Update: Brenda Montgomery Gets 57 Months in Prison for Lawrence County Bank Theft

Update: Brenda Montgomery Gets 57 Months in Prison for Lawrence County Bank Theft

Brenda Montgomery was sentenced to 57 months in federal prison and three years of supervised release for her part in stealing nearly $4 million from First National Bank of Lawrence County, where she was a teller.
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Federal Judge Blocks Arkansas Planned Parenthood Defunding

A federal judge has temporarily blocked Arkansas from prohibiting Medicaid payments for Planned Parenthood patients, expanding her order that forced the state to continue paying for three patients.
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Volkswagen Faces Long Road in Regaining Trust

Volkswagen Faces Long Road in Regaining Trust

German automobile maker Volkswagen still smarting after an emissions scandal left 2,540 Arkansans eligible for buybacks.
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Tyson Fresh Meats Takes On $27M Plant Expansion in Iowa

Tyson Fresh Meats Takes On $27M Plant Expansion in Iowa

Tyson Fresh Meats Inc. is investing $27 million to expand production capacity at its case-ready beef and pork plant in Council Bluffs, Iowa.
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The List Environmental Consulting Firms

Largest Environmental Consulting Firms in Arkansas list ranked by number of Arkansas employees, also includes total employees, year founded, company description, sample projects, top executive and contact info.

Rank Name No. of Arkansas Employees Total Number of Employees
1 Center for Toxicology & Environmental Health LLC 103 144
2 Innovative Power Solutions LLC 72 72
3 FTN Associates Ltd. 69 75
4 The Southern Co. of NLR Inc. 48 48
5 Terracon Consultants Inc. 39 3,878

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Ecoark's Randy May on Covering All Four Corners

Before coming to Ecoark Holdings Inc. of Rogers and becoming its chairman of the board and CEO, Randy May spent over 15 years in divisional roles with Wal-Mart Stores Inc.