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Searcy Sees Conservation as Smart Business (Green Initiatives | Winner, 20,000+)

by Arkansas Business Staff 12/9/2013 12:00 am

Searcy is focused on reducing its overall carbon footprint. To jump-start its efforts, the Searcy Regional Chamber of Commerce developed a special initiative called “Searcy Energy Smart” with help from a committee made up of 38 community leaders, representatives from the state energy office and the University of Arkansas.

How Crisis Communicators Rely on Social Media

by Chris Bahn 3/18/2013 12:00 am

Using a smartphone to gather information is becoming a necessity during storms. It's why Wal-Mart's Sam's Club division set up power stations at stores in the Northeast after Hurricane Sandy hit. It's why Entergy continues to tweak a social media plan it used during December's winter storm.

Proposed Big River Steel Mill Gives Community ‘Reason to Exist'

by Jan Cottingham 2/11/2013 12:00 am

It took John Correnti and Arkansas economic development officials about a year to put together the deal for a $1.1 billion “mini-mill” to be built near Osceola, a plant that would employ 525 people earning an average yearly compensation of $75,000 apiece.

Osceola Fights Entergy on Big Payments

by Arkansas Business Staff 1/21/2013 12:00 am

In December, Osceola filed a suit in Mississippi County Circuit Court seeking about $4 million in damages and some changes to the way Entergy Arkansas was billing the city.

Entergy Arkansas Closes on Malvern Power Plant Buy

by Luke Jones 11/30/2012 03:20 pm

Entergy Arkansas Inc. says it has completed the purchase of the Hot Spring Energy Facility in Malvern.

Dumas: DTEC's 'Self-Initiated Comeback' A Success (Technology Advancements (Under 20K) | Winner)

by Arkansas Business Staff 10/17/2011 12:00 am

Dumas' efforts to pull itself up and redefine its local economy after storms destroyed much of the city's business infrastructure on Feb. 24, 2007, and the loss of several businesses since, have earned it recognition as an Arkansas Business City of Distinction in the category of Technology Advancements.