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Posted: May 19, 2013 at 2:24 a.m.

Store’s environmentalism recognized The Turner Bend Store in Franklin County was named the winner of the 2013 Arkansas Environmental Stewardship Award by Teresa Marks, director of the Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality. The presentation was made during a meeting of the Arkansas Pollution Control and Ecology Commission in Little Rock to store owner Brad Wimberly and his wife, Vien, who offer general merchandise and outdoor equipment on Arkansas 23 at the Mulberry River.

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McDonald’s expected to redo swollen menu

The “tribute” design of the new McDonald’s at 104 S. University Ave. in Little Rock restored the golden arches, but inside, the restaurant is full of curved lines and whimsical touches.The national chain is talking with franchisees about shrinking menus and making kitchens more efficient.

The Angus burger is going away, and it’s not the only McDonald’s dish being considered for the chopping block. Read »

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Dr. Scott Cooper, a surgeon at Ozark Orthopaedics of Rogers since 1996, has been elected as a district trustee of the Arkansas Medical Society, a voluntary professional ass... Read »