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Arkansas Farmers Cope With COVID-19

Arkansas Farmers Cope With COVID-19
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Arkansas agriculture producers expected to see a nice recovery in 2020 after a bruising trade war with China, but the COVID-19 pandemic has tested the agricultural business model.


Gallery: Arkansas Made

Gallery: Arkansas Made

Banking & FinanceHealth CareLegalRestaurants & FoodTechnology & TelecomTransportation

From steel to toilet tissue, chainsaws to snack foods, Arkansas delivers the goods. read more >

Hutchinson, a Flawed Site and Defining Exploitation

Hutchinson, a Flawed Site and Defining Exploitation

OuttakesHealth CareLegalTechnology & Telecom

Gov. Hutchinson puzzled techies and Luddites alike by making a federal case out of what seemed to be a good Samaritan's report that the Arkansas Pandemic Unemployment Assistance website was inadvertently revealing applicants' Social Security and banking numbers. read more >

The Golden Rule (Gwen Moritz Editor's Note)

The Golden Rule (Gwen Moritz Editor's Note)

OpinionHealth CareEditor's Note

The viral photos of holiday weekend revelry — from Houston to Lake of the Ozarks to Daytona Beach — underscored one thing for me: A lot of Americans are spoiled and selfish. read more >

Conway Dispensary Wins ‘Harvest' Name in Court Action

Conway Dispensary Wins ‘Harvest' Name in Court Action

Health CareLegal

That bold signage on the yellow walls of Little Rock's most popular medical marijuana store is likely to be changing soon: The name of Harvest House of Cannabis on Rodney Parham Road has been judged too similar to the name of Conway's dispensary. read more >

Nate Smith to Leave Arkansas for CDC Post

Nate Smith to Leave Arkansas for CDC Post

Health Care

Arkansas Secretary of Health Dr. Nathaniel Smith has been hired by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta to serve as deputy director for public health service and implementation science. read more >

Finance Crisis at Arkansas Colleges Hits the Layoff Stage

Finance Crisis at Arkansas Colleges Hits the Layoff Stage

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With Arkansas' public colleges in historic financial distress, University of Arkansas at Little Rock Chancellor Christina Drale prescribed a bitter remedy this month — cuts deep enough to cost tenured professors their jobs — and state education leaders fear other state universities may have to take a dose. read more >

Force Majeure in Arkansas (Commentary)

Force Majeure in Arkansas (Commentary)

OpinionHealth CareLegal

Most contracts have a “force majeure” clause, in which the parties agree to waive some or all responsibilities in light of unexpected activity constricting a party's operations. Parties should understand their rights and responsibilities under their contracts as they consider how to respond to the evolving COVID-19 situation. read more >

NYIT at ASU Celebrates 1st Graduating Class

NYIT at ASU Celebrates 1st Graduating Class

Health Care

The New York Institute of Technology College of Osteopathic Medicine at Arkansas State University bid farewell to its first graduating class on Thursday, with a virtual commencement ceremony. read more >