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Michael Vass, owner of Fresh Right Now Farms, explains how he grows onions hydroponically at Moss Mountain Farm in Pulaski County.

PHOTO BY Staton Breidenthal
Michael Vass, owner of Fresh Right Now Farms, explains how he grows onions hydroponically at Moss Mountain Farm in Pulaski County.

premiumState growers give hops a try

With a growing local brewery scene, and an emphasis on using local ingredients, some farmers are trying their hand at growing hops. Though hops grow best in climates along the 47th parallel, like Oregon or Wisconsin, Arkansas growers are getting creative. Michael Vass of Fresh Right Now Farms decide...

State growers give hops a try

With a growing local brewery scene, and an emphasis on using local ingredients, some farmers are trying their hand at growing hops.

Ferris wheel adorns Branson's main drag

BRANSON -- A 15-story Ferris wheel that until recently called Chicago home now is towering over Branson's main drag, just in time for tourism season.

Oil firms team up to lower expenses

The biggest oil-industry downturn in a generation has companies collaborating in ways they never thought possible.

News in brief

Tomatoes struggling with fungal disease Heavy rainfall in the spring promoted the spread of a fungal disease in central Arkansas' tomato crops.

Video sharing latest venture for Facebook

Skyy John owes much of his early Internet fame to YouTube, where he's amassed nearly 3 million subscribers to his cocktail tutorial channel, Tipsy Bartender.

U.S. regulators take notice as banks rake in overdraft fees

The country's largest banks have increased the amount they collect from customers in overdraft fees, according to new government data, just as regulators are considering whether to issue rules that would rein in their use.

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