Northeast Arkansas

Six Arkansas Electric Co-Ops Stringing Broadband

Six Arkansas Electric Co-Ops Stringing Broadband

Six electric cooperatives in Arkansas are bringing high-speed broadband internet access to thousands of their members and plan to offer it to all of their members within the next four to six years.
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A-State, Miami Settle Over Canceled Football Game

Arkansas State University and the University of Miami agreed Monday to dismiss lawsuits related to the cancellation of a football game in Jonesboro on Sept. 9, 2017.
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ASU System Promotes Long, Hires Reynolds (Movers & Shakers)

Dianna Long is the new director of payroll services in the Finance & Administration Division at Arkansas State University in Jonesboro. Lindsey Reynolds has joined Arkansas State University-Beebe's Heber Springs campus as the new campus relations coordinator.
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Midterm Elections Reveal Shifting Patterns in Arkansas (Heather Yates On Politics)

After Election Day, Arkansas' congressional delegation secured re-election and the state government trifecta remained intact. But Democrats also made gains, suggesting shifting voting patterns that could make the party competitive in suburban areas of the state. read more >

CEO: Big River Steel to Remain Independent

Big River Steel, which this summer said it would expand its scrap recycling and steel production facility near Osceola, says it will remain an independent company, according to a report by Fastmarkets AMM. read more >

G. Richard Smith to Lead UAMS Psychiatry Department, Research Institute

Dr. G. Richard Smith has been named chairman of the Department of Psychiatry in the College of Medicine at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences and director of UAMS' Psychiatric Research Institute. read more >

ARA Names Four New Board Members

The Arkansas Research Alliance announced Tuesday the addition of four new board of trustees members: AT&T Arkansas President Ronnie Dedman; David Peacock, president of Hytrol Conveyor Co.; Laura Landreaux, president and CEO of Entergy Arkansas Inc.; and Dr. Cam Patterson, chancellor of the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences. read more >

Update: New Hospital An Upgrade to Crittenden County Health Care

Crittenden County residents will once again be able to enjoy accessible, local health care with the opening of the new Baptist Memorial Hospital later this fall. read more >

SPONSORED: Hunters Should Arm Themselves Against Chronic Wasting Disease

Steps can be taken to reduce the spread of the neurological disorder detected in deer and elk. read more >

Appeal Seeks Site Approval For Adult Novelty Store

Adam & Eve, the adult apparel and novelty store, is taking its fight to open a location in Jonesboro to the 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals. read more >

Arkansas Exporters Applaud USMCA, Trump's 'New NAFTA'

The letters USMCA may not say much to most Arkansans, but to state leaders in international trade, they spell relief. read more >

Arkansas Soybean Farmers Take Trade War Losses

Derek Haigwood said no agriculture sector has suffered more than soybeans from the current tariff trade war between the United States and China. read more >

Arkansas Community Colleges Recognize Three from ASU-MH (Movers & Shakers)

Mindy Fulcher, Roberta Heldenbrand and Lyle Crownover of Arkansas State University's Mountain Home campus have been honored by the Arkansas Community College Association in Little Rock. read more >

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