Sarah Campbell-Miller, Arkansas Business

Sarah Campbell-Miller

Arkansas Business

Little Rock, AR, United States

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Recent articles by Sarah:

Virus Diaries: Sales Are Down But Optimism Blooms at Tipton & Hurst

Tipton & Hurst hasn't allowed in-store shoppers at any of its five locations for nearly three weeks, but the 134-year-old florist hasn't withered away. → Read More

State Gets PPE, Hand Sanitizer from L'Oreal

The state got its first shipment of hospital personal protective equipment that was not from the national stockpile, and it could get 30 days worth of PPE as soon as next week, UAMS Chancellor Cam Patterson says. → Read More

Virus Diaries: Arkansas Urology Aims to Take Pressure Off Health Care System

Arkansas Urology has sent about 40% of its 300 employees home to work and taken several steps to protect patients and help prevent the state's health care system from becoming overwhelmed. → Read More

Resisting Calls for Stay-At-Home Orders, Governor Says Targeted Approach is Working

Gov. Asa Hutchinson says Arkansas' targeted response to the COVID-19 pandemic is working, addressing concerns about the state being the only one in the South that hasn't issued a stay-at-home order. → Read More

State Partners with Walmart, Quest Diagnostics on Drive-Thru Testing

Gov. Asa Hutchinson announces a partnership with Walmart Inc. of Bentonville and Quest Diagnostics of Secaucus, New Jersey, to install a drive-thru COVID-19 testing facility in Bentonville. → Read More

Delta Dental to Offer $7M In COVID-19 Financial Assistance

Delta Dental of Arkansas and the Delta Dental of Arkansas Foundation are providing financial assistance to dental clinics and nonprofits that are helping communities during the COVID-19 outbreak. → Read More

Asa Hutchinson: Nearly 300 Companies Seek Quick Action Loans

Gov. Asa Hutchinson expects $3 million in state loans related to the COVID-19 outbreak to be distributed to Arkansas businesses early next week. → Read More

UA ASBTDC, NWA Council Partner to Help Organizations Affected by COVID-19

The University of Arkansas Small Business and Technology Development Center and the Northwest Arkansas Council are partnering on a Small Business Emergency Assistance program to support small businesses and nonprofits in the region that have been affected by the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Governor Forms Committee to Guide Use of $1.25B CARES Act Funds

Gov. Asa Hutchinson announced Monday that he had signed an executive order forming a 15-member steering committee to direct $1.25 billion in federal funds the state expects to receive to combat the coronavirus outbreak. → Read More

Governor: Arkansas Could See 3,500 Coronavirus Cases in 2 Weeks

Gov. Asa Hutchinson said Friday that based on current models and experts, Arkansas could see COVID-19 cases increase to 2,000 by the first week of April and to 3,500 within two weeks. → Read More

Virus Diaries: Winery Wilting as COVID-19 Pandemic Continues

Her winery is “kind of dead in the water,” and Audrey House, owner of Chateau Aux Arc in Altus (Jackson County) and chair of the Arkansas Wine Producers Council, and it's suffering from supply-chain issues as businesses she sources items from have closed. → Read More

Governor Touts $116M Aid Package To Shore Up State's Health Care Industry

Gov. Asa Hutchinson on Thursday announced a $116 million package to shore up the state's health care industry during the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

Virus Diaries: Packaged Rollout 'Saving Grace' of Black Apple in Age of COVID-19

Black Apple Crossing is offering only curbside and delivery service from its taproom in Springdale, has temporarily laid off a couple of folks, and has cut hours for other employees because of the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

Murphy Oil CEO Gets Presumptive COVID-19 Diagnosis, Takes Medical Leave

Murphy Oil Corp. announced Thursday that President and CEO Roger Jenkins has, pending test results, a presumptive diagnosis of COVID-19. → Read More

Coronavirus Pushes State to Hurry Licenses for New Doctors, Nurses

The Arkansas State Medical Board and Arkansas State Board of Nursing have accelerated their processes to grant more licenses, anticipating a need for professionals as the COVID-19 pandemic continues. → Read More

Support for Small Businesses Slammed by COVID-19

Arkansas Business is regularly updating this page with links and contact information for businesses affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

Virus Diaries: Jonesboro Dog Trainer Adapts as Humans Are Told to Stay

Michelle Hill of Jonesboro has shifted online with the dog training classes she teaches, and her income is down about $2,000 over the past few weeks of coronavirus fallout, she reports. → Read More

Virus Diaries: Everyday Chef Sends Customers Online, Locks Doors

The Everyday Chef, which has two stores — one in Jonesboro and one in Little Rock — is sending its customers online and offering to deliver bridal registry gifts as walk-in business wanes in the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

Expecting $353M Revenue Shortfall, Governor Will Call Special Session

The state expects a $353 million budget shortfall over the next three months, an economic result of the COVID-19 pandemic, Gov. Asa Hutchinson announced late Monday afternoon. → Read More

Virus Diaries: DJ's Auto Repair Lays Off 2 in Sherwood, Expands Services

Two people have already been laid off in the midst of a 40% decline in revenue at DJ's Auto Repair shop in Sherwood, a victim of the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More