FORT SMITH — TiFiber Inc., a Fayetteville-based producer of antimicrobial polymers used in sanitizers, has announced plans to locate its pilot production facility and future company headquarters in Fort Smith.
LITTLE ROCK — Arkansas could save $8.52 million a year if public K-12 schools obtained Internet service solely from private providers and disconnected from the state-run APSCN network, consultants told lawmakers Wednesday.
It may seem an odd parallel, but there exists an interesting relationship between the judicial evolution of obscenity and changing sensibilities regarding police use of force. The comparison suggested itself as I read an article on James Joyce’s landmark tome, Ulysses. Eighty-one years ago this week, a federal magistrate ruled that the book was not obscene.
As World AIDS day approaches, we are reminded that the pace of new infections remains too high, and although treatments have made living with the disease easier, there still is no cure for AIDS or the HIV that causes it.
‘Tis the season for culinary exploration. At least around the extended Pate household, that’s when Mother and I usually trot out at least one “experimental” dish alongside the perennially prepared and preordained.