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Clark County farmer's market likely to open in 2012

A group of Clark County residents are working to establish a farmers and artisans market in Arkadelphia that would attract customers looking for locally grown produce and handmade items.... “Each class chooses a project, and the idea for a farmers market in...

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New bank branch first in the state to go green

This morning's Southern Bancorp grand opening is not just another bank opening, it is the first "green" bank to open in the state. The Hernando Branch of Southern Bancorp has applied for and expects to receive a full LEED certification later this year.

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Southern Bancorp opens first "green" branch

Southern Bancorp will officially open the doors to its 46th bank branch tomorrow in Hernando. The grand opening ceremony will be held on site at the new branch on 970 Byhalia Road. The Hernando Branch will become the first green bank branch in the state of Mississippi...

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Progress made for Sunflower River Weir

The Delta Bridge Project in Coahoma County is funding construction of the weir on the Sunflower River. The purpose of this project is to elevate the average level of the Sunflower River through public areas to make it a tourist, recreation and economic development...

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Southern hosts area blood drive

Blood donors will have several chances to give blood in the coming weeks. On Thursday, July 14, Southern Bancorp will host a Red Cross blood drive in the bank's training room at 601 Main St. To make an appointment visit and enter sponsor code:...

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Beebe Appoints New Member to Education Board

Joe Black of Newport has been selected to serve a seven year term on the Arkansas Board of Education. Monday will be the first day on the job for Black when the Arkansas Board of Education meets in Little Rock. Black was appointed to the nine-member Education Board by...

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