Drilling Industry Waits for Bust to Clear This article is available only in print.

Drilling Industry Waits for Bust to Clear

Three years after natural gas prices plunged to their lowest point since 1998 — one-sixth the price seen in 2005 — the gas market remains depressed, drilling is dormant, and oil production is flat in the traditional crude belt of south Arkansas.
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Harrison Doctor Allows Suspended License to Expire

Harrison Doctor Allows Suspended License to Expire This article is available only in print.

James Hawk, the Harrison doctor whose medical license was suspended three times in four years, decided not to attempt to renew his license when it expired at the end of last month.
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Entergy Arkansas Plans 100-MW Solar Facility in White County

Entergy Arkansas Plans 100-MW Solar Facility in White County

Entergy Arkansas plans to build a 100-megawatt solar energy facility in White County near Searcy. The project would be the largest utility-owned solar facility in the state and the first to feature a battery for storing solar power.
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The List Women-Owned Companies

Companies that responded to Arkansas Business survey, ranked by total number of employees. Also includes number of Arkansas employees, ownership, designation, year established, description, top executives and contact information.

Rank Name City Top Executive's Name and Title
1 Welsco Inc. North Little Rock Harrison, Angela E.
2 Wilson & Associates PLLC Little Rock Wilson-Harvey, Jennifer
3 Sharp Cleaning Services Inc. Sherwood Sharp, Ashley Nicole
4 O.J.'s Service Two Inc. North Little Rock Hinson, Janet
5 Professional Land Title Co. Little Rock Long, Susan D.

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Sally Mengel of Loblobby on Keeping Cool, Avoiding Burnout

Sally Mengel, who co-owns Loblolly Creamery of Little Rock with her mother, Laura Frankenstein, says she's learned both the value of delegating and of marshmallows.