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Small Banks Find Niche in Arkansas While Facing Unique Challenges

Bank consolidation nationally is continuing on a similar pace to recent years, but it has been a slower year in Arkansas, especially for the smallest banks.
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Tyson Foods Awards $171K in Grants to Nonprofit

Tyson Foods Inc. of Springdale announced Thursday three grants totaling $171,500 to OneEgg, a nonprofit organization headquartered in Cordova, Tennessee, that delivers eggs to children in need.
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Delta Regional Authority Invests $2M in 12 Projects

The Delta Regional Authority will invest $2 million to provide safe and sanitary sewer and water service to rural families, increase economic development opportunities, enhance workforce training and development and improve healthcare.
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