Hope Young, loan assistant at the North Jackson office of Peoples Bank, is celebrating five years with the bank.
Dollar Tree, Inc., plans to hire store managers and assistant store managers during its Nationwide Management Hiring Event hosted at participating Dollar Tree and Family Dollar stores across the country on Wednesday, January 22.
Contracts for two Columbia County highway projects have been awarded, including the 5.77-mile widening of a section of U.S. 82 in Columbia County.
Cotton Creek Capital has acquired Bossier City, Louisiana-based, Landpoint, LLC and all of the company’s subsidiaries, which include King Surveyors, LLC and West Company of Midland, LLC.
Columbia County's unemployment rate for November is recorded at 3.9 percent -- down from 4.0 percent in October, according to a county-by-county report released January 3 by the Arkansas Division of Workforce Services.
Four Columbia County retailers were cited for violations in December by the Arkansas Alcoholic Beverage Control Board, all for sale of alcohol to a minor.
Arkansas hatcheries set 23.9 million broiler-type eggs during the week ending December 28, down 4 percent from the comparable week in 2018 but up slightly from the previous week.
BancorpSouth Bank has completed its previously announced merger with Texas First Bancshares, Inc., the parent company of Texas First State Bank of Waco, effective January 1.
Beginning next week, anyone with a valid Arkansas driver learner’s permit can begin using an online scheduling tool to arrange the final step toward becoming a motor vehicle licensed driver.
Owners of poultry feeding operations (PFOs) have been reminded that the annual registration for PFO’s begins January 1, 2020 in accordance with the Arkansas Poultry Feeding Operations Registration Act.
Arkansas hatcheries set 23.8 million broiler-type eggs during the week ending December 21, down 4 percent from the comparable week in 2018 and down 1 percent from the previous week.
Beginning in late December, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS) will spend several months gathering information about farm economics and production practices from farmers and ranchers across Arkansas.
Since NAFTA's implementation, Arkansas' exports to Mexico have increased by more than 700 percent compared to just 300 percent with the rest of the world.
With a spike in the solar industry, many Arkansas landowners are leasing their property to solar developers as a form of extra income. However, these specialty leases present some unique legal concerns.
Soil testing can help spot forage nutrient deficiencies that aren’t necessarily obvious to the eye, said Dirk Philipp, associate professor of animal science for the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture.
Livestock owners should take extra steps to ensure the integrity of stream buffer zones that become more vulnerable to damage in the winter, said Dirk Philipp, associate professor of animal science for the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture.
Arkansas' seasonally adjusted employment rate increased one-tenth of a percentage point, from 3.5 percent in October to 3.6 percent in November, according to a report released December 20 by the Arkansas Division of Workforce Services.
Southwest Arkansas Electric Cooperative has reached an agreement with Today's Power, Inc., to build a 1-megawatt solar array near the headquarters of the cooperative in TexARKana.
Arkansas hatcheries set 24.1 million broiler-type eggs during the week ending December 14, down 2 percent from the comparable week in 2018 but up 3 percent from the previous week.
Sharon Gathright has been elected executive vice president and chief operating officer at Peoples Bank by the Board of Directors, according to Dr. Clark Fincher, chairman.
Bank OZK has announced plans to use solar-generated electricity for its banking office in Magnolia as early as 2020.
TUPELO, MS -- BancorpSouth Bank has received regulatory approval from the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation to complete its proposed merger with Texas First Bancshares, Inc., the parent company of Texas First State Bank of Waco.
Columbia County had lottery ticket sales of $305,328.00 in November -- down from $338,453.50 in October -- according to a report released December 10 by the Arkansas Department of Finance and Administration’s Office of the Arkansas Lottery.
BancorpSouth Bank said last week that its Board of Directors has authorized a new share repurchase program to purchase up to 8 million shares of BancorpSouth's common stock.
Arkansas hatcheries set 23.3 million broiler-type eggs during the week ending December 7, down 4 percent from the comparable week in 2018 and down 1 percent from the previous week.
Construction of new spray rooms at Amfuel will speed production and raise the quality of fuel cells produced for military aircraft.
Rich Hillman of Carlisle was elected as Arkansas Farm Bureau’s new president, and Mike Freeze of Little Rock was chosen as the agriculture advocacy organization’s new vice president Friday morning.
The Arkansas Division of Environmental Quality (DEQ) has begun accepting proposal submissions for its Reduce Emissions from Diesels program (Go RED!).
Arkansas hatcheries set 23.5 million broiler-type eggs during the week ending November 30, down 5 percent from the comparable week in 2018 and down 1 percent from the previous week.
Columbia County's unemployment rate dropped to 4.0 percent in October, down from 4.2 percent in September, according to a report released this past week by the Arkansas Division of Workforce Services.