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Lawmakers Say Hot Springs Leasing Program Can Work Across U.S.

Lawmakers Say Hot Springs Leasing Program Can Work Across U.S.
The Hale Bathhouse on Bathhouse Row in Hot Springs National Park.

The testimony from a recent House Committee on Natural Resources oversight hearing shows Hot Springs National Park's historic leasing program works and can be implemented elsewhere, two members of the committee said.
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Arkansas Casino Legalization Measure Votes Will Be Counted

The Arkansas Supreme Court ruled Thursday that votes cast in November on a proposed casino legalization ballot initiative should be counted, dismissing two lawsuits which sought to block the count because of claims the wording is misleading and ambiguous in several areas.
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'Family-friendly' Moonshine Distillery Preps for Spa City Opening

If all goes has planned, Charles D. Bradley Jr. will be selling moonshine legally in Hot Springs by March 1.
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AETN to Cover High School Football, Basketball Championships

The Arkansas Educational Television Network, focusing on more local content under Executive Director Courtney Pledger, announced this morning that it will be kicking off high school football championship coverage in the state this fall. read more >

Roadblock Removed to Widening Kanis This article is available only in print.

Right of way property previously tied up by the 2016 bankruptcy of John Q. Hammons in Springfield, Missouri, has exited court. read more >

Landlord Wants Gusano's Pizzeria Out This article is available only in print.

The landlord of Gusano's Chicago Style Pizzeria in Little Rock's River Market says it needs some dough, and we're not talking of the pizza variety. read more >

Hotel Hale Making Headway; Hot Springs Gaining Another Distillery This article is available only in print.

Hot Springs Mayor Pat McCabe says his work on the transformation of the old Hale Bathhouse into the Hotel Hale is “progressing nicely” and he and his wife, Ellen, hope to have it open by the end of the year. read more >

Hot Springs So Real You Feel Virtual Steam

A two-part production, “Hot Springs: The Experience of a Lifetime" is the centerpiece of Arkansas' first VR tourism campaign. read more >

5 Tips for an Effective Email (Sarah Clements Expert Advice)

Because email has become so popular, it is important to get the most out of your message. Follow these five tips to help construct an effective message. read more >

Lieven Bertels Takes The Momentary Leap of Creating

In August 2017, Lieven Bertels was named director of the Momentary, a new contemporary arts venue by Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art that is set to open in 2020. read more >

C.R. Crawford Construction Sues Tulsa Hotelier

Contractor C.R. Crawford Construction LLC of Fayetteville has sued a Tulsa hotelier in Washington County Circuit Court for terminating a $7 million contract. read more >

The New Influentials: 20 In Their 20s Seem to Get Younger Every Year

These “20 in Their 20s” have risen to our attention through nominations, generally by employers who are mighty proud to have been able to attract such promising talent. When you read about them, you are going to understand why. read more >

It's All About that Bass Fishing in Arkansas

Arkansas loves bass fishing, and bass fishermen — “anglers” when they're using a rod and a reel — love Arkansas right back. read more >

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