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Gaillardia Club Woes Spawned Phil Herrington Bankruptcy

Gaillardia Club Woes Spawned Phil Herrington Bankruptcy

Herrington's $13.45 million Chapter 11 reorganization, filed on March 18, represents one of the largest debt totals in a personal bankruptcy filing in recent years in Arkansas. He listed $5.1 million in assets.
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Creditors Force Sale of Walter Quinn's Aspen Condo

A new spiral is taking shape in the Lex Golden-Allied Bank-Walter Quinn nexus.
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Chambers Bank Lands $2 Million Golden Judgment

The latest ruling is one in a string of lawsuits spawned by the bankruptcy of Acme, the parent company of Allied Bank of Mulberry. Under the Golden family's ownership and management, the bank has lost more than $14 million since 2010.
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Legislator: Pfizer Can't Complain About Execution Drug

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Pfizer: Arkansas Execution Would 'Misuse' Drug

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Former Hamburg Bank Manager Sentenced to Prison for Fraud

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Arkansas Court Denies Request for New Execution Law Hearing

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Arkansas Execution Case Could Lead Court to Revisit Oklahoma

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Asa Hutchinson Makes Appointments to Boards, Commissions

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