Mark Raddle has returned to his old Texaco station location at the corner of Sixth Avenue and Linden Street.
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Rosalind M. Mouser of Pine Bluff has joined Simmons First National Bank as senior vice president and deputy general counsel. She will manage litigation for Simmons in all of its markets in Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri and Tennessee.
Editor’s Note: “The Economic Development Side” originally appears in the Pine Bluff Regional Chamber of Commerce’s weekly member e-newsletter. It is written by Rhonda Dishner, the Economic Development Alliance’s executive assistant.
Simmons First National Bank has announced the following promotions and new hires in the areas of wealth development and private banking:
Simmons First National Corp. announced Tuesday that its wholly owned subsidiary, Simmons First National Bank, has entered into agreements with the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. that terminate the bank’s loss share agreements with the FDIC.
There were 286 more homes sold in Arkansas in July than there were in July 2014 and home sales in Jefferson County also showed an increase, according to the Arkansas Realtors Association.
Simmons First National Bank announces a promotion and a new hire.
The Great American Beer Festival Competition in Denver will have seven Arkansas and five Oklahoma breweries in competition with about 1,550 others across the nation Sept. 23-26.
Fall greens — mustard, turnips and collards — can be a profitable alternative for small farmers once they identify markets and have dependable labor available, said Henry English, director, Small Farm Program at the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff.
Many farmers do some kind of deep tillage periodically, especially in the fall, said Henry English, head of the Small Farm Program at the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff. Farmers should consider using conservation EQIP matching funds to partially finance their deep tillage operations, he said.