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Concerns of faculty at Henderson State still unresolved after meeting

Henderson State University's board of trustees met privately Friday for more than an hour on personnel matters but said it took no action.

2 hopefuls in race for 3-county judge post

A district judge and a corporate lawyer are vying for the Division 1 judge's seat in the 20th Judicial Circuit.

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Arkansas town's bid to lift speed-trap sanctions denied: Still can't write tickets

A prosecutor said Wednesday that he would not lift speed-trap sanctions against the small town of Damascus, in part because of what he called the level of past abuse of police power.

Faculty's no-confidence measure passes

Henderson’s board urged to make administrative changes

Tenured faculty members at Henderson State University have approved a no-confidence measure in the Arkadelphia college's president and three of its vice presidents after a $3.2 million budget deficit led to layoffs and other cuts.

Henderson State University faculty's no-confidence measure passes; president, 3 VPs called 'unfit for leadership'

Tenured faculty members at Henderson State University have approved a no-confidence measure in the Arkadelphia college's president and three of its vice presidents after a $3.2 million budget deficit led to layoffs and other cuts.

Henderson State layoffs, cuts spur faculty to vote

Tenured faculty members at the financially struggling Henderson State University are voting online on a no-confidence measure aimed at the Arkadelphia-based school's president and three vice presidents.

Facing $3.2M deficit amid declining enrollment, Arkansas university cuts budget

Faced with a $3.2 million deficit amid declining enrollment, Henderson State University has begun making staff and other cuts in hopes of balancing its budget in the next fiscal year.

UAMS’ cancer institute chief resigning

The director of the Winthrop P. Rockefeller Cancer Institute at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences is resigning, effective July 31.

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UAMS' cancer institute chief resigning

Not asked to go, hospital says; physician speaks of unspecified ‘challenges’

The director of the Winthrop P. Rockefeller Cancer Institute at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences is resigning, effective July 31.

Damascus seeks OK for road patrols

Town asks for relief from sanctions after it was labeled a speed trap last May

CONWAY -- Damascus will agree to more auditing measures if a prosecutor will grant it relief from traffic-patrol sanctions ordered almost a year ago, the city's attorney said Wednesday.