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Haag Brown Buys 10 NEA Clinics for $14M
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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.
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Bradbury Family Foundation Gives $300K For Free Enterprise Scholarships

Arkansas State University announces a $300,000 gift from the Bradbury Family Foundation of Little Rock that will fund merit-based scholarships to six students each year who enroll in the new Bradbury Free Enterprise Scholars Program.
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Chris Masingill Responds to Trump Budget, Which Would End DRA

Delta Regional Authority Federal Co-Chairman Chris Masingill is responding today to President Donald Trump's budget plan, which cuts or eliminates funding for a range of agencies and organizations. Among them, the DRA, which would be eliminated entirely.
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Arkansas Unemployment Rate Through the Years

The Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, which researches a number of economic issues, is the source for the accompanying chart, which tracks Arkansas' unemployment rate from Jan. 1, 1976, through Dec. 1, 2016, when it stood at 3.9 percent. read more >

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Meet five leaders in business and education who are influencing their industries, their communities and the future of Arkansas. read more >

Arkansas House Panel Advances Campus Gun Bill

A bill that would allow people with a concealed carry license to carry their firearms at Arkansas colleges, some bars and many state buildings if they undergo additional training has advanced out of a House committee. read more >

Nominate by Friday for Arkansas Business 40 Under 40

Arkansas Business is seeking nominations for its 40 Under 40 program, which recognizes 40 professionals under the age of 40 who excel in their profession and are leaving their mark on the Arkansas business and nonprofit community. read more >

Barbara Ross-Lee: Arkansas Can Support 3 Medical Schools

Arkansas "absolutely, positively" needs doctors and can sustain three medical schools, Dr. Barbara Ross-Lee tells the Little Rock Rotary Club. read more >

Ritter Grain Operations in Marked Tree Sold to Poinsett Rice & Grain

Ritter Agribusiness of Marked Tree is exiting the grain services business, having sold its grain operations in Marked Tree and with plans to shut down a small operation in Craighead County at the end of the month. read more >

Louis Dreyfus Co. Opens Truck-To-Barge Facility in West Memphis

Louis Dreyfus Co. LLC opens a truck-to-barge facility on the west side of the Mississippi River levee in West Memphis. read more >

Socialism, $3-An-Acre Land And Teaching Farm Wives How To Brush Their Teeth

Though it lasted only a decade, the Dyess Colony gave hundreds of rural Arkansas families hope during the darkest days of the Depression. read more >

White River Medical Center Promotes Two (Movers & Shakers)

Doyle Cockrill has been appointed to director of surgical services, the cardiac catheterization lab and the cardiac observation unit and Samantha Tate has been promoted to medical surgical nursing director at White River Medical Center in Batesville. read more >

Johnny Cash's Footsteps Lead Tourists Back in Time to Dyess

The legacy of American musician Johnny Cash attracts history buffs and music fans from dozens of countries and every state to his boyhood home in the Historic Dyess Colony, the largest agricultural resettlement of the Depression-era New Deal. read more >

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