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Close your eyes for a minute and try to imagine yourself back in 1980.
Commencement is a time when college graduates can’t help but think about the next chapter of their lives.
On a recent rainy afternoon in this small town just outside Glacier National Park, Lisa Beaty and Kim Hilton were preparing to sell most of their belongings before moving out of their three-bedroom, two-bathroom rental home.
The foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains have long played host to distilleries, though their grand openings weren’t always accompanied by a news release.
As the rising mortgage prices delay new home buyers from entering the housing market, low-income and working families in Arkansas and across the U.S. are also facing similar high costs in the rental space.
The University of Arkansas at Little Rock broke ground on a series of campus improvement and renovation projects that will significantly transform the face of the university for years to come during a Dec. 2 groundbreaking ceremony outside Ottenheimer Library.
After nearing falling off the economic cliff during the COVID-19 pandemic, Arkansas’ all-important tourism rebounded with record growth through the end of 2021, according to recent data from the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis.
As the countdown to Christmas begins, the state Department of Parks, Heritage and Tourism (ADPHT) is hosting a variety of events this holiday season, including the statewide Trail of Holiday Lights.
Holiday spending is expected to be healthy heading into Black Friday, but inflationary challenges could mean fewer pricey gifts, less decorations, and more celebrations closer to home.
The University of Arkansas at Little Rock has announced the largest fundraising effort in university history ahead of its 100-year anniversary in 2027. The Centennial Campaign aims to raise $250 million throughout the campaign.
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