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Art all-around

The Turney family of Nathan, Jennifer, and Cameron look around at mixed media artwork by Landon Bates during the NEA Artist Collective's Winter Art Walk on Thursday at The Garage in downtown Jonesboro. The art walk featured a variety of artwork from Northeast Arkansas artists across four downtown locations.
Quentin Winstine The Sun

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Soft-spoken Goza a master wood crafter

Jimmy Lee Goza
Submitted Photo

Sun Staff Writer

JONESBORO — Jimmy Lee Goza had a hand in building many of Jonesboro's homes and subdivisions in his almost 50-year career as a trim carpenter.

Even in retirement, he kept his hand in wood, building and g . . . more »


Council to consider budget, Airbnb

Sun Staff Writer

JONESBORO — In their final regularly scheduled meeting of the year Tuesday, Jonesboro City Council members will try to wrap up work on a proposed 2019 budget, try to address the growing national trend of short . . . more »


Lawmaker takes upfight against socialmedia censorship,monument removal

By David Talley
Sun Staff Writer

TRUMANN — As congressional leaders continue to scrutinize big tech, including testimony from Google CEO Sundar Pichai, for any evidence of an anti-conservative bias online, Arkansas coul . . . more »


School districts face shortages in hirings for special education

By Matthew Wells, Sun Staff Writer, mwells@jonesborosun.com
JONESBORO — Tina Golden says she loves children, and that's why she became a teacher.
Golden has taught students with special needs for 39 years, with 17 of those in the Valley View School . . . more »


Walnut Ridge heads EAST for traffic plan

By Kenneth Heard, Sun Staff Writer, kheard@jonesborosun.com
WALNUT RIDGE — City officials are working with Walnut Ridge school students, some not old enough to drive, to resolve a downtown traffic problem that has caused several accidents.
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By David Talley, Sun Staff Writer, dtalley@jonesborosun.com

JONESBORO — Craighead County Judge Ed Hill is expected to preside over his last meeting Monday. . . . more »