 Jacksonville High School students for skipping class o… 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.

SPORTS>>Senior Hidalgo kicks in when team is in need

By todd traubLeader sports editor Cabot has gotten its share of kicks in its latest winning season. The Panthers have had their share of kickers too. Senior Will Hidalgo is the third place kicker to … 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>>Cabot’s girls turn up pressure, take win over Lonoke

By Jason kingLeader sportswriter The Cabot Lady Panthers put their talented underclassmen and deep bench to work against Lonoke in a 65-32 victory in the first round of the Wendy’s/Baptist Health Inv… 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 […]

SPORTS>>Panthers, Rebels headed for runoff

By todd traubLeader sports editor The Cabot Panthers are hoping they haven’t played their last home game. Cabot beat Rogers Heritage 31-13 in the first round of the 7A state playoffs at Panther Stadi… 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 […]

SPORTS>>Wildcats hit home field as Bulldogs board bus

By Jason kingLeader sportswriter The second round of the Class 3A state playoffs will have local flavor Friday when Bald Knob travels 12 miles south to play the Harding Academy Wildcats at First Secu… 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 […]

SPORTS>>Red Devils find plus in playoffs

By todd traubLeader sports editor Thanks to its latest victory, Jacksonville has an immediate football future. But with each success, the Red Devils are able to think long-term too. A year after fini… 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 […]