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Where’s Solar When the Grid Goes Out?

Where’s Solar When the Grid Goes Out?

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As the planet warms and storms, hurricanes, floods and wildfires intensify, backup power systems are an urgent new market in renewable energy. But take a lesson from windy, fiery California: Even if you have solar panels and sunshine, your home or business could stay dark. read more >

Phillips County Looks to Sun for Future

Phillips County Looks to Sun for Future

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More than $8.5 million of new and pending utility improvement projects are underway in and around Helena-West Helena. Pieces of the infrastructure puzzle are moving into place to enhance local economic prospects as well as industrial recruitment. read more >

SEC, Labor Seek Compromise on Fiduciary Duties

SEC, Labor Seek Compromise on Fiduciary Duties

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Bill Sowell, a registered investment adviser in North Little Rock, embraces a legal obligation to put clients’ financial interests first. And he’s frustrated that the requirement doesn’t apply to everyone across the investing industry. read more >

Ministries Offer Health Care Alternative

Ministries Offer Health Care Alternative

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Christians tired of dealing with insurance companies and unwilling to pay fines for opting out of the health insurance mandate of the Affordable Care Act found a ready option in health care cost-sharing ministries. read more >

Super Chickens Reviving Big Name in Poultry

Super Chickens Reviving Big Name in Poultry

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Blake Evans, the last CEO of Peterson Farms before selling all broiler operations to Simmons Foods Inc. of Siloam Springs in 2008, has hitched the family legacy to a new partnership: a startup headed by a co-founder of the meal-order service Blue Apron. read more >

Trade War Cuts Deep in Arkansas

Trade War Cuts Deep in Arkansas

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The U.S.-China trade war is being fought in the forests and mill towns of Arkansas as tariffs take their toll on the hardwood lumber industry. So far, state lumbermen say, they’ve been able to absorb most of the losses, but a day of reckoning is coming. read more >

Trustee Alleges Fraud in Farmers’ Bankruptcy

Trustee Alleges Fraud in Farmers’ Bankruptcy

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A couple who farmed in Monroe County allegedly tried to shield assets from creditors before filing a multimillion-dollar bankruptcy, according to a lawsuit filed last month by a bankruptcy trustee. read more >