Opinion

Men & football players:

Deborah Sesser

September 19, 2006

I don't have a problem with motorcyclists. I don't have a problem with Texans. I don't have a problem with black people. I do have a problem with people who park in the middle of the road and expect other cars to simply drive around them. I was recently forced to drive around two 4-wheel drive trucks ...

MoJoe responds –

Joe Phelps

September 12, 2006

Mr. Smith, is it? For a moment there, we thought you were going to use a pseudonym. But, at any rate, I have only two things to write back. One, next time you write for this publication, make sure you proofread. I'm glad you're proud to be a Texans. Two, I'm probably speaking on behalf of many Arkansans as I thank you for further proving my theory that Texans are arrogant. I couldn't have done it better myself.

Arkansan by circumstance says ‘Don’t mess with Texas’

Andy Smith

September 12, 2006

As a proud Texans who happens to be living in Arkadelphia due to circumstance, when I saw the column in the paper on September 5 with the title "A Few Reasons Why I Hate Texans," to say that my attention had been seized is putting it lightly. I think the term "call to arms" is a bit extreme in this si...

Penny Pinchers

Amy Damron

September 12, 2006

Movies are the staple to American entertainment. You go on a date to see a movie and have dinner, you come home and watch a movie with some popcorn, or you go to see a movie and spend a day at the mall. But movie prices can get a bit expensive, so here is a look at just a few ways to save a few bucks ...

Letter to the editor: MoJoe Row is a ‘waste of ink’

Catherine Moore

September 12, 2006

In response to MoJoe Row's waste of space and ink concerning "real bikers," I have never seen such blatant pettiness, insecurity, jealous whining and ignorance. What I got out of that "article" was: (1) you didn't get a particular parking space because a motorcycle had parked there first, and you're going...

Student feel Americans are oblivious to Sudan crisis

Tabitha Scott

September 12, 2006

When I think of my small hometown of Stuttgart, Ark. the feeling of community comes to mind. Brown legs jumping double Dutch with an assortment of ponytails assembled at the beginnings of colorful burettes. White smiles across chap-sticked lips and sticky pickle coolcup fingers twirling ropes that cla...

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