In a research note issued Thursday, financial advisory and research firm Stephens Inc. has downgraded Bob Evans Farms Inc.’s stock to “equal-weight” from “overweight” based on a difficult sales environment and rising pork costs.
It follows Wednesday’s fiscal ... FULL ARTICLE AT Business Journal of Milwaukee
A driver and passenger died Wednesday after a minivan ran off the road and hit a tree in Pope County, authorities said.
It happened about 3:10 p.m. as 75-year-old Dover resident Ronald V. Schreiber was driving a 2001 ... FULL ARTICLE AT Arkansas Online
Grocers and hardware stores in Little Rock were doing big business Thursday as residents stocked up on supplies like flashlights, generators, bread and milk in advance of an expected ice storm. Jim White, manager of the downtown Fuller and Son ... FULL ARTICLE AT Arkansas Online
JONESBORO — The Arkansas State baseball team has announced its 2014 schedule that includes 31 home games.
The Red Wolves open with a nine-game homestand starting Feb. 14 against Miami of Ohio.
Sun Belt Conference home series will include games with ... FULL ARTICLE AT Arkansas Online
LITTLE ROCK — The Arkansas Farm Bureau has named a Mountain Home agriculture teacher as the state's Outstanding Ag Educator.
Mountain Home High School teacher Josh Baker received the award Wednesday at the opening session of the Farm Bureau's ... FULL ARTICLE AT Arkansas Online
Ice storm warnings are set to go into effect for a number of counties across Arkansas, including Little Rock and much of the central region, as the state braces for a wintry system that could knock out power and make ... FULL ARTICLE AT Arkansas Online
JONESBORO (A-State) - The Arkansas State Athletics Department announced Wednesday it will hold a noon pep rally Monday,?Dec. 16, on the steps of the Arkansas State Capitol in Little Rock to celebrate the Red Wolves' upcoming appearance in the 2014 ... FULL ARTICLE AT KTHV
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Little Rock is the capital and the largest city of the U.S. state of Arkansas. The Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) had a population of 685,488 people, according to 2009 census estimates. The MSA is in turn included in the Little Rock–North Little Rock–Pine Bluff, Arkansas Combined Statistical Area, which had a population of 862,488 in the 2009 census estimates. As of 2009, according to the US... Full Article At Wikipedia.org