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1031 Exchanges News ItemsDear Monty: The impact of the new tax bill on real estate - Arkansas News4/3/2018 10:44:51 AM
Arkansas News Dear Monty: The impact of the new tax bill on real estate Arkansas News The like-kind 1031 exchange has been retained for real property, but repealed for personal property, such as art, heavy equipment, or other none real estate assets. What does the future hold with these changes? What the new tax law (see it here http ... and more »
Jerry Jones' Grandson Signs With Arkansas - CBS DFW2/7/2018 6:32:28 PM
CBS DFW Jerry Jones' Grandson Signs With Arkansas CBS DFW The younger Jones led the Scots to consecutive Class 5A Texas state championships. Jerry Jones was a lineman on the 1964 Arkansas team that went 11-0 and finished No. 2 in The Associated Press rankings with a 10-7 win over Nebraska in the Cotton Bowl ... Stephen Jones believes with strong offseason, Cowboys have 'opportunity to compete for a Super Bowl' Dallas News all 121 news articles »
Arkansas Panel Backs Ban of Controversial Herbicide Dicamba - NBCNews.com11/9/2017 11:12:10 AM
NBCNews.com Arkansas Panel Backs Ban of Controversial Herbicide Dicamba NBCNews.com ... and special reports. The news and stories that matter, delivered weekday mornings. SUBSCRIBE. by Taboola by Taboola. SPONSORED STORIES. BestCompany · Best & Worst California Home Solar Companies, Finally Ranked.BestCompany. Undo. Yahoo Search ... and more »
Speed limit increases may be coming to Arkansas roadways - THV 1110/30/2017 9:06:23 PM
THV 11 Speed limit increases may be coming to Arkansas roadways THV 11 Depending on what comes out of the public comment period, Interstates 430 and 630 could see a 5 mile-per-hour increase to 65 miles-per-hour. "For all intents and purposes, the study is basically recommending raising the interstate speed limit to 75 in ... and more »
Golf tournament scheduled to benefit Arkansas children - THV 119/9/2017 5:09:37 PM
THV 11 Golf tournament scheduled to benefit Arkansas children THV 11 NORTH LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) -- Monday, September 18 the North Little Rock Lions Club hosts its annual four player scramble. It's called the most valuable tournament because of all it does for kids, beginning with saving their vision. Proceeds allow ... and more »
Groups Prepare to Challenge Tough New Arkansas Abortion Laws - NBCNews.com7/12/2017 6:52:43 AM
NBCNews.com Groups Prepare to Challenge Tough New Arkansas Abortion Laws NBCNews.com And while organizations tracking abortion restrictions, such as the Guttmacher Institute, have seen states try to enact legislation like the ban on dilation and evacuation, some of Arkansas ' latest restrictions "are pretty unusual," Nash said. H.B ... In Arkansas, Women Will Need Permission From Men To Get Abortions HuffPost all 19 news articles »
Ten Commandments Monument Destroyed at Arkansas State Capitol Within 24 Hours - NBCNews.com6/28/2017 1:47:07 PM
NBCNews.com Ten Commandments Monument Destroyed at Arkansas State Capitol Within 24 Hours NBCNews.com A man rammed his car into and destroyed a newly-installed monument to the Ten Commandments outside of Arkansas ' State Capitol — less than 24 hours after it was unveiled by politicians. Michael Reed, 32, allegedly shouted "Freedom!" after the collision ... and more »
Conservation Easements News ItemsCartels, cars, politics, a wall? Ocelots' threats multiply - Bend Bulletin4/8/2018 3:08:33 AM
Bend Bulletin Cartels, cars, politics, a wall? Ocelots' threats multiply Bend Bulletin Tamaulipan thornscrub, their preferred habitat, once proliferated across the region when ocelots roamed as far north as Louisiana and Arkansas . But after decades of clearing for agriculture and urban development, the brush makes up less than 1 percent ...
25 Years of Protecting Wetlands, Critical Agricultural Lands - USDA.gov (press release) (blog)2/2/2018 2:19:13 PM
USDA.gov (press release) (blog) 25 Years of Protecting Wetlands, Critical Agricultural Lands USDA.gov (press release) (blog) Landowners in the Delta region of Louisiana, Mississippi and Arkansas converted marginal croplands into wetlands using conservation easements , netting a number of benefits, including the full recovery of the once endangered Louisiana black bear. Since ...
