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Blake Rutherford Named Chief of Staff for Pennsylvania Attorney General
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Blake Rutherford Named Chief of Staff for Pennsylvania Attorney General

Blake Rutherford, a former chief of staff for Arkansas Attorney General Dustin McDaniel, has been hired as chief of staff for Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen G. Kane, Kane's office announced Tuesday.
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NLR Chamber, ABPG Launch Arkansas Women's Hall of Fame

The North Little Rock Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with Arkansas Business Publishing Group of Little Rock, launched the Arkansas Women's Hall of Fame on Wednesday.
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Gannett Names New President, Publisher of Baxter Bulletin

Gannett Co. Inc. has named Daniel Norselli as the new president and publisher of the Baxter Bulletin of Mountain Home and the Springfield News-Leader of Missouri.
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ASTA Launches New Mobile-Friendly Website

The Arkansas Science & Technology Authority (ASTA) has launched a new mobile-friendly website designed to provide easier access to grants and investments for high-tech startups with the potential to create high-paying jobs in Arkansas.
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Venture Center, Tech Park Offices to Move Into Block 2 Building

Leaders of the Arkansas Venture Center and the Little Rock Technology Park will set up offices in the former ARK Challenge space on the ground floor of the Block 2 building in the 100 block of East Markham in downtown Little Rock. read more >

KAIT News Director Hatton Weeks Joins WLBT in Mississippi

Hatton Weeks, news director of KAIT-TV, Channel 8 in Jonesboro since 2008, is leaving the ABC affiliate to lead the newsroom at WLBT-TV, Channel 3 in Jackson, Mississippi. read more >

Bruce Westerman Appointed to House Science Committee, Names Press Secretary

U.S. Rep.-elect Bruce Westerman, R-Ark., announced his selection to serve on the House Committee on Science, Space and Technology for the 114th Congress. read more >

Twerking, Meditation Lead Year's Top Google How-To Searches in Little Rock

Apparently, Little Rock residents were interested in learning how to meditate and how to twerk in 2014. Well, we hope you found what you were looking for, Little Rock. read more >

Through Connect Arkansas, Nevada County Launches New Website

Connect Arkansas, in partnership with the Information Network of Arkansas, announced Monday the launch of the official Nevada County website, NevadaCounty.Arkansas.gov. read more >

David Allan Pivots from Acorn Hours to Tagless Style

David Allan, who founded Little Rock startup Acorn Hours and guided it through the 2014 fall installment of the ARK Challenge startup accelerator, has pivoted. Allan is the new CEO of Tagless Style, another Little Rock startup that participated in the ARK this fall. read more >

Sing Their Praises (Editorial)

Women are caught in a double bind: Brag on themselves, and they may be seen as pushy. Fail to brag on themselves, and they may be seen as pushovers. That's just one of the reasons that last week's launch of the Arkansas Women's Hall of Fame by the North Little Rock Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with Arkansas Business Publishing Group, is a welcome development. The Hall of Fame's purpose is to recognize the many contributions of women in the state. read more >

Beneficiary Ads Fail To Raise Sales for Arkansas Scholarship Lottery

A $300,000 investment by the Arkansas Scholarship Lottery to promote scholarship beneficiaries, including on-field promotions at college football games this fall, appears to have had little impact on sales. read more >

Bordelon Gift to UA's Walton College Will Support Faculty Innovation

University of Arkansas alumni Ann and Gene Bordelon have contributed $100,000 to establish the Faculty Innovation Endowed Fund for the benefit of the Sam M. Walton College of Business, the UA announced Tuesday. read more >

Demand Rises For Body Cameras, Rarely Used by Police in Arkansas

Following the shooting death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, in August, and questions about what actually happened during his encounter with Officer Darren Wilson, there has been a resurgence in calls for all police to wear body cameras. read more >

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