New Frontier For Boomers: Aging in Place This article is available only in print.

New Frontier For Boomers: Aging in Place

As they have since they first started coming into it, baby boomers are having an outsized effect on the world, including the world of design, particularly residential architecture design.
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PSC Sets New Efficiency Targets For Investor-Owned Power Utilities

PSC Sets New Efficiency Targets For Investor-Owned Power Utilities

The Arkansas Public Service Commission has set new energy efficiency goals for the state's electric utilities, ordering a savings target of 1.2 percent of baseline energy sales from 2020 through 2022.
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'American Greed', Arkansas DFA Show Interest in John Rogers

'American Greed', Arkansas DFA Show Interest in John Rogers This article is available only in print.

Members of the “American Greed” team recently visited North Little Rock to film locations and conduct interviews as part of an episode focusing on John Rogers.
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The List Most Profitable Nursing Homes

The 150 Most Profitable Nursing Homes in Arkansas, ranked by net income for fiscal year ended June 30, 2017. The list includes facility, city, net income, number of beds, net income per bed, occupancy rate, return on revenue, percentage change in revenue from 2016 to 2017, daily Medicaid reimbursement and percentage utilized by Medicaid.

Rank Name City Beds
1 Good Samaritan Society-Mountain Home Mountain Home 70
2 Briarwood Nursing & Rehabilitation Center Inc. Little Rock 120
3 The Maples at Har-Ber Meadows Springdale 140
4 Nursing & Rehabilitation Center at Good Shepherd LLC Little Rock 120
5 The Crossing at Riverside Health & Rehabilitation Searcy 138

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Attorney Raymon B. Harvey on Questions to Ask Before Your Senior Years

Little Rock lawyer Raymon B. Harvey, who specializes in elder law, emphasizes planning in considering the needs of an aging population.