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Former Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson drops ’24 GOP presidential bid

Asa Hutchinson, Arkansas’ former governor, suspended his campaign for president on Tuesday — a day after finishing sixth in the Iowa Republican caucuses. Hutchinson, who began his long-shot campaign right after leaving the Governor’s Mansion at the start of last year, struggled to gain a foothold with voters, but he received some national attention for…

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Governor Sanders declares May 4 as National Day of Prayer

WHEREAS:  Public prayer is a long-standing and significant tradition of American history. Since the first gatherings of our Founding Fathers, elected officials in the United States have set aside moments of prayer to seek God’s wisdom in their decision-making;   WHEREAS:  In 1952, Congress and President Truman established The National Day of Prayer as an annual observance…

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Asa Hutchinson appoints Mountain Home residents to oversight boards before leaving office

Former Governor Asa Hutchinson made several last minute appoints last Friday for various government positions before his departure from office. Several of these appoints included local residents here in Baxter County. Mountain Home's Debra Schulte was appointed to the Arkansas State Board of Nursing. Travis Dover, another Mountain Home native, received a reappointment to…

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Arkansas, Louisiana and Oklahoma Hydrogen Partnership encouraged to apply for regional clean Hydrogen Hubs program

Today, Govs. Asa Hutchinson of Arkansas, John Bel Edwards of Louisiana and J. Kevin Stitt of Oklahoma announced that the United States Department of Energy (DOE) has encouraged the HALO Hydrogen Hub to submit a Full Application for the Regional Clean Hydrogen Hubs Program, allocated through the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA). The three…

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Arkansas Governor’s food desert working group release report and recommendations

The Governor’s Food Desert Working Group released its report and recommendations Friday morning, at Little Rock Union Station, to elected officials, community leaders, potential funders, and interested citizens. Co-Chair and Arkansas Hunger Relief Alliance CEO Kathy Webb detailed the problem, noting that 62 of the 75 counties in Arkansas have areas considered food deserts. Those…

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Office of Computer Science announces new initiative for middle school students & teachers

The Arkansas Department of Education (ADE) Office of Computer Science is pleased to announce a new program, “Read, Code, Create” for middle school students and teachers across the state. This program was developed collaboratively with CSforAR, R.I.S.E. Arkansas, AR STEM, and G.U.I.D.E for Life. Each 6th-grade building is sending a teacher to the provided training…

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