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Enid Olvey Promoted at Arkansas Children's Foundation (Movers & Shakers)

Enid Olvey Promoted at Arkansas Children's Foundation (Movers & Shakers)

Olvey will provide oversight to the principal gifts, planned gifts and major gifts programs and will continue to serve as a key member of the foundation leadership team.
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Health Care – Right or Privilege? (Editorial)

The philosophical question of whether health care is something every American is entitled to or something every American must earn underlies all discussion of how best to provide it.
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It Seemed Like Such a Good Idea (Gwen Moritz Editor's Note)

I've started to think that “It seemed like such a good idea” may be the American epitaph, and manipulating our diets wasn't even the start.
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Pair of Apartments Produce $60.6M Sale (Real Deals)

Affiliates of CLK Properties of Woodbury, New York, bought the 456-unit Chenal Lakes project for $38.1 million and the 256-unit Brightwaters project for $22.5 million. read more >

Texan Buys Red Lobster In Fayetteville for $3.7M (NWA Real Deals)

Vera LLC of Plano, led by Venkat Sirimalle, bought the property, and with Red Lobster Restaurants LLC, signed a lease agreement that runs until 2039. read more >

Arkansas Unemployment Drops to Record 3.7 Percent in February

Arkansas' unemployment rate continued to fall in February to the lowest on record, 3.7 percent. The rate was 3.8 percent in January and 4.1 percent in February 2016. read more >

Chamber-Backed Marijuana Bill Awaiting Governor's Signature

A bill backed by the Arkansas State Chamber of Commerce to amend the state's new medical marijuana law has passed both houses and needs the governor's signature to become law. read more >

Already in Peril, Rural Hospitals Unsure on Health Care Bill

As Republicans put forward plans to get rid of the Affordable Care Act, rural hospitals and communities are watching closely. But if they didn't fare too well under the ACA, many question whether they'd be better off under the plan backed by President Donald Trump. read more >

Haag Brown Buys 10 NEA Clinics for $14M

NEA Baptist Clinic, a multi-specialty group practice, and Haag Brown Commercial, both of Jonesboro, announce the $14 million sale of 10 off-campus urgent care clinics in northeast Arkansas. read more >

CARTI Reports Bigger Loss Than Expected

As CARTI works through its financial issues, the Little Rock cancer treatment organization recently posted wider than anticipated losses for the first two quarters of its fiscal year. read more >

More Guilty Pleas Made in Richard Johns Pill Mill Case

As expected, David Larue Scroggins of Cabot pleaded guilty last week to buying and reselling fraudulent oxycodone prescriptions from Richard Johns read more >

World-Class Rationalization (Gwen Moritz Editor's Note)

One afternoon provided two exercises in compartmentalization: Richard Johns' plea agreement and the indictment of former state Sen. Jon Woods and Oren Paris III. read more >

Memory Care Facility Visited by $14M Sale (Real Deals)

The 74-bed assisted living center in west Little Rock was bought by an affiliate of Mainstreet Health Investments of Carmel, Indiana. read more >

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