2 states' river feud clearing up - Cherokee Phoenix1/5/2018 10:48:16 AM
Cherokee Phoenix 2 states' river feud clearing up Cherokee Phoenix Several Arkansas counties in the region are subject to stricter regulation because of the dispute with Oklahoma. In those areas, collectively called the Nutrient Surplus Area, the amount of phosphorus that farmers can apply to land is limited and ...
Landowners in Deep South Protect 700000 Acres of Wetlands with USDA Help - USDA.gov (press release) (blog)10/27/2017 4:28:28 PM
USDA.gov (press release) (blog) Landowners in Deep South Protect 700000 Acres of Wetlands with USDA Help USDA.gov (press release) (blog) NRCS and landowners celebrate their success with restoring 700,000 acres of wetlands in Arkansas , Mississippi, and Louisiana. Photo courtesy of the Mississippi River Trust. Conservation easements enable landowners to receive cost-share payments for ...
Succession Planning News ItemsLaw: John M. O'Connor, Daniel R. Ketchum II, Keith A. Wilkes, Jon M. Payne, Gregory P. Reilly, GW "Bill" Newton ... - Tulsa World3/25/2018 1:06:49 AM
Tulsa World Law: John M. O'Connor, Daniel R. Ketchum II, Keith A. Wilkes, Jon M. Payne, Gregory P. Reilly, GW "Bill" Newton ... Tulsa World Hall Estill, a regional Southwestern law firm headquartered in Tulsa, with offices in Oklahoma City, Denver and Northwest Arkansas , announces that John M. O'Connor, Daniel R. Ketchum II, Keith A. Wilkes, Jon M. Payne and Gregory P. Reilly will join the ... and more »
Arkansas Lawmakers OK Dicamba Ban - AgWeb1/19/2018 11:34:58 AM
AgWeb Arkansas Lawmakers OK Dicamba Ban AgWeb LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — Arkansas lawmakers have approved banning a herbicide that farmers say has drifted onto crops where it wasn't applied and caused damage, but the prohibition still faces a legal challenge from a maker of the weed killer. The ... and more »
Arkansas Legislative Panel Backs Dicamba Ban - AgWeb1/17/2018 9:48:24 AM
AgWeb Arkansas Legislative Panel Backs Dicamba Ban AgWeb LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) - Arkansas lawmakers recommended regulators move forward Tuesday with efforts to ban an herbicide that farmers in several states say has drifted onto their crops and caused damage, advancing the prohibition despite a lawsuit by a ... and more »
More States Restricting Dicamba As Monsanto Swings At Arkansas - AgWeb11/21/2017 2:11:58 PM
AgWeb More States Restricting Dicamba As Monsanto Swings At Arkansas AgWeb As 2017 begins to wind down and farmers are purchasing their products for 2018, Monsanto has its sights on 2018, trying to stop a possible dicamba ban. Earlier this month, the Arkansas State Plant Board voted for an in-season ban of the herbicide from ... and more »
Arkansas Maps Out Alleged Dicamba Misuse Complaints - AgWeb6/19/2017 5:02:05 PM
AgWeb Arkansas Maps Out Alleged Dicamba Misuse Complaints AgWeb On June 20, the Arkansas Agriculture Department's State Plant board will decide if the state will adopt an emergency rule restricting the use of dicamba, as complaints of alleged misuse continue to pile up. A total of 97 complaints across 14 Arkansas ... and more »
Tax Credits and Deductions News ItemsLetters - NWAOnline4/19/2018 3:45:00 AM
NWAOnline Letters NWAOnline Moreover, the input to wind energy is free and adequate in Northwest Arkansas , Oklahoma, and the Texas panhandle, and with the sensible state support through extended and sustained tax breaks and other incentives, all energy consumers in the region ...
Teachers and tax cuts - Arkansas Times4/4/2018 5:13:25 PM
Arkansas Times Teachers and tax cuts Arkansas Times In a year of odd phenomena, none is odder than this: Across the nation's midsection, schoolteachers are suddenly fed up with their government's treatment of education and educators, and Republican governors and legislatures are capitulating right and ...
Oklahoma, Kentucky teachers rally as movement grows - Arkansas Online4/2/2018 6:13:45 PM
Arkansas Online Oklahoma, Kentucky teachers rally as movement grows Arkansas Online Two separate bills pending in the Legislature to expand tribal gambling and eliminate the income tax deduction for capital gains could generate more than $100 million in additional funding each year. "I think the Republican strategy is to wait the ... and more »