Power Balance Shifting In Arkansas: Coal Crucial But Losing Ground

Power Balance Shifting In Arkansas: Coal Crucial But Losing Ground
Entergy Arkansas has agreed to stop burning coal at White Bluff, one of its two major coal plants, by 2028.

King Coal isn't dead, but it's being dethroned as the top fuel source for creating electric power in Arkansas.
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Financial Health Improves for CARTI

Financial Health Improves for CARTI This article is available only in print.

CARTI reported operating income of $529,000 before depreciation for the fiscal year that ended June 30. That compares with an operating loss before depreciation of $5.8 million for the previous fiscal year.
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Eugene W. Smith, A-State's 8th President, Dies at 88

Eugene W. Smith, A-State's 8th President, Dies at 88

Arkansas State University says that its former president, Eugene W. Smith, died Sunday. He was 88.
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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 City Top Executive(s)
1 CTEH LLC North Little Rock Goad, Phil
2 FTN Associates Ltd. Little Rock Crawford, Paul W.
3 The Southern Co. of NLR Inc. North Little Rock Thompson, Oriana Alba
4 Terracon Consultants Inc. Bryant Hopkins, David V.
5 PMI-Pollution Management Inc. Little Rock Ford, Wm. Doug

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Scenic Hill's Bill Halter Says State Government Should Lighten Up on Solar

Bill Halter, Scenic Hill Solar's CEO, sees a bright future for renewable power in Arkansas, but says some policy changes would help.