October 9th, 2014
LITTLE ROCK â€” Two ethics complaints have been filed against two Arkansas attorney general candidates, and they both involve campaign ads.
Little Rock attorney and blogger Matt Campbell filed a complaint Monday with the state's ethics commission against Republican candidate Leslie Rutledge, the media reported. He argues she violated several rules when she appeared in a 30-second TV ad paid and produced by the Republican Attorneys General Association.
BENTONVILLE â€” The first thing you encounter at a new contemporary art show at Crystal BridgesMuseum of American Art is the "Mom Booth," where a woman in an apron sits at a table.
Behind her, shelves are stocked with Band-Aids, puddings, animal crackers, soup cans, paper lunch bags and clean underwear. She's not a docent or guide. She's a real mom who gives advice, hugs and maybe a scolding. She might ask you to fold laundry or pick Legos off the floor.
And she may inspire thoughts of your own mom or kids. But how is a mom surrounded by Band-Aids and puddings art?
John Harris and Nona Carper, active participants at the Benton Senior Wellness and Activity Center, will be reigning over activities Saturday at the 40th annual Old-Fashioned Day.
The two were selected through a monetary voting system, with all proceeds benefiting the center.
All activities will be held on and around the Saline County Courthouse square and adjacent areas of Downtown Benton.
More info can be found in today's issue of The Saline Courier.