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Arvest Takes Aim at Brisiel with Fayetteville Foreclosures

Arvest Takes Aim at Brisiel with Fayetteville Foreclosures
In the summer of 2016, Tim Brisiel — through White Rock Investments — paid $5 million for two older apartment complexes, Colonial Arms on North Leverett Avenue and Oakwood Place on West Putnam Street in Fayetteville.

Arvest Bank of Fayetteville has initiated foreclosure on several properties owned by Tim Brisiel of Legacy Ventures.
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Citizens Bank Won't Fill Marketing Position After Don Hale Departure

Don Hale's back in the workaday world, having left his marketing post as a senior vice president of Citizens Bank of Batesville a couple of months ago.
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Total Student Loan Debt Reached $1.3 Trillion in 2016

Student loan debt hit $1.3 trillion by the end of 2016, an increase of 170 percent over debt totals in 2006, the Federal Reserve Bank of New York reported earlier this year.
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