Russellville Local Business
Local business in Russellville, AR
Saturday Oct 22 | via The Courier
Union Pacific's 'Living Legend' No. 844 steam locomotive will travel more than 1,200 miles one-way to celebrate today's opening of Big River Crossing in Memphis, Tenn. Comment?
Friday Oct 14 | via The Courier
The Russellville Police Department has offered a vest and badge to members of the community interested in knowing more about how the department operates and protects the city. The eleventh annual "Behind the Badge," a citizen's police academy, invites all cultures and diversities within the Russellville community to go through gun training, patrol, arrests, emergency vehicle operations, criminal investigation and more. Comment?
Friday Oct 7 | via The Courier
Thanks to the generosity of The Sherwin-Williams Company volunteers are needed from 9 a.m. to noon on Saturday, Oct. 8, to help paint the fence on the north side of the Russellville Depot. Sherwin Williams sales representative David Free and local store manager Tom Lilley have made possible the donation of all the paint and materials needed to prep and paint the decorative iron fence that runs from North Arkansas to El Paso Avenues. Comment?
Thursday Oct 6 | via Insurance Journal West
Tyson Foods Inc., will pay $1.6 million to settle federal allegations of hiring discrimination at six plants in Arkansas, New Mexico and Texas. The agency alleged the Springdale, Arkansas-based company's hiring and selection procedures at the six plants discriminated on the basis of sex, race or ethnicity. Comment?
Wednesday Oct 5 | via Amarillo.com
Tyson Foods, Inc. has agreed to pay nearly $1.6 million to more than 5,700 job applicants whom the U.S. Department of Labor alleged were systemically discriminated against, including nearly 2,000 applicants here at the Amarillo plant. Applicants for labor positions in Amarillo and five other cities were rejected based on sex, race and/or ethnicity, according to the DOL. Comment?
Wednesday Oct 5 | via SBWire
Paul Kimbrough, Director, for Arkansas Valley Soccer Association, and Dr. Carmella Knoernschild, the River Valley's Board Certified Orthodontist and Owner of www.NoYuckBraces.com , today announced the premier partnership in Russellville. "Dr. K", a leading Orthodontist and Premier Invisalign Provider in Russellville, Arkansas, and the Arkansas Valley Soccer Association today announced a multi-year premier field sponsorship and "Official Technology Partner" for the AVSA Soccer Club. Comment?
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