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The statewide gas price average in Arkansas was $3.18 for a gallon of regular unleaded fuel on Thursday, according to the AAA Arkansas Weekend Gas Watch. That price is 11 cents more compared to that day last week and 14 cents more compared to that day last year. more
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Mayor Jerry Jackson hosted a community meeting on Thursday, March 14, before the City Council Committee meeting to share information about the planned music venue and receive questions from citizens. more
Jerree Winn has spent most of her life in the cosmetology world. Now, with over four decades of experience, she has announced her retirement. Winn's journey began at 15 when she first started cosmetology school. She pursued her training off and on, eventually graduating from Lyle‘s School of Cosmetology in Fresno, Calif. in 1981. more
JONESBORO — A $10 million congressional appropriation led by U.S. Sen. John Boozman, R-Ark., will advance plans for the Arkansas State University Center for Advanced Materials and Steel Manufacturing to support the largest steel producing region in the country. more
Dollar Tree Inc. has revealed plans to close 1,000 stores, including 600 Family Dollar locations, within the first half of fiscal 2024. The company stated that these planned closures resulted in fourth-quarter charges exceeding $2 billion, as reported in its fiscal 2023 results. more
The Harrison Regional Chamber of Commerce has extended an invitation to a free workshop this month. Startup Junkie and Arkansas APEX Accelerator will be leading a Small Business Certifications for Women, Minority, & Underserved Businesses workshop at the Chamber, 303 N. Main St., Ste 301, in Harrison, on Tuesday, March 26th, 2 p.m-4 p.m. more
LITTLE ROCK — The Arkansas State Broadband Office will launch its Broadband Equity, Access, and Deployment (BEAD) mapping challenge process on Wednesday, March 20. more
North Arkansas Regional Medical Center (NARMC) Chief of Nursing Donna Boehm will receive the 2024 North Arkansas College Distinguished Alumna award presented by the Northark Foundation. more
Arkansas Children's Hospital Embarks on $318 Million Expansion Project more
More than 300 people poured into the Durand Center at Signature Tower to honor Harrison area residents for outstanding services to the community. more
During the annual Harrison Regional Chamber of Commerce Awards Luncheon on Tuesday a panel discussion was held featuring three business leaders from across the state. more
The statewide gas price average in Arkansas was $3.07 for a gallon of regular unleaded fuel on Thursday, according to the AAA Arkansas Weekend Gas Watch. That price is 1 cent more compared to that day last week and is flat compared to that day last year. more
CAMDEN — As they stood before massive rocket launchers built in part by their Arkansas constituents, Republican lawmakers were getting an unambiguous message Thursday from America’s top military officer: A Ukraine aid package that’s stalled in Congress will not only help in the fight against Russia, but also support jobs in their districts. more
Sales of mixed drinks, liquor, and beer in Arkansas surged in 2023, evidenced by the uptick in excise tax collections on alcoholic beverages across the state. more
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LITTLE ROCK — The Arkansas Department of Agriculture is pleased to partner with the Farm Credit Associations of Arkansas for the ninth annual Arkansas Farmers Market Promotion Program. This program, which is administered by the Department and funded by the Farm Credit Associations of Arkansas, helps build awareness for farmers markets and their vendors. This program provides funding assistance for the state’s farmers markets to serve their communities as consumer interest in locally grown and made products continues to increase. more
Economic Cooperation Agreement Between the State of Arkansas of the United States of America and Korea's International Trade Association and Korea's-U.S. Economic Council, Inc. more
LITTLE ROCK — More farmers seem to be adopting cover crops and no-till, according to data from the 2022 Census of Agriculture, which was released in February 2024. more
The Boone County Leadership Institute and the Youth Leadership Academy  recently held their agriculture session. These leadership programs provide numerous opportunities for young people to connect with the local businesses from all sectors, learning more about the local business community. more
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