Paragould

Paragould

(pâr`əgo͞old), city (1990 pop. 18,540), seat of Greene co., NE Ark.; inc. 1882. The growing processing and trade center of an agricultural region, Paragould also has a wide variety of manufactures.
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The Prysmian Group of Milan said last week that it will expand its Paragould facility, investing $2.8 million and adding 12 positions.
site near Paragould, Ark., has been removed from the National Priorities List (NPL).
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- There isn't a lot to do in Paragould, Arkansas, but residents of the town of barely 25,000 seem to have no problem finding trouble.
Lois was born in Paragould, Arkansas, daughter of the late Cleo and Opel (Bruss) Walker and was a resident of the Brookfield area over 40 years.
of Paragould, AR, acquired Streater Inc., a Minnesota-based producer of metal fixtures such as gondolas.
There are now over a dozen applications in sheet, profiles, and film, including a seven-layer commercial sheet line at Anchor Packaging in Paragould, Ark.
Workout Anytime, a chain of gyms headquartered in Alpharetta, Georgia, expanded to Arkansas last month, landing in Paragould because the community there is a good fit for its "high-value, low-price" model.
ARI, which has plants in Paragould and Marmaduke in Greene County, was acquired by ITE in December 2018.
The Arkansas Economic Development Commission announced Wednesday that the cities of Newport and Paragould have completed the Competitive Communities Initiative evaluation.