Work to Expand Arkansas 226, US 67 Speeds Toward August Finish

Work to Expand Arkansas 226, US 67 Speeds Toward August Finish

A significant section of Arkansas 226 that connects Jonesboro to U.S. 67 will open today, according to the Arkansas Highway and Transportation Department.
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Chef Shuttle, RaftUp To Experiment with Lake Delivery

Chef Shuttle, the homegrown restaurant-meal delivery service brought to us by Ryan Herget, is trying something new during the upcoming Fourth of July holiday weekend.
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Bear State Gets Default Judgment in Falcon Air Suit

Bear State obtained a default judgment against Quinn and Falcon Air when the two failed to respond to the February complaint. The debt is secured by Quinn's personal guarantee and a 1984 Dassault Falcon 200 owned by Falcon Air.
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Highway Department Closes Bridge Over Ouachita River

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