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Wednesday, Nov. 13, 2013

Stories from Thursday, December 16, 2010

AG growth to create 48 new jobs (12/16/10)
ART set for second phase
Discussion gets heated at city budget meeting (12/16/10)
A 2 1/2-hour meeting filled with heated discussions was not enough for the Blytheville City Council's Finance Committee to finalize the proposed 2011 budgets for Blytheville Waterworks and Wastewater, Wednesday afternoon. The committee will meet again at 2:30 p.m. today to finish working on the two departments' proposed budgets...
ANC trustees accept project bid (12/16/10)
The members of the Board of Trustees of Arkansas Northeastern College accepted a bid of $3,859,369 from Construction Network Inc. to construct the college's new Allied Health Building. The board also approved the appropriation of an additional $429,525 because the board had previously set the cap amount at $3.7 million...
Gosnell puts liens on property (12/16/10)
GOSNELL -- Public hearings were held at Gosnell City Hall Tuesday night to announce tax liens being placed on a number of properties. Each property listed was cleaned up by the city as a result of owner neglect, and the liens placed on each property are proportionate to the amount of work done. Liens ranged widely in amount, covering the city's expenses for everything from mowing vacant lots to clearing out burned buildings...
Stay comfy, save money with these winter weather tips (12/16/10)
With cold weather sweeping across the South, Entergy Arkansas is reminding customers that taking just a few simple steps can help keep winter's cold outside where it belongs, while helping keep energy costs more manageable. The company's "Simple Steps" program offers conservation and lifestyle tips, as well as bill-management ideas for winter that help customers stay comfortable and control energy costs more effectively...
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