Tagged: Cover Story

Hot Springs Village Still Turning Heads at 50

Hot Springs Village Still Turning Heads at 50

Restaurants & FoodCover Story

At 26,000 acres, Hot Springs Village is the largest gated community in North America, with a golf course, lake or hiking trail practically a stone’s throw from any spot within those gates. read more >

Game & Fish Deer Kills Draws Cammack Village Uproar

Game & Fish Deer Kills Draws Cammack Village Uproar

Cover Story

It’s an extraordinarily rare day that a deer hunt is mounted on a college campus in the middle of the state’s biggest city. But Little Rock’s Cammack Campus of the University of Arkansas isn’t a normal collegiate setting, and the men downing the deer weren’t permit-toting hunters. read more >

Arkansas Pot Firms Feud, Pass Around The Blame

Arkansas Pot Firms Feud, Pass Around The Blame

Health CareLegalCover Story

The state’s largest medical marijuana merchant says Arkansas cultivators have blackballed his business, and he’s planning to sue, alleging they cut off sales after he lobbied for the state to license more growers. read more >

Will the Sun Set on Solar's Tax Break?

Will the Sun Set on Solar's Tax Break?

Banking & FinanceTechnology & TelecomCover Story

Solar businesses fear the toll as U.S. tax credits, now 26%, are set to fall to 22% in 2021 and to 10% for commercial projects only in 2022, barring policy shifts. read more >

Convention Centers Can’t Wait for Legislative Session

Convention Centers Can’t Wait for Legislative Session

Health CareRestaurants & FoodTechnology & TelecomTransportationCover Story

Arkansas’ hospitals and other industries have urgent concerns for the Legislature to address in the regular session that will commence on Jan. 11, but a key piece of the hospitality industry has needs that are more urgent. read more >

Pandemic Lobbying: Hands Off, Masks On

Pandemic Lobbying: Hands Off, Masks On

Business ListHealth CareLegalTechnology & TelecomCover Story

The Arkansas Legislature will return to session in January but, like nearly every other part of American life, it won’t quite be a return to normalcy. read more >

Not Just Playing Around: Esports Offer a Path

Not Just Playing Around: Esports Offer a Path

Technology & TelecomCover Story

Online gaming, or esports, debuted as an extracurricular activity at some Arkansas high schools three years ago, bringing scholarship opportunities with it. And now industry experts say employers should pay attention to the tech-savvy talent evident in this new sport. read more >

At Depot, Apprentices Get Tickets to IT Jobs

At Depot, Apprentices Get Tickets to IT Jobs

Technology & TelecomTransportationCover Story

Newport’s Iron Mountain Train Depot still has its century-old ticket window, but instead of sending railroad passengers on their way, the refurbished station will soon put Arkansans on a track to better careers. read more >

Ecclesia Fallout Includes Taxpayer Lawsuit

Ecclesia Fallout Includes Taxpayer Lawsuit

LegalCover Story

Three years after its president resigned on his way to federal prison after participating in a state grant kickback scheme, Ecclesia College continues to deal with the repercussions. read more >

At Heifer, A Pivot Both Great and Small

At Heifer, A Pivot Both Great and Small

Health CareCover Story

Seventy-six years into its mission, Heifer is thinking bigger and smaller simultaneously, shepherding fewer but more inclusive projects with a slightly reduced workforce. read more >