Domtar Corporation will temporarily idle the A62 paper machine at its Ashdown mill for three months in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Cooper Tire & Rubber Company has announced that its tire manufacturing plants in the United States and Mexico will remain closed for at least another two weeks to protect the health and safety of employees and to respond to market demand that has been impacted by coronavirus.
The Mega Millions lottery consortium has adjusted the game’s starting Jackpot. It will determine the amounts of subsequent starting jackpots and jackpot increases on a drawing-by-drawing basis.
COVID-19 is causing uncertainty throughout the agriculture industry, and cattle producers are feeling the strain as unprecedented unemployment and consumer uncertainty have rattled the financial markets.
State Sen. Bruce Maloch of Magnolia will be one of three senators designated to approve the release of money from the COVID-19 Rainy Day Fund.
Arkansas officials asked the public Sunday to “keep the course” and to keep their distance from others, as the number of COVID-19 cases in the state rose slightly and a sixth death was tallied.
The current best guess of Arkansas health officials is that the state will have about 2,000 COVID-19 cases by the end of next week, and almost double that number by the middle of April.
Bowie County, TX Judge Bobby Howell has issued a “shelter-in-place” order effective from 11:59 p.m. Friday until Monday, April 13.
Gov. Asa Hutchinson outlined on Thursday a $116 million plan to aid Arkansas hospitals and medical personnel during the COVID-19 emergency.
Arkansans applying for Medicaid, food assistance, and other programs are encouraged to do so online or by phone rather than in-person during the public health emergency.
TEXarkana Police have arrested a man accused of creating a Facebook post that said a case of the COVID-19 virus had been confirmed at the Bowie County Jail Annex.
Arkansas government will formally order residents on Thursday not to meet in social gatherings of 10 or more people as the state seeks to slow the COVID-19 virus.
The Arkansas court system, including all appellate, circuit, and district courts, have implemented actions to halt the spread of the COVID-19 virus.
Texarkana, Texas and Texarkana, Arkansas have enacted a curfew for all citizens from 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. The only exceptions are for travel to and from work, hospital, or a pharmacy.
Specimen collection for the COVID-19 are not being conducted by the Arkansas Department of Health, but by health care providers.
Financial assistance for child care providers and bridge loans to businesses were among economic relief measures Arkansas officials announced on Wednesday.