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August 15th, 2014

Complaints center on FOI requests in Bauxite

August 15, 2014

Freedom of Information Act responses are slow to be returned in Bauxite, according to Alderman Mona Struble.

The Arkansas Freedom of Information Act of 1967 allows citizens to obtain government records to keep the workings of the government transparent to the citizens. Any FOI requests must be returned within three working days and a person who "negligently violates" the FOIA is guilty of a Class C misdemeanor according to the official wording of the law.

August 14th

Genie, you're free

August 14, 2014

By Bobbye Pyke

The world was rocked this week with the news of Robin Williams' suicide. Many were shocked to hear that one of America's favorite funny men took his own life. Many are currently mourning his loss and sharing stories about how this incredible individual impacted their lives. Many more are questioning how this prominent figure, how this famous comedian, how this well respected, beloved man could take his own life.

Students to give Arkansas vets free care

August 14, 2014

FAYETTEVILLE — Officials say students with the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences will provide free treatment to residents in the state's only veterans home.

The media reports Arkansas Gov. Mike Beebe made the announcement Wednesday. The free services are part of an effort to cut expenses and improve care at the Fayetteville Veterans Home.

That facility has been the state's only veterans home since 2012 after the Little Rock Veterans Home closed. A site for a new state veterans home has been selected in North Little Rock.

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