Tagged: Pat Mccabe

At HOT, High Fliers Meet High Rollers

At HOT, High Fliers Meet High Rollers

TransportationCover Story

The airport code is HOT, and these days it’s both an identifier and a description: Traffic, revenue and optimism are climbing at Hot Springs Memorial Field. read more >

EAS-y Does It (Editorial)

EAS-y Does It (Editorial)

OpinionTransportation

Is air service essential enough that taxpayers should subsidize private companies because there isn’t enough consumer demand? The cities and airports served by EAS, in Arkansas and elsewhere, don’t struggle to answer that question at all. And Congress is on their side. read more >

As Casinos Come to Arkansas, All Ships Look for Lift

As Casinos Come to Arkansas, All Ships Look for Lift

Restaurants & FoodCover Story

Jim Shamburger owns the Best Western Winner Circle Inn just across the street from Oaklawn Racing & Gaming in Hot Springs. When Oaklawn announced in mid-November its plans for a $100 million expansion on site to include a 200-room hotel, an 28,000-SF casino and a 14,000-SF events center, Shamburger couldn’t have been happier. read more >

Hotels Proliferate in Hot Springs

Hotels Proliferate in Hot Springs

The Hot Springs hotel market has been steaming along for the last few years, and the city’s convention and visitors bureau, Visit Hot Springs, expects that to continue as newcomers are drawn in by a revitalized downtown and thriving tourist attractions. read more >

From Bathhouse to Hotel, Hot Springs' Hale to Be Reborn

From Bathhouse to Hotel, Hot Springs' Hale to Be Reborn

Banking & FinanceRestaurants & Food

In the 32 years since they moved to Hot Springs, Pat and Ellen McCabe have seen the transformation of downtown Hot Springs. Now, with the couple’s repurposing of the Hale Bathhouse into a boutique hotel, they’ll be directly participating in that transformation. read more >

Financial Priorities (Gwen Moritz Editor's Note)

Financial Priorities (Gwen Moritz Editor's Note)

OpinionBanking & FinanceHealth CareTransportationEditor's Note

Poor allocation of available resources is epidemic among American households, which is not surprising since perpetuating the monthly payment mentality is a cornerstone of the American economy. read more >