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First Waterfowler Hall of Fame Class Inducted

First Waterfowler Hall of Fame Class Inducted

The inaugural Waterfowler Hall of Fame class of seven conservationists and duck hunting legends was inducted Thursday at the Statehouse Convention Center in Little Rock.
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At Crystal Bridges, A New Role for Frank Lloyd Wright Home That Survived Sandy

A Frank Lloyd Wright house that was flooded by Superstorm Sandy in New Jersey is high and dry in Arkansas. And it's getting thousands of visitors as part of the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art.
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New Flights Between Northwest Arkansas, DC To Start in April

The Northwest Arkansas Regional Airport (XNA) announced Friday that American Airlines will offer a new nonstop jet service between northwest Arkansas and Washington, D.C. starting April 5.
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Arkansas School for Math, Science & Arts Gets $300K Grant

The Arkansas School for Mathematics, Sciences & the Arts in Hot Springs gets a $300,000 grant from the Oaklawn Foundation for construction of a $4.5 million, 20,000-SF Creativity and Innovation Complex. read more >

Ron Pierce, Founder of Bass Cat Boats, Dies at 81

Ron Pierce, the founder of Bass Cat Boats and a former member of the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission, has died after battling a long illness. He was 81. read more >

Arkansas Arts Center Picks Studio Gang to Design Expansion, Renovation

The Arkansas Arts Center in Little Rock selects Studio Gang of Chicago and New York as the design architect for a $46 million museum expansion and renovation. read more >

Arkansas Grown Announces Local Conversations Events

The Arkansas Grown Program announced Monday that four free regional Local Conversations events, which aim to connect local farmers and producers with grocery store managers, chefs, restaurateurs and other consumers, are scheduled for January-February in Arkansas. read more >

Tally of Largest Commercial Building Projects in Arkansas Hits $2.4 Billion

The dollar total of largest commercial construction projects in Arkansas registered nearly $2.3 billion this year. The tally reflected a 1.2 percent decline from more than $2.4 billion in 2015. read more >

Tax Credits Help Little Rock Company Raise $1.25M for Movies

Gary Newton hopes "Antiquities," which filmed primarily in North Little Rock, will be the first in a string of movies to come out of the startup film production company he created with Graham Gordy and Daniel Campbell. read more >

Delta Regional Authority, Governor Announce $26M in Investments

The Delta Regional Authority, Gov. Asa Hutchinson and their federal and local partners announced Monday nearly $26 million in new investments that will create or retain an estimated 650 jobs. read more >

13 Arkansas Sites Considered for National Register

Officials will consider whether to nominate 13 properties in Arkansas for the National Register of Historic Places. read more >

US Court Blocks Overtime Expansion Pay Rule for 4M

A federal court on Tuesday blocked implementation of a rule imposed by President Barack Obama's administration that would have made an estimated 4 million more higher-earning workers across the country eligible for overtime pay starting Dec. 1. read more >

Heathcott Hopes CJRW Selected as Lottery's First Pick

The battle for an Arkansas Scholarship Lottery marketing contract worth more than $5 million a year is down to three Little Rock advertising finalists. read more >

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