A Year in Review: AMP’s Top Articles, Part I
2019 is coming to a close, and we are looking back at some of the highlights of the year. To get a sense of what impacted our readers the most, we looked at the most widely read articles for 2019.
The list is a mix of profiles, including Dr. Ali Krisht and Walter Hussman, as well as construction news and sports. This list shows the range of interests that AMP readers – a range that we are always striving to fulfill and exceed.
Read the full story here.
KARN Radio Loses License to Rush Limbaugh Show
KARN Radio has reportedly lost the license for the Rush Limbaugh Show.
KARN ran Limbaugh’s program Monday-Friday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. On Limbaugh’s website, the Little Rock station listed as carrying his show is 101.1 FM. Read the full story here.
Public Service Commission Okays SWEPCO Rate Increases
Southwestern Electric Power Co. (SWEPCO) customers will see their base electricity rates increase in 2020.
The Arkansas Public Service Commission has approved a new rate increase of approximately $8.43 per month for every 1,000 kilowatt-hours used. The rate increase is expected to generate $23.9 million in non-fuel base rates. Read the full story here.
CHI St. Vincent Names Chief Medical Officer for Little Rock Infirmary
Gerry Jones, M.D., has been named the Chief Medical Officer for CHI St. Vincent Infirmary in Little Rock.
A cardiothoracic surgeon by training, Jones has served as vice president for medical affairs for CHI St. Vincent in central Arkansas since January 2019. Read the full story here.
A New Year for the Razorbacks: Top Five Hogs Predictions for 2020
As we take a step forward to 2020 and a new decade, Hog fans are eagerly anticipating what lies ahead. Or they’re just glad the 2019 football season is over, and Chad Morris is no longer the UA football coach.
Whatever the case, 2020 is a new beginning. Here are five predictions for the Hogs’ New Year. Read the full story here.