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Friday, January 13, 2017

Hutchinson fills commission seats

Posted By on Fri, Jan 13, 2017 at 2:13 PM

Gov. Asa Hutchinson today announced the appointment of a member of the State Police Commission and five members of the governing boards of public universities. The appointments:

Stephen Edwards, Marianna, to the Arkansas State Police Commission. Appointment expires January 14, 2024. Replaces Frank Guinn, Jr., Paragould.

Therral Story, Magnolia, to the Board of Trustees of Southern Arkansas University. Appointment expires January 14, 2022. Reappointment.

Price Gardner, Roland, to the Board of Trustees of Arkansas State University. Appointment expires January 14, 2022. Replaces Howard Slinkard, Rogers.

Eric Burnett, Fort Smith, to the Board of Trustees of Arkansas Tech University. Appointment expires January 14, 2022. Replaces John Ed Chambers, Danville.

Rev. Everette Cornell “E.C.” Maltbia, Conway, to the Board of Trustees of the University of Central Arkansas. Appointment expires January 14, 2024. Replaces Victor Green, Conway.

Ross Whipple, Arkadelphia, to the Board of Trustees of Henderson State University. Appointment expires January 14, 2024. Reappointment.

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