Former Gould Police Chief Talvin Collins filed suit against the city of Gould in Jefferson County Circuit Court in mid-March, alleging breach of contract for failure to pay Collins his mutually agreed salary of $21,900 per year.
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The Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department has withdrawn 10 construction projects— including one from Chicot County — from its planned list of projects scheduled for award in April as a result of the uncertainty of federal-aid reimbursements available from the Federal Highway Trust Fund.
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – Riceland Foods of Stuttgart and the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture have reached agreement to cooperate in research aimed at commercializing technology to produce soy oil rich in conjugated linoleic acid (CLA).
KELSO – Wildlife officers with the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission arrested 29 people on Sunday after discovering a cockfighting ring in Desha County. Officers were investigating several vehicles parked near a canal on Hilburn Road just off Arkansas Highway 138 near Kelso.
LITTLE ROCK — The Arkansas Agriculture Hall of Fame will induct six individuals — two from Southeast Arkansas — whose leadership and service have brought distinction to Arkansas agriculture, the state’s largest industry.
A Sheridan man was arrested Thursday on possession of child pornography charges by agents from the Attorney General’s Office.
LITTLE ROCK — Teaching continues to remain a high-demand occupation in Arkansas. To help offset that need, three Arkansas school districts are piloting the Arkansas Teacher Cadets program, a teacher preparation program offered through the Arkansas Department of Education.
The Gill family of McGehee is the 2013 Arkansas Farm Family of the Year, announced today at the annual Farm Family Day luncheon honoring the county and district Farm Families of the Year.
The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission will be holding a public meeting at 7 p.m Tuesday at the C & L Electric Co-op Corp. meeting room in Star City.
The Lincoln County Quorum Court on Monday unanimously approved an ordinance that keeps most tax millage rates the same on real and personal property for the County General, Road and Library funds.