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Staying in Searcy Fits Youthful Tastes

Staying in Searcy Fits Youthful Tastes

Harding students are not only deciding to stay in Searcy after graduating, the millennials are also following the movement of buying and eating locally, which has helped new restaurants.
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City of Fayetteville Seeks Director of Economic Vitality

The city of Fayetteville is advertising its newly created position of director of economic vitality, a position that was approved by the city council earlier this year.
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Venture Center's 2017 FinTech Accelerator Nets 295 Applicants

The Venture Center of Little Rock says 295 entrepreneur and startup teams have applied for its 2017 FinTech Accelerator, twice the number that applied for the inaugural program held last year.
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Contentious Grocery Store Wine Bill Headed to House

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'Bathroom Bill' Could Upend Arkansas Session (Andrew DeMillo Analysis)

The plan has spurred warnings from Hutchinson, as well as tourism and business groups, that such a measure isn't needed and could subject the state to the widespread backlash and boycotts North Carolina faced over its bathroom law. read more >

Biggest Deals in Arkansas Rise 11 Percent in 2016

Both the value and the volume of mergers and acquisitions in Arkansas rose last year, with the value increasing 11 percent to $9.8 billion and the volume rising 10 percent to 92. read more >

Searcy Upgrades Infrastructure for Chance at New 'Power Center' for Shopping

Public, private and public-private developments representing tens of millions of dollars in construction are in motion in Searcy. Three projects highlighting each category alone tally more than $42 million. read more >

Transgender Bathroom Bill Draws Criticism

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US Consumer Prices Post Biggest Rise in Nearly 4 Years

U.S. consumer prices rose in January at the fastest pace in nearly four years, strengthening the case for the Federal Reserve to raise interest rates this year. read more >

House Panel Rejects Effort to Collect Online Taxes

An effort to collect sales taxes in Arkansas from online retailers has failed before a House committee, days after Amazon announced it would begin collecting taxes on purchases in the state. read more >

Former Wrestling Exec Linda McMahon Confirmed to Lead SBA

The Senate has confirmed former wrestling entertainment executive Linda McMahon to lead the Small Business Administration. read more >

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