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OPINION | REX NELSON: Big doings in De Queen

Jay Bunyard is one of Arkansas' leading broadcasters. He owns 17 radio stations across the state and syndicates statewide programs. Bunyard has always called De Queen home. I receive an invitation from Bunyard each year to speak to the De Queen Rotary Club. I had to cancel last year's trip due to the pandemic. My travels resumed in late April once my entire family was fully vaccinated and haven't let up since. Those travels included the Rotary Club talk in De Queen, which is near the Oklahoma border in southwest Arkansas.
DE QUEEN, AR
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Gulf International Bank UK Ltd Sells 282 Shares of Tyson Foods, Inc. (NYSE:TSN)

Gulf International Bank UK Ltd reduced its stake in shares of Tyson Foods, Inc. (NYSE:TSN) by 9.1% in the 2nd quarter, according to the company in its most recent filing with the Securities & Exchange Commission. The fund owned 2,815 shares of the company’s stock after selling 282 shares during the period. Gulf International Bank UK Ltd’s holdings in Tyson Foods were worth $207,000 at the end of the most recent quarter.
FINANCIAL REPORTS
Arkansas Online

Pamela Kay Beavers

Pamela Kay Beavers, 66, of Dover, passed away Wednesday, September 15, 2021 at Mercy Hospital in Fort Smith. The daughter of Harold and Treva Nell Reynolds Holmes, she was born October 7, 1954 in Pine Bluff. She married David Earl Beavers, on March 3, 1971 at North Little Rock. She was retired from Tyson Foods and later worked as a substitute teacher until her second retirement in 2014. Pamela will be remembered as a devoted wife, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother. She enjoyed homemaking, crocheting, fishing, spending time with family. Her children and grandchildren were the light of her life.
DOVER, AR
morningagclips.com

USPOULTRY recognizes Tyson Foods with Clean Water Awards

TUCKER, Ga. — The U.S. Poultry & Egg Association (USPOULTRY) has awarded the 2021 Clean Water Award to Tyson Foods in Nashville, Arkansas, and Tyson Foods in Berryville, Arkansas. The award is presented annually to poultry facilities that go above and beyond in their commitment to sustainable wastewater treatment and water reuse. The winners were chosen by a committee of industry engineers, university personnel and industry media. An announcement of the recognition of the Clean Water Award recipients was made during USPOULTRY’s Environmental Management Seminar.
BERRYVILLE, AR
thenationalnews.com

New alternative meat brand ADM plans entry into crowded US market

US supermarkets can expect another plant-based meat competitor to squeeze on to shelves crowded by the likes of Beyond Meat, Impossible Foods and Tyson Foods brands. Archer Daniels Midland Company plans to launch its first plant-based US portfolio through the PlantPlus Foods joint venture with Brazilian beef producer Marfrig Global Foods in the first quarter, according to Global Foods head Leticia Goncalves of ADM’s nutrition unit.
GROCERY & SUPERMAKET
Wilkes Journal Patriot

Car driver seriously hurt in collision with bus

The collision of a Wilkes County school bus and a 1998 Toyota Corolla Thursday afternoon in Roaring River left the driver of the car seriously injured and resulted in two students on the bus being transported to Wilkes Medical Center for observation. The wreck occurred in a curve on Red,...
WILKES COUNTY, NC
allaboutarizonanews.com

If You Have Purchased Chicken in the Past 10 Years, You May Be Owed Money

If you’ve bought chicken in the past decade, you may be owed money. As part of a class action settlement for $181 million dollars, consumers may be eligible to receive cash back due to a scheme among some poultry companies. BC News Chicago reported that prosecutors in the Broiler Chicken...
ECONOMY
shoredailynews.com

Tyson participates in Relay for Life

Tyson Foods’ Temperanceville, Virginia facility participated in the Nandua Relay For Life event this past weekend. This year’s event was themed Carnival For A Cure, and volunteers and participants took part in a day filled with themed laps, games and trivia. Tyson team members were joined by the Tyson chicken...
chathamstartribune.com

Tyson eyes October groundbreaking

DANVILLE, Va. — The Danville-Pittsylvania Regional Industrial Facility Authority (RIFA) met Monday, Sept. 13 to approve the ratification of a Tyson Foods processing plant. The board met at noon to discuss No. 2021-09-13-5A, a consideration of resolution. Danville Director of Economic Development Corrie Teague Bobe mentioned the above ratification and...
DANVILLE, VA
fiorreports.com

$ 181 million settlement reached; Buyers who have bought chicken in the past decade could be eligible for cash

You may be eligible for cash if you have bought chicken in the past 10 years. Another class action settlement has just been achieved $ 181 nationalAt. Prosecutors in the Broiler Chicken Antitrust Lawsuit alleged that a handful of chicken processors violated federal and state antitrust laws by teaming up to stabilize the price and supply of chicken.
ECONOMY
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Tyson Chicken Lawsuit Are You Eligible to this claim?

This article discusses a recent lawsuit filed against a major food manufacturing firm and the legality of filing an action. Read on Tyson Chicken Lawsuit. Are you a frequent buyer of products made from chicken? If so, have consumed chicken in the time period between 2009 and 2020? If yes, then you’re likely to be eligible for an amount that is substantial from a settlement for class actions.
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Courier News

Obituary: Pamela Beavers

Pamela Kay Beavers, age 66, of Dover, passed away Wednesday, Sept. 15, 2021 at Mercy Hospital in Fort Smith. The daughter of Harold and Treva Nell Reynolds Holmes, she was born Oct. 7, 1954, in Pine Bluff. She married David Earl Beavers, on March 3, 1971, at North Little Rock.
DOVER, AR
Globe Gazette

'Crispitos,' other student lunch faves missing on trays this year

Students this year may be disappointed to see their favorite food items will no longer on their trays. Widespread “nutrition outages” are affecting school cafeterias. Sarah Mariner, food service supervisor for Mason City schools, said labor shortages are affecting suppliers and the nutrition outages are a result. “They don’t have...
MASON CITY, IA
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