Sunday 20th August, 2017
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The state representative who runs Ascent Children's Health Services plans to retire at the end of the year, he announced to employees Thursday. The company's West Memphis day care is under a one-year probation after a child's death in a hot van. A company facility in North Little Rock