He, his tiny eatery find a home in region partial to steak
The hot day at the 2011 Bradley County Pink Tomato Festival in Warren didn't start with much promise for Chaiporn "Paul" Phurisri and his Tiny Thai Trailer.
HOT SPRINGS -- The irony surrounding the subjects of back-to-back presentations couldn't have been lost on some 200 truckers and trucking company executives Thursday during the second day of the Arkansas Trucking Association's annual meeting.
MAGNOLIA -- Since Brandon Foshee lost his sight 15 years ago while in college, little has changed to help the blind find their way in a world built for the sighted. He's trying to do something about it.
Eatery chain once had 52 sites; El Dorado has only survivor
When it comes to the history of Arkansas-based fast food, Linda McGoogan is king of the grill, owner of the last Minute Man standing.
Murphy Oil Corp. reported a profit of $168.2 million, or 96 cents per share, for the first quarter of 2018, the El Dorado company said Wednesday.
MAGNOLIA — This city in Columbia County and one of its most storied employers just can’t quit each other.
The state's ban on dicamba remains in effect, the attorney general's office said Friday in an effort to clarify who, if anyone, can apply the herbicide and where.
Two members of the state Plant Board who were instrumental in this summer's ban on the in-crop use of dicamba said Tuesday that they won't be reappointed by Gov. Asa Hutchinson to new two-year terms.
Eighty-five census tracts across 49 Arkansas counties have been identified by Gov. Asa Hutchinson as possible “opportunity zones” where investors in those areas can have their taxes on capital gains deferred or even eliminated.
Farms fade, church buys Warren site
A farmers cooperative in Bradley County is in the final steps of being dissolved, just three months shy of its 70th birthday.