Northwest Arkansas officials have serious concerns about installing high voltage power lines in the Ozarks
Survey finds members of city councils and Chambers of Commerce see risks as greater than benefits if high voltage power lines are constructed in the Ozark Mountain area
Eureka Springs, Arkansas, July 14, 2014
University of Arkansas researchers have surveyed city council representatives, Chamber of Commerce members, and other `local…
On Friday, July 3, 2014, attorney David Matthews sent a letter informing the Arkansas Public Service Commission that SWEPCO and the Southwest Power Pool intend to take another 6-7 months in their third attempt to prove that there is a public need for their…
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All This For What? by Mike Masterson: Meanwhile, back at that swelling public controversy over SWEPCO's proposal to run a massive transmission line for 50 miles across Benton and Carroll County to a remote power station along the Kings River…See More