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Fast facts Five Oaks brings supporters, industry, students together at open houseProgram is product of private/public partnership HUMPHREY — It’s “everything I could imagine … more
NORTH LITTLE ROCK – On October 1, 2021, the Division of Environmental Quality (DEQ) began accepting applications for the Clean Fuels Funding Assistance Program (Clean Fuels program). The … more
LITTLE ROCK – The Arkansas Department of Agriculture’s Forestry Division and the Arkansas Rural and Volunteer Firefighters Association (ARVFA) hosted the 2021 Rural Fire Show on October 2 … more
WASHINGTON — As part of the Administration’s efforts to address food systems challenges arising from the pandemic as well as those going back decades, United States Department of … more
Fast Facts: Grant funding will be used to establish low-impact parking lots in Mountain Home and SearcyApproach is designed to mitigate stormwater runoffProjects to be maintained by Master … more
Fast facts Guardian llama protects flock of sheep at research farmAttributes of guardian llamas include longevity, diet, fiber and threat deterrenceMadder Akka’s name comes from Sami tribe … more
Fast facts: Arkansas animal science department honors four with Awards of DistinctionGunsaulis, Beck both have connections to Division of Agriculture FAYETTEVILLE — Benton County … more
LITTLE ROCK – With harvest underway, the Arkansas Department of Agriculture reminds our partners in agriculture and conservation of the importance of safe prescribed burning techniques as a … more
Sweet potatoes are not very sweet when they are initially harvested, Shaun Francis, Extension horticulture specialist for the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff, said. Farmers should cure their … more
HOT SPRINGS. – An Anderson, Indiana man was sentenced yesterday to 108 months on each count (to run concurrently) in federal prison followed by five years of supervised release on one count of … more
Two people were killed in a two-vehicle crash that happened Friday morning in Boone County, according to Arkansas State Police. Another person was injured.The crash happened at 6:21 a.m. on US 62-65 … more
WASHINGTON — Veterans Affairs Secretary Denis McDonough said Oct. 5 the department will embark on designing a new integrated access and care coordination model to better deliver seamless … more
LITTLE ROCK – Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge today stood with local law enforcement and leaders from cities and counties throughout the State to announce the signed Arkansas Opioids … more
LITTLE ROCK -- The Arkansas Historic Preservation Program (AHPP) will be conducting public meetings to discuss the State Preservation Plan. The agency is tasked with reviewing the plan and making … more
RUSSELLVILLE — Visitors to Alum Cove, Bayou Bluff, and Haw Creek Falls recreation areas on the Big Piney Ranger District on the Ozark-St. Francis National Forests will soon see proposed … more
FAYETTEVILLE — A former executive with a Rogers medical supply and billing company pleaded guilty today to one count of conspiracy to commit mail fraud, wire fraud, health care fraud, fraud to … more
A new report from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) shows that COVID-19 vaccinations may have helped prevent roughly 4,200 new COVID-19 infections and 600 deaths among seniors in … more
WASHINGTON — The Department of Veterans Affairs expanded the Veterans Legacy Memorial site October 2021 to include individual pages for nearly 500,000 Veterans interred in 93 state, territorial … more
LITTLE ROCK — Treasurer of State Dennis Milligan officially reopened the Treasury suite in the State Capitol on Monday, following a historical restoration effort to return the office to its … more
FLIPPIN – Vexus® Boats, a popular fishing boat manufacturer, today announced that it will add 30 percent more square footage to its manufacturing operation in Flippin, Ark. (Marion County), … more
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