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Booneville bank awarded $2.1M from Files, wife

Booneville bank awarded $2.1M from Files, wife

A circuit judge has filed a judgment against state Sen. Jake Files and his wife for more than $2.1 million for defaulting on loans for which they pledged their home, his business office and another house as collateral.
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Springdale alien granted bail

A 22-year-old Springdale woman detained since July after reporting domestic violence expects to leave an immigration jail today, w...

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