The Record is taking a closer look in this week’s edition at upcoming elections, issues facing the county and how candidates plan to address those issues. Voters will cast their ballots in …
Tom and Steuart Walton, grandsons of Walmart founders Helen and Sam Walton and heirs of the Walton fortune, founded the Runway Group, LLC, to invest in properties and businesses throughout Northwest Arkansas.
A couple of weeks ago in his first column, The Record’s new editor, Dan Marsh, wrote about the raid on a Kansas newspaper that happened recently.
Some of our Record staff spent the weekend in Little Rock at the Arkansas Press Association’s 150th anniversary celebration and convention celebrating each paper’s hard work throughout the year. The Record was the winner of 27 awards, including 10 first-place awards, as part of the press association’s general excellence’s competition.
On Monday, the Huntsville School Board along with Huntsville City Council members approved a contract for the city to provide school resource officers for the district. The school will fund the majority of the cost, approximately 75% of the nearly $330,000 over a two-year period. See our full story beginning on page 1A.
As Huntsville City Councilman Scott Thomas pointed out in last week’s Wage and Salary Commission meeting, Madison County is the fastest growing county in the state.
We started looking for a rental house last week for a friend moving to Huntsville. Someone told us it would be easier to find a unicorn.
Madison County voters are faced with a few choices: how much to spend on a jail and where and how big to build it.
Actions by the Huntsville School Board at Monday night’s specially called meeting took the district one step closer to bringing to an end what most everyone agrees is a sordid stain in the district’s history.
Huntsville School Board member Duane Glenn and Director of Personnel and Compliance Audra Kimball have brought enough disrepute to the Huntsville School District and should step down.
Early voting has begun and for the first time in several years, voters have a plenty of choices about who they want on the Huntsville School Board.
We hear you. We’re confused too. Several people expressed frustration with Fourth Judicial Prosecutor Matt Durrett’s decision to not file charges against school administrators for failing to immediately call the Arkansas Child Abuse Hotline when they were alerted to sexual-abuse allegations by players on the Huntsville boys basketball team. Durrett’s decision garnered statewide attention and has become a campaign issue in the prosecutor’s race.