On trend, UCA tuition, fees to go up

Posted: May 31, 2014 at 5:37 a.m.

CONWAY -- The cost of a college degree is getting more expensive in Arkansas.

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ArcBest set to expand, add jobs in Fort Smith

Judy McReynolds, CEO of ArcBest Corporation, from left, Grant Tennille, director of Arkansas Economic Development Comission, and Tim Allen, president of the Fort Smith Chamber of Commerce, during a press conference for an expansion plan for ArcBest Corporation Friday, May 30, 2014 at the Forth Smith Convention Center in Fort Smith. The company announced a land purchase agreement for a new corporate facility creating hundreds of jobs through 2021. Groundbreaking for the new property will take place in the fall.

FORT SMITH -- ArcBest Corp. is spending $30 million to build a new corporate headquarters and add 975 jobs to ... Read »

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