Scott Sudduth with the Arkansas Hospitality Association passes out information to Jennifer Midgett (right) of Goin' Postal in Walnut Ridge and Viola Meadows, president of the Clover Bend Historic Preservation Board, during a Welcome to Arkansas workshop hosted by the Lawrence County Chamber of Commerce last week at Williams Baptist College.
TD Photo ~ Gretchen Hunt
Approximately 50 people attended a Welcome to Arkansas Workshop on Wednesday of last week presented by Scott Sudduth with the Arkansas Hospitality Association.
hosted by Chamber
New company shows
While the prolonged courtship of Integrated Renewable Resources (IRR) by the Northeast Arkansas Regional Intermodal Facilities Authority (NEARIFA) for the Hoxie site remains on the back burner, work continues on the other sites and continues to move forward.
interest in Hoxie site
Imboden native flourishing in career
Imboden native Alan Belcher continues to flourish in his multifaceted career. At the young age of 27, he has already become a well-known professional martial arts fighter, instructor, consultant and motivational speaker.
Bryant announces run
Lawrence County Chamber Economic Development Director L.J. Bryant of Grubbs has announced that he will seek the seat of Arkansas State Representative for District 52.
for state representative
Blake Johnson, a Clay County farmer from Corning has filed as a Republican candidate for the Arkansas Senate District 20 race. District 20 includes Clay, Greene and Lawrence counties and parts of Randolph and Craighead counties.
bid for Senate
Filing period ends,
The filing period for the May 22 Primary Election ended Thursday with only one local race developing in the Democratic primary and no races set in the Republican primary.
races are minimal
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