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First Security Moves Forward Against Lauren James Following Foreclosure Sale This article is available only in print.

First Security Moves Forward Against Lauren James Following Foreclosure Sale
Lauren and Lance Stokes of Lauren James Enterprises Inc. stand inside the company's warehouse in Fayetteville.

Now that the foreclosure sale of Lauren James' merchandise is over, First Security Bank of Searcy wants to move forward and have a judgment placed against the women's clothing company and its owners for defaulting on a loan.
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CJRW, Waymack & Crew Hit Award Jackpot for Lottery Spots

CJRW and its neighbors and frequent partners across Main Street, the video production team at Waymack & Crew, brought home some shiny trinkets last month at the Hermes Creative Awards and Telly Awards.
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Historic Makeover En Route to Iconic Arlington Hotel

The new owners of the Arlington Resort Hotel & Spa have been working on the Hot Springs landmark and say exciting details are upcoming.
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