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Gearhead Chief Puts Money Where Youth Is, in Downtown Jonesboro

Gearhead Chief Puts Money Where Youth Is, in Downtown Jonesboro
Ted Herget is seeking a downtown Jonesboro renewal with walkable, bikeable areas and shopping, dining, nightlife and entertainment.

These days, Gearhead founder Ted Herget can be seen driving, biking — or sometimes riding a motorized longboard — around Jonesboro, keeping tabs on the residential complexes he has built or is developing.
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North Texas Company Recalls Nearly 4 Tons of Raw Beef Items

The U.S. Department of Agriculture says the recall involves PFP Enterprises, operating as Texas Meat Packers of Fort Worth.
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Hillcrest's Helmich Auto Could Be Site for Restaurant

Doug Martin, owner of the property on Kavanaugh Boulevard, says restaurateur Daniel Bryant, assisted by Little Rock architect Tommy Jameson, has plans for the property.
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