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Sarah Campbell-Miller

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Sarah Campbell joined Arkansas Business in 2016. She graduated in 2011 from Arkansas State University in Jonesboro with a bachelor's degree in journalism and interned for the Jonesboro Sun. She then worked as a general assignment reporter and copyeditor for the Leader newspaper in Jacksonville. Sarah is from Gravel Ridge, which was annexed into Sherwood in 2008. She writes a monthly technology column and news for both the online and print editions.

Last 10 Articles & Blog Posts

Conway's Central Landing Finally Gets Its Liftoff This article is available only in print.

Construction project on old municipal airport land in Conway includes $70 million, 339-unit Fountaine Bleau at Central Landing. read more >

Local Leaders OK Quapaw Casino for Pine Bluff

Local leaders in Jefferson County and Pine Bluff have signed off on Downstream Development Authority, owner and operator of Downstream Casino Resort, as the area's casino operator. read more >

Bill Tracking App LobbyUp Expands to 14 States

LobbyUp, a legislative bill tracking company headquartered in Conway, completed a $750,000 expansion to 14 states on Nov. 6. It wasn't planning an Election Day stunt; the company simply missed its Nov. 1 goal by a hair. read more >

Three Pulaski County Properties Sold for $715K

Abundant Blessings/The Bridge Church Inc. has purchased three properties in north Pulaski County for $715,000 from Mid South Properties LLC, led by Minor Booth. read more >

Mission of New Program at SAU: Incubating Poultry Managers

A $100K grant and new facilities at Southern Arkansas University in Magnolia offer a workforce pipeline for a big Arkansas industry. read more >

Acxiom Corp. May Be Gone, But Workers Remain in Arkansas

Arkansas lost a public company but didn't lose jobs when Acxiom Corp. sold its largest business unit, Acxiom Marketing Solutions, for $2.3 billion to the Interpublic Group of Cos. Inc. of New York. read more >

Dillard's 3Q Profit Down 49 Percent, Stock Slides

Dillard's Inc. of Little Rock reports third-quarter net income down 49 percent, but same-store sales rose 3 percent. Still, the company missed Wall Street expectations, and its stock price fell. read more >

Governor: Reorganization Plan Includes New Inspector General Office

Gov. Asa Hutchinson touted his plan to remake state government on Wednesday, a reorganization that would include adding Arkansas' first Department of Inspector General. read more >

Six Arkansas Electric Co-Ops Stringing Broadband

Six electric cooperatives in Arkansas are bringing high-speed broadband internet access to thousands of their members and plan to offer it to all of their members within the next four to six years. read more >

Windstream Holdings Reports $41M in 3Q Net Income

For the first time since the second quarter of 2016, Windstream Holdings Inc. of Little Rock has swung from a loss to a profit. read more >