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Government & Politics / Legal

Judge Blocks Arkansas Law That Took Away Board’s Ability to Fire State Corrections Secretary

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — An Arkansas judge on Friday blocked a new law that took away the Board of Corrections’ authority over the state corrections secretary and other top […] read more >
Government & Politics

Jamol Jones Named to Arkansas Parole Board

Jones replaces Jerry Riley on the board. His term expires Jan. 14, 2030. read more >
Joe Profiri
Government & Politics / Legal

Sanders Picks Arizonan Joe Profiri to Lead State Prison System

Profiri would replace Solomon Graves, who was appointed to the role by Gov. Asa Hutchinson in 2020. read more >
Education / Government & Politics

UA Little Rock Gets $453K to Study State Prison System

The Arkansas Department of Corrections awards the University of Arkansas at Little Rock a four-year contract worth more than $453,000 to study and assess the state's prison culture and climate. read more >
Energy / Government & Politics

Entegrity, State Applaud Prison Efficiency Savings as Part of Hutchinson’s Plan

Entegrity of Little Rock and top state officials are trumpeting big solar energy savings for the state’s prison system, further projects for the Arkansas Department of Corrections and a victory in Gov. Asa Hutchinson’s crusade for streamlining government operations and costs. read more >
Legal

Wendy Kelley, Head of Arkansas Prisons, to Retire

The head of Arkansas' prison system said Monday she's retiring at the end of July after more than 2,300 inmates have been infected with the coronavirus. read more >
Replacing 15,000 light fixtures with LED technology was part of Entegrity’s energy efficiency work at Hendrix College in Conway, including these lights at the Wellness and Athletics Center.
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River Rock, Entegrity Build Renewable Features Into Daily Work

Arkansas builders are incorporating solar energy into everyday projects, from residences to commercial businesses to schools to prisons. read more >
German visitors study Malvern's economy.

Malvern Mainstays Welcome Diversity

New enterprises join traditional industries to boost city’s economy. read more >