A line-up of local talent and an auction with many items are on tap for the American Cancer Society's Relay for Life event, which will be held on the University of Arkansas Community College at Hope campus on Friday.
State Representative Brent Talley, D-McCaskill, now knows what it feels like to be responsible for $5 billion.
A total of 1.46 inches of rainfall on Feb. 2 spiked the flow of water in the city wastewater collection system along a section east of the Clinton Bypass by 1,533 percent because of leakage into the system from rainwater.
Local businesses and organizations will show their colors in the fight against Cancer this weekend at the University of Arkansas Community College at Hope.
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Now that spring is officially here, it’s time to start thinking about enjoying more of the great outdoors. Picture yourself walking across the uneven lawn while you visit with a friend and carry your lunch to the picnic table. Are you confident in...
While it is true that a round of golf provides minimal fitness benefits, a reasonable level of musculoskeletal conditioning is necessary to prevent both traumatic and overuse injuries. Unlike walking and putting, which are almost risk-free...
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Physician burnout is a serious problem. It not only affects physicians and their families, but it also has an impact on their patients. Prior studies have shown that of all workers, physicians have the highest rate of burnout.
Beijing artist Liang Kegang returned from a business trip in southern France with well-rested lungs and a small item of protest against his home city's choking pollution: a glass jar of clean, Provence air.
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