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Do you believe in having a soulmate?  No matter what your skin color, your race, your religion or what shape or size your body is, or how many times you have fallen in love-you  end up either being disappointed or possibly even divorced until your true soulmate comes into your life.

All 75 counties in the state and 375 Arkansas cities and towns have signed on to a lawsuit against drug manufacturers and distributors of opioids.

Of all the gifts you’ll give your child, few will be more important than a college education. But affording that education requires many families to make a plan.

Women make up the majority of the world’s poor. They are often held back by gender-specific constraints to economic empowerment, such as lack of access to financial services and credit. In many corners of the world, these barriers make it difficult for women to start businesses, build saving…

Obituaries

John W. Campbell, 79, of Waldron, Arkansas, passed away July 23, at a Fort Smith hospital. 

Billy Joe Brown, 77, of Waldron, Arkansas, passed away July 23, at his home. 

Cecilia Patricia “CeCe” Costanzo of Waldron, Arkansas passed from this life Thursday, July 26, in Fort Smith, Arkansas surrounded by her loving family.