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South Arkansas business incorporation by county for the week ended Tuesday, January 16, 2018, according to the Arkansas Secretary of State.

Columbia

Bobby Hall Realty LLC, Samuel Hall, 1703 Monzingo, Magnolia filed 1/10/18.

Gypsy Caravan, LLC, Blair Alexandra Thomas, 2505 Fox Run, Magnolia filed 1/12/18.

Kenny Barker Insurance Agency, Inc., Kenny Barker, 2812 Chaffin Lane, Magnolia filed 1/10/18.

P1 Cannabis, LLC, William Calhoun Partee Jr., 11 Columbia Road 163, Magnolia filed 1/10/18.

Ouachita

Camden Seafood Inc., Bassem Arafa, 1292 Hwy 278 W, Camden filed 1/8/18. Dvb3, LLC, Melinda Davison, 1201 Ouachita 83, Bearden filed 1/8/18.

Harmony Grove Athletic Booster Club, Mary Beth Olvey, 333 Ouachita 210, Camden filed 1/8/18.

Woodside Operating Company, LLC, Tina Barnett, 108 West Washington St., Camden filed 1/10/18.

Union

Augusta Oil, LLC, Jesse C. McWilliams, 297 Augusta Drive, El Dorado filed 1/8/18.

KT Smith Properties LLC, Kendra Smith, 1207 E. Main 155, El Dorado filed 1/11/18.

M&M Investments of Smackover LLC, Larry D. Holder CPA PA, 512 North Washington, El Dorado filed 1/11/18.

Marketmaker Ai, LLC, Edward Gluzman, 2614 Deer Crossing, El Dorado filed 1/10/18.

Moore-Peralta Properties, LLC, Kelly Bartholomew Peralta, 800 W. 5th St., El Dorado filed 1/12/18.


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Colorado Company Produces First American-Bred Certified Hemp Seed
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The variety was tested in Colorado’s northeast region, Arkansas Valley, Front Range, San Luis Valley and Western Slope to get an accurate account of how it would perform in a variety of different locations, according to the CDA. In 2016 the CDA …

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FAYETTEVILLE — Former All-SEC Arkansas running back Fred Talley was arrested by Springdale police Monday on possession of a schedule VI substance with intent to deliver and other charges.

Talley, 37, was booked into the Washington County Jail at 10:34 p.m. Monday. He was released on a $3,500 bond at 4:29 p.m. Tuesday and was given a Feb. 12 date in Washington County Circuit Court.

Talley also faces charges of possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia and tampering with physical evidence.

Also arrested was Ashley Rogers, 32, whose listed address of 216 Windsor Ave. in Lowell is the same address as that listed for Talley.

According to the Springdale Police Department arrest report, police arrived at Room 112 of the WoodSprings Suites at 4397 Dixie Industrial Drive on Monday morning and advised Talley and Rogers, who were in the room, that it was being secured for a drug search warrant due to the strong odor of marijuana coming from the room.

Talley was arrested at that time, according to the report, due to an outstanding misdemeanor warrant from the Farmington Police Department for failure to appear. He was booked into the Washington County Jail at 10:47 a.m. He was released at 12:06 p.m. on Monday and later returned to the hotel.

The report states Rogers was advised that all mobile devices would be covered by the search warrant and that Rogers wiped all the data from her phone before giving it to a detective.

After executing the warrant, the police search of Room 112, per the report, turned up 2.3 grams of marijuana, one digital scale with methamphetamine residue, three cellphones, a baggie with marijuana residue, a pill bottle containing one 10 mg of Diazepam with no label on the bottle and a colorful rubber container.

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In the race to develop a successful, viable hemp industry, Colorado is now home to the first U.S.-bred hemp seed to qualify as Association of Official Seed Certifying Agencies certified seed. “This is an exciting time for the industrial hemp industry. It seems breeding, technology, and information advances are happening at the speed of light; this is a giant step for American hemp farmers,” said Duane Sinning, CDA’s Division of Plant Industry assistant director.

New West Genetics, Ft. Collins, Colorado, submitted a variety trademarked as NWG-ELITE. The variety is the first U.S.-bred hemp seed to pass the Colorado Department of Agriculture’s hemp trials and qualify as AOSCA certified seed. According to their website, “NWG uses genomic technology and data-driven discovery to create large-scale, harvestable cannabis, greatly enhancing the sustainability of the industry and paving the way for large-scale product development….The large scale production of cannabis that we enable serves our mission of improving patient access and affordability and increasing options for farmers looking for rotational crops that offer a better return than other commodity crops.”

In 2016, the Colorado Department of Agriculture launched the first certified hemp seed program in the country to grow hemp across Colorado’s diverse growing conditions to discover which seeds would grow crops that fall within industrial hemp THC requirements. CDA Approved Certified Seed provides growers with the confidence they expect in seed quality. The program tests industrial hemp requirements set by Amendment 64 in the Colorado constitution, which closely mirrors the federal farm bill. Colorado state law requires that industrial hemp tests at or below 0.3 percent THC concentration on a dry weight basis. All varieties tested were accepted by the Colorado Seed Growers Association’s Variety Review Board and these varieties passed the

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Baxter Bulletin

Two apply for marijuana stores in Mountain Home
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Applications to operate medical marijuana businesses include plans for two dispensaries in Mountain Home and one in Flippin, a document from the Arkansas Department of Finance and Administration reveals. The DFA on Jan. 11 released a nine-page document …

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Baxter Bulletin

Two apply for marijuana stores in Mountain Home
Baxter Bulletin
Applications to operate medical marijuana businesses include plans for two dispensaries in Mountain Home and one in Flippin, a document from the Arkansas Department of Finance and Administration reveals. The DFA on Jan. 11 released a nine-page document …

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