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Business professionals meet and greet

Business professionals meet and greet

BATESVILLE, AR - Area professionals are invited to First Baptist Church annex, 610 E. Main, every 1st and 3rd Thursday for a professionals and business luncheon. The luncheon lasts from noon-12:45 p.m., with lunch provided and a 10 minute program.

Grant program provides transition from addiction to long-term recovery in the community

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) -- Arkansas is one of 30 states selected for a publicly funded grant for a recovery program to help residents transition from addiction to long-term recovery.

It affects hundreds of thousands of Arkansans every year and can impact the lives of everyone around them.

Addiction can be a life-long battle. But a special program is aiming to help those in drug treatment - reintegrate into communities, like yours.

270,000 Arkansans had a diagnosable substance abuse disorder last year, but fewer than 6 percent were able to access the treatment and recovery support services they needed. Thanks to Access to Recovery, though, now they can.

"It's a great opportunity for somebody who is struggling, who may have been self-medicating and now needs that opportunity to straighten their life back up," says Former Arkansas National Guard Captain Tanya Phillips.

Chamber welcomes new bank president

Chamber welcomes new bank president

BATESVILLE, AR - Join us January 20 for a "Business After Hours" to introduce Kevin Rose, Liberty Bank Batesville's location new community bank president. The event will be held at Liberty Bank from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.

Need a job? Chamber is hiring

Need a job? Chamber is hiring

BATESVILLE, AR - The Finance and Communications Coordinator is  responsible for effectively representing the Chamber through walk-in visits from members and the general public, contact via phone, and correspondence via email.  Also, this position is responsible for general administrative tasks.

Details and applications are available online at http://www.mybatesville.org/294.php.

Today's THV at 6:30 p.m.: 'It Can Wait' campaign aims to stop texting while driving

AT&T is hoping to reach millions of people with a powerful anti-texting message.

Thursday on Today's THV at 6:30 p.m., AT&T's Ronnie Dedman explains the company's "It Can Wait" campaign, and tells THV's Dawn Scott why it is so important for teens to see the 10-minute documentary.

PRESS RELEASE

Dallas- "Where u at." Those three words made up the last text message Mariah West read before her car crashed into a bridge, ending her life.

AT&T recently announced the release of a powerful new documentary featuring stories from individuals, including Mariah's parents, whose lives have been altered by texting while driving.

High pressure keeps cold, dry conditions in Ark.

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) -- High pressure will remain firmly in place as it positions itself over the forecast area Thursday.

Cold, dry conditions will persist, but northerly winds will be a little more subdued compared to previous days as they generally hang between 3-8 mph.

Despite some high clouds streaming east southeast over the CWA skies will remain sunny throughout the day.

At the moment, the hard freeze warning for the tier of counties/parishes along and just north of the Interstate 20 corridor will be allowed to run it course and expire at noon today as highs there will be just above freezing by that time.

However, the hard freeze warning for the remainder of my northern zones will continue through Friday morning. High temperatures overall this afternoon will range from around 30 north to the lower 40s south.

Business of the Year field is wide open

Business of the Year field is wide open

BATESVILLE, AR - The Chamber of Commerce is still accepting nominations for Business of the Year. The fields are in the category of "New," "Small," or "Large" businesses. There is also a category for Volunteer of the Year.

Candidates must be Chamber members in good standing and display a thoughtful and innovative approach to business. Nomination forms are available at www.mybatesville.org.