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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

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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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