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The Polk County Veterans Engagement Team (C-VET) will present a free showing of Suicide - The Ripple Effect, a documentary, in the Ouachita Center at UA Rich Mountain on Saturday, July 27th, from 6 PM to 7:30 PM. Everyone is welcome. A young man attempted suicide and lived. He now travels the globe spreading a message of hope, recovery and wellness. T072419

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Downtown Mena Building for sale. 622 Mena Street, Mena, Arkansas. Priced to sell. Approx. 10,000 sq. feet, 2 story. (479) 234-4990. T080819 For Sale - 243 Rifle, 10’ 2 man pontoon, new trolling motor, battery, new 3 1/2 hp motor, new Dewalt planner, new doebro, smart car, (501) 538-8339. T073119

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Inserter Wanted - The Polk County Pulse is accepting applications for this part-time position. Applications available in our office at 1168 Hwy 71 S, Mena. The Polk County Pulse is an equal opportunity employer; all minorities are encouraged to apply. T071719 Employment Opportunity - The Polk County Housing Authority will accept applications along with a required resume for the position of Maintenance Mechanic “A”. Drug testing and criminal background check will be a requirement. Persons interested in applying may pick up an application along with a complete job description at the Housing Authority office located at 509 South Morrow Street, Mena, AR. Applications and the required resume should be returned to 509 South Morrow Street, Mena, AR on or before July 31, 2019. No applications will be accepted after that date. The Polk County Housing Authority is An Equal Opportunity Employer. T072419 Get Noticed! List In The

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Daniel’s Carpentry and Painting, home repair, decks, privacy fences, fence rows, underpinning, etc. Also lawn and garden work. Call 479-216-1101 or 479-2162299 T073119 Complete Yard Care, Odd Jobs and more! When you need an extra hand, call me! Mena, Arkansas and Polk County area- 479-234-0509. T110619

Need your land cleared? Let me Mulch it for you! RC Customz Land Clearing, Mulching and More. Some services but not all include: fence lines, clearing of lots, bush-hogging, and fencing. This is a great solution for clearing overgrowth while leaving desirable trees. We service both residential and commercial customers. Military discount available. For more information and estimates contact Russell Lane at 479-216-2976. T073119 Lawn Mower REPAIR on riders or push mowers, weed eaters, chainsaws, generator. $20.00 for service call. Call Bill Duff 479-216-5204 T073119 Amazing Care, Pet care in your home. Got places to be? Worried about leaving your loved pets alone? We have a solution. We are bonded and prepared to care for your animals anytime at your home. Call for more information or scheduling at 479-394-1781, if no answer leave a message. T081419 A

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- FOR RENT Attention - J.Ray & Maria’s Mobile Home Park is under NEW ownership with the park being renamed to Mena Paradise Mobile Home Village LLC. Two and Three bedroom homes. Contact Ken Amberson-cell 432-557-4691. 072419

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U.S. Senator John Boozmn: U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement Will Help Arkansas’ Economy Grow (WASHINGTON, D.C.) Fair trade agreements have become increasingly important to Arkansas’s economy over the last half-century. The world is more connected than ever. Access to global markets is necessary, not just for the large corporations that call Arkansas home, but also for small and medium-sized businesses looking to expand their operations and footprints. With a level playing field, Arkansas’s agriculture, manufacturing and small businesses can compete with anyone around the globe. The U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) is the type of mutually beneficial trade agreement we need to pursue to help Arkansas’s economy grow. According to the Arkansas World Trade Center, Natural State goods and services are exported to 181 countries, but Canada and Mexico combined for over one-third of our exports in 2017. Our exports to these two countries added $2.1 billion to Arkansas’s economy that same year. Nearly 69,000 jobs in the state are dependent on trade with Canada and another 41,000 jobs are tied to trade with Mexico. They are the workers in the paper mills in south Arkansas. The employees of the steel mills in northeast Arkansas. The family farmers producing rice in the Delta. The line workers at the poultry processing plants in northwest Arkansas. These Arkansans, and many more, work in the industries that produce our top exports to Mexico and Canada. For them, and countless others, the announcement that a trade agreement has been reached with Canada and Mexico was very welcome and promising news. Arkansas farmers, business leaders and workers understand how vital it is to have free—but also fair—trade, particularly with

our neighbors to the north and south. It helps create the sense of certainty that has been sorely missing for our manufacturers, small businesses and agriculture industry. Arkansas has a diverse economy ranging from aerospace and defense to steel production to the world’s largest retailer, but agriculture is by far our largest industry. It adds around $16 billion to our economy every year and accounts for approximately one in every six jobs. For our agricultural community, it is particularly critical that we push this agreement across the finish line. Our farmers face a very tenuous situation right now. Commodity prices are well below the cost of production. Farm incomes in 2018 dropped sharply again for the fifth consecutive year. Total farm debt has risen to levels not seen since the early 1980s. A rainy fall and spring have hampered planting season in Arkansas while producing one of the worst floods in our state’s history. In my discussions with farmers on how we can help, the same mantra is often repeated—they prefer trade over aid. While they appreciate the president’s efforts to ease the pain during these trade standoffs, what they really need are more markets in which to sell their products. They understand that increased trade is the way to create a better long-term outlook for their operations. Our neighbors to the north and south are our natural allies and trading partners. The president and his team worked hard to get Canada and Mexico to the negotiating table to formalize a more mutually beneficial agreement. That hard work has paid off in the form of the USMCA. Now, Congress has a responsibility to see it through to the end.

Profile for The Pulse

July 24, 2018  

Weekly, free news publication for Polk County Arkansas and surrounding areas.

July 24, 2018  

Weekly, free news publication for Polk County Arkansas and surrounding areas.