Rivals team up to build CARTI center

Posted: July 6, 2014 at 2:25 a.m.

A construction worker (right) prepares a form last month at the site of the Central Arkansas Radiation Therapy Institute Cancer Center, set to open in fall 2015. Work at the site is being managed by Colliers International and Flake & Kelley Commercial.

At the center of property management at Arkansas' largest construction project is an unlikely paring: two longtime competitors.

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Organic farmer says work is hard, fulfilling

Mark Cain (left) co-owner of Dripping Springs Garden, harvests onions with intern Grace Hockenbeck to sell at the Fayetteville Farmers Market.

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Designer hog sees, hears better

Several piglets respond to calls from Rose Konold, co-owner of Mason Creek Farm near Fayetteville. Konold helped found the Boston Mountain Breeders Association, which recently filed for a trademark with the U.S. Department of Agriculture for a breed of pigs she helped develop.

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