According to a media release from the United States Attorney’s Office, Henry Goodloe, 77, of Pine Bluff pleaded guilty to one count of conveying false information about possessing a biological weapon in front of District Judge Kristine G. Baker.
According to a story in Parasite and Vectors, a journal on the topic, former Ph.D. student Rachel Welicky, named six new isopod species and giving a nod to Dr. Paul C. Sikkel, an associate professor of biology.
United States District Judge J. Leon Holmes ruled in favor of Arkansas State University on the claims of Turning Point USA at Arkansas State University and Ashlyn Hoggard, dismissing the complaint of the group and Hoggard with prejudice.
The White House announced several advisories to help foreign and domestic businesses on the issue. The plan calls for federal officials to go after the four “M’s” of the issue: marketing, manufacturing, movement and money.
According to the story, entitled “Green Steel: How Arkansas Became Home to America’s Cleanest and Fastest-Growing Steelmaker”, the author, Jonathan Ponciano, delves into the company’s history as well as its growth in Mississippi County.