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Arkansas Cotton Gins Working Overtime

“For the second consecutive year, Arkansas’ “ginning season” may go into extra innings.” advises Mary Hightower in her recent report on CottonGrower.com. Typically, gins finish their work by late December. “Last year, the ginning season extended into March in some areas,” said Scott Stiles, Extension economist for the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture, …

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Arkansas High-school Cybersecurity Curriculum

According to edscoop.com, The Arkansas Department of Education announced a new cybersecurity education initiative last week which aims to help better prepare the state’s high school students for careers in cybersecurity. The free cybersecurity curriculum and course pathway — being developed in partnership with the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, the University of Central …

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