D-Day at 75 – Honoring the WWII heroes of the Normandy invasion

It’s been 75 years since Allied forces launched the largest military invasion in history. As is the tradition, dignitaries, an ever-diminishing number of World War II veterans and citizens from across the world will join together to commemorate that nearly miraculous feat, which began on June 6, 1944, and is known forever as D-Day. There

Legal eagle Painter on Court TV

“Painter” is about the only occupation not listed on the resume of Chanley Painter, Miss Arkansas USA 2009. Here are just a few entries from the Conway native’s diverse bio: “Reporter and Legal Analyst for KARK 4 and FOX 16” in Little Rock, “Attorney at Law, Licensed in Arkansas and Tennessee,” “Deputy Prosecuting Attorney for

Nation’s lawmakers hear from electric co-op leaders

Co-op leaders from across the nation, including Arkansas, met with members of Congress in April as part of the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association’s (NRECA) Legislative Conference. During the conference, which took place April 29-30 in Washington, D.C., congressional leaders of both parties and the chairman of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) urged electric