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Kyle Massey

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Kyle Massey, who was born in Conway and raised in Newport, has been at Arkansas Business since February 2016. He began his journalism career as a sports writer at the Log Cabin Democrat in Conway before moving on as an editor for the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and the Charlotte Observer. For 17 years, he served in editing roles at the New York Times in Manhattan. He and his wife, Kerry Prichard, have four grown children.

Last 10 Articles & Blog Posts

Arkansas Condo Developers Find Feet in Niche Market This article is available only in print.

Jimmy Moses believes condos will always be “a little bit different product,” but are now an important anchor in a vibrant downtown offering more dining, shopping and entertainment options. read more >

A Journalist Cries Out In Denver, by Way of Little Rock

Chuck Plunkett, the Denver Post's editorial page editor, defied his bosses at Alden Global Capital with a piece headlined “News Matters — Colo. Should Demand the Newspaper It Deserves.” read more >

UA, Fayetteville Declare Support for Wind Catcher Project

The University of Arkansas and the city where it's based, Fayetteville, have both rallied behind a $4.5 billion Oklahoma wind energy project that has been under fire from what its supporters call a deceptive TV advertising campaign. read more >

John Bethel Retiring as PSC Executive Director; Rate Expert Leaving, Too

John Bethel is retiring from the state Public Service Commission after 18 years as executive director. One of the commission's top experts on rate issues, Matthew Klucher, is also departing in an unrelated move. read more >

Heide Harrell to Lead Communications, Marketing at Rose Law Firm

Veteran Little Rock public relations professional Heide Harrell, who left the Stone Ward agency downtown at the end of last year, has joined The Rose Law Firm as a key cog in the firm's plans to grow its business. read more >

Prospect of Solar Power Rises in Ashley County

Ashley County sees a big ball of energy up in the sky, and it is looking to a Kansas company to possibly harness the sun's power. read more >

River Rock, Entegrity Build Renewable Features Into Daily Work

Arkansas builders are incorporating solar energy into everyday projects, from residences to commercial businesses to schools to prisons. read more >

Trump's Tariffs: Steel Builders Weigh In

President Donald Trump's trade skirmish with China may pose a billion-dollar threat to Arkansas' economy, or may be just a blip, a negotiating tactic. read more >

Thoughts on Sinclair, After Working for John Robert Starr

No, local news folks shouldn't be pledging their bosses' allegiance to Trump in the media wars. But they are at financial gunpoint. read more >

Solar Leads Way as Net Metering Has Record Year

More than 350 Arkansans added on-site generation systems in 2017, raising the state's number of net-metering customers from 633 to 988, a 56 percent increase. read more >