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2015/04/17 22:19
2015/04/17 22:19
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State governments have seen tax revenues grow for a fourth consecutive year, led by rebounding sales taxes and a booming oil economy. But some budget experts worry that growth isn’t rebounding fast...
2015/04/17 22:19
2015/04/17 22:19
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2015/04/15 14:45
2015/04/15 14:45
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CANR representatives are working with Bill Haines, one of the nation's largest cranberry growers and New Jersey's largest landholder, the New Jersey Audubon Society, the Tall Timbers Research and Land...
2015/04/14 21:17
2015/04/14 21:17
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Your brand might not have a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame yet, figuratively speaking, but there’s a way to reach that objective that can save you time and create impressive exposure. That’s...
2015/04/14 07:57
2015/04/14 07:57
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Ex-Turner Grain head asks to sell assets A former principal of Turner Grain Merchandising Inc. of Brinkley has asked a federal bankruptcy judge to allow him to sell his assets in a Chapter 7...
2015/04/14 05:43
2015/04/14 05:43
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NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- Golf has been waiting a long time for Jordan Spieth. After winning the Masters, the clean-cut, 21-year old golf phenom could help rehabilitate the sport's image and get fans...
2015/04/13 18:32
2015/04/13 18:32
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Golf has been waiting a long time for Jordan Spieth. After winning the Masters, the clean-cut, 21-year old golf phenom could help rehabilitate the sport's image and get fans watching again. He'll...
2015/04/08 08:37
2015/04/08 08:37
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This week, ahead of our match against Wigan Athletic, we’re running a campaign to support Men United, the movement led by our national charity partner Prostate Cancer UK for everyone who believes men...
2015/04/07 11:50
2015/04/07 11:50
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These past few weeks we’ve seen how effective businesses can be when expressing not just their endorsement of LGBT legal equality but also their outrage when it is trampled on. These are very exciting...
2015/04/03 00:12
2015/04/03 00:12
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Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin issued a veto April 2 on a bill that would have regulated the sale of raw milk. The bill, along with the ability for the sale of the raw milk, requires herd-sharing agreements...
2015/04/02 21:42
2015/04/02 21:42
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While policymakers obsess about the income tax, they often lose sight of an important detail: For two-thirds of households, the levy that matters most is the payroll tax. According to a new report by...
2015/04/02 10:52
2015/04/02 10:52
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With the flutter of wings, the birds took flight from wooden boxes and began exploring their new Pinelands home. "Hopefully, the quail will thrive," said Haines, who provided the land for the...
2015/04/01 07:58
2015/04/01 07:58
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Simmons First National's stock had the best performance of Arkansas' largest public companies in the first quarter, gaining 11.9 percent over the past three months. Simmons shares closed Tuesday at...
2015/04/01 07:57
2015/04/01 07:57
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Electric utilities file fuel-adjusted rates A customer with Entergy Arkansas will pay 3.1 percent more for electricity this summer than last summer, the state’s largest electric utility said in its...
2015/03/31 07:57
2015/03/31 07:57
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Tyson to close plant but add Georgia jobs Tyson Foods Inc. is closing one Georgia plant while expanding another. The company said Friday that it is closing its Buena Vista, Ga., poultry plant at...
2015/03/26 03:30
2015/03/26 03:30
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On Saturday, the McDonald County Chamber of Commerce is hosting two events under one roof.The annual business expo and health fair will be at the McDonald County High School. The expo will be held...
2015/03/25 01:15
2015/03/25 01:15
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Carmen and Kiki Dikmen searched almost a year for the right chandelier. The Houston couple exhausted their local options, then made a trip to New York. They'd just moved into their home in the...
2015/03/24 07:57
2015/03/24 07:57
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... firms seek $1.6M they say Allens owes Three produce suppliers for the now-defunct Allens Inc. have asked a bankruptcy court judge to compel the vegetable company's legal advisers to pay them $1.6...
2015/03/20 01:51
2015/03/20 01:51
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Bob Williams/The Commercial Appeal files Brisk winds on March 20, 1952, the first day of Spring, were just right for flying kites. Two 4-year-old novices, Judson Brinkley (left), of 2168 Union and...
2015/04/17 22:19
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