Author - Chris Price

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Arkansas Times Changing to Monthly Publication

Five days after Arkansas Money & Politics broke the news that the Arkansas Times, a weekly alternative newspaper based in Little Rock, was considering altering its production to a monthly format, the publication confirmed today via e-mail that it will transition to a glossy monthly magazine on...

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Arkansas Times Considering Change to Monthly Publication

Arkansas Times, a weekly alternative newspaper based in Little Rock, is considering altering its production to a monthly format. Publisher Alan Leveritt says no official decision had been made. “It’s way premature to say that we’re changing,” Leveritt says. “We’re talking about a lot...

Magazine October 2018

Careful Construction

By Chris Price Aesthetics and amenities have become major considerations when building, expanding health care facilities. A quick look around Arkansas shows the medical landscape is rapidly changing. Health care organizations are in increased competition for patients and their money. As a result...

Magazine October 2018

Razorback Revenue

By Chris Price Hogs land at No. 13 among Forbes’ Top 25 most valuable college football teams. The Arkansas Razorbacks may not be in the Top 25 in the Associated Press or Coaches’ polls in 2018, but they are among the most profitable football teams in the nation. In their first ranking of...

Magazine September 2018

The Bigger The Better

By Chris Price Healthcare systems are expanding to improve their offerings and chances for economic success. Health care, its costs and how it’s delivered are hot-button issues on the national stage and closer to home, here in Arkansas. The industry is in flux. Seemingly gone are the days of the...

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Signing On: Arkansas 2018 Ballot Measures

Proponents of five potential ballot measures have until July 6 to gather the 67,887 signatures needed to include their initiatives in 2018 election by Chris Price Elections in presidential mid-term years generally draw less public interest and voters to the polls, but Arkansans have a lot to...