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FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. - Nearly everyone is familiar with the polytetrafluoroethylene , otherwise known as Teflon, the brand name used by the chemical company DuPont.
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The Applied Sustainability Center at the Walton College of Business at the University of Arkansas has selected eight Arkansas cities to participate in its Sustainable Energy Scorecards and Education for Municipalities program.
Walmart has opened a new small-format store on the campus of Arizona State University as part of a pilot program.
Here, at the Fayetteville Library, we want to salute our local authors by offering a venue to express their words to the public.
The farmers themselves might have reason for concern themselves. Check out this Mother Jones article on the unexplained fecal foam that develops in manure pits and has caused explosions.
Bill Halter may or may not win the Democratic nomination to be the next governor of Arkansas, but the central idea in his campaign should be a subject for major debate in the 2014 gubernatorial election.
The Walton family effort to redesign publicly financed schools in their image - they prefer essentially privatized operations unanswerable to elected school boards and stripped of teacher association representation, preferably with "out-counseling" of difficult students to the remnant real public schools - is familiar by now in Arkansas.
The University of Arkansas Board of Trustees is meeting this week to vote on tuition increases at its campuses across the state.
Fleming Network Services of Bryant again tops this year's list of largest IT consulting firms.
Stephen Tipton has been promoted to senior vice president and credit risk management director of Centennial Bank and its parent company, Home BancShares Inc., in Conway.
Last week I mentioned the former editor of the Nashville Business Journal , who gave me my first business writing job and turned me into a banking reporter.
Their bags aren't packed yet, but Pryor Center employees are getting ready to set up shop in the mostly vacant building on the east side of the square.
Are you interested in health, nutrition, and being physically active? Do you want to help others be healthier? The University of Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service is now taking applications for a new Extension Wellness Ambassador Program.