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Lee Hogan

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Lee Hogan joined Arkansas Business in 2014. In addition to his work with ArkansasBusiness.com, he writes for other ABPG publications, including Little Rock Soirée.

Hogan graduated from the University of Central Arkansas with a degree in print journalism. Before joining the Arkansas Business team, he was a reporter with the Log Cabin Democrat in Conway and also spent time as an online intern at the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette. He is on Twitter, Facebook, Google+ and LinkedIn.

Last 10 Articles & Blog Posts

Krispy Kreme Opens Thursday in Conway

Krispy Kreme Doughnuts officially opens Thursday in Conway. read more >

Martha Miller Out as Director of Department of Arkansas Heritage

Martha Miller will not continue as director of the Department of Arkansas Heritage under Gov.-elect Asa Hutchinson. read more >

Allen Kerr Named Insurance Commissioner; Sheila Sharp Retained as Community Correction Director

Gov.-elect Asa Hutchinson says outgoing state Rep. Allen Kerr will be the new insurance commissioner, and Sheila Sharp will remain as director for the Department of Community Correction. read more >

Budget Problems Force Cuts at World Services for the Blind

The World Services for the Blind of Little Rock said it laid off "approximately" 10 staff members around Nov. 25, due to what it called "budgetary constraints." read more >

IKEA is Coming to Memphis

Everyone's favorite Swedish furniture store is coming to Memphis. That's right. Pretty soon, Arkansas shoppers will only be a couple hours away from IKEA. read more >

U.S. Department of Energy Releases Draft EIS on Transmission Line

The U.S. Department of Energy has released a 3,700-page Draft Environmental Impact Statement for a $2 billion, 720-mile transmission line to pass through Arkansas. read more >

Arvest Survey: Mortgage Debt Down, Savings Up in Arkansas

Arkansans reported less mortgage debt than their neighbors in Oklahoma and Missouri, according to the latest consumer sentiment survey from Arvest Bank. read more >

Twerking, Meditation Lead Year's Top Google How-To Searches in Little Rock

Apparently, Little Rock residents were interested in learning how to meditate and how to twerk in 2014. Well, we hope you found what you were looking for, Little Rock. read more >

Plans for Osteopathic School on A-State Campus Rejected, Officials Will Try Again

An accreditation commission has rejected an application by the New York Institute of Technology College of Osteopathic Medicine to open a site at Arkansas State University in Jonesboro. Organizers say they will apply again early next year. read more >

New Rides Coming to Wild River Country in 2015

Wild River Country in Little Rock has some new rides to usher in the 2015 season and celebrate 30 years of business. read more >