Hendrix College Raises $2M to Make Goal for Mabee Grant

Hendrix College Raises $2M to Make Goal for Mabee Grant

Hendrix College of Conway says it has reached its goal to meet a $1 million challenge grant from the J.E. and L.E. Mabee Foundation of Tulsa.
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Harding Football Coach to Join Advancement Office

Ronnie Huckeba, head football coach at Harding University, will join the university's advancement office in January. Huckeba announced Aug. 10 that he would be stepping down as head coach at the conclusion of this season.
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Harrison Hospital Fights Assessor's Tax Ruling

North Arkansas Medical Services Inc. of Harrison has appealed the Boone County assessor's decision not to grant tax-exempt status for one of its medical clinics.
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