The City of Arkadelphia issued building permits with an estimated construction value of $158,850 for the month of February.
With the West on the brink of a major conflict with Russia in light of its aggression toward Ukraine and threats toward NATO’s intervention, the economic effects will soon be felt around the world. In Arkadelphia, those effects had yet to be felt within the first 24 hours of Russia’s attacks on Ukraine.
Dubbed Project “Innovex,” the prospective industry is among others on the agenda, the details of which are left to the imagination. Innovex joins the list of two other projects the 15-member EDCCC board will have to talk about.
This year’s edition features stories from community members and local guides for real estate, shopping, city services, colleges, parks and recreation and dining.
Tiger Mart and Donut Palace’s hub location on the adjacent lot will halt business operations on Tuesday, Feb. 1. Randy Dixon, who has operated Tiger Mart the past 15 years, said the store will be rebuilt on the vacant lot west of the current location, between Robey and 10th streets.
Brayden Sanders purchased Ozark Cleaners from his father in 2018 and continued a tradition that assures all local kids have a warm, clean coat. This year, Sanders said, Ozark has taken in “hundreds” of coats to be dry-cleaned and donated to a charitable cause.
After seeing a need for mental health services in Southwest Arkansas, Delight native Donna Morgan opened the doors to Arkadelphia Counseling and Therapy to offer another avenue to treat those suffering depression or battling addiction.
By Saybra ScottArkadelphia Alliance The Arkadelphia Regional Economic Development Alliance and EDCCC has taken big steps this year to best prepare the supersite for potential clients. Tours have been given to view the supersite […]
The restaurant was under O’Keefe’s ownership for more than 35 years. He was profiled in the 2021 Arkadelphia Life magazine and relocation guide.
Called “Project Cupcake” because of a non-disclosure agreement between the company and economic developers, the company has narrowed its search to three locations, one being the old Danfoss property in the Clark County Industrial Park in Gum Springs. The other two locations are out of state.