Argenta Community Development Corp. Weighs Its Future

Argenta Community Development Corp. Weighs Its Future
Argenta Community Development Corp. first targeted the area in North Little Rock bounded by 22nd Street on the north, the Arkansas River on the south, I-30 on the east and Pike Avenue on the west. Adjustments had been made over the years to include other neighborhoods.

While Argenta Community Development Corp. of North Little Rock ponders its future — including whether to dissolve — the nonprofit first must deal with a foreclosure lawsuit filed against it last month after defaulting on a $560,000 loan.
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James Moody Returns to Wright Lindsey & Jennings

After retiring from the federal bench in March, James M. Moody Sr. has decided to return to his old stomping grounds at Wright Lindsey & Jennings LLP in Little Rock.
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John Correnti, Governor Break Ground on $1.3B Big River Steel Mill

John Correnti, Governor Break Ground on $1.3B Big River Steel Mill

Steel executive John Correnti, Gov. Mike Beebe and other state and local leaders marked the groundbreaking of the $1.3 billion Big River Steel project Monday in Osceola.
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The List Largest Gas Production Companies

Largest Gas Production Companies in Arkansas list includes company contact info, Mcf sold in most recent full year, number of wells, production counties, and top executive.

Rank Name City MCF Sold No. of Wells
1 Seeco Inc. Fayetteville 743,523,878 3,869
2 XTO Energy Inc. Fort Worth 165,518,289 2,097
3 BHP Billiton Houston 161,601,509 983
4 Stephens Production Co. Fort Smith 26,068,887 779
5 Forest Oil Corp. Denver 10,284,207 491

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Charley Penix on Architecture Shaping the Future of Arkansas

Charley Penix became CEO of Cromwell Architects Engineers Inc., the state's largest architecture firm and second-largest engineering firm, in 2009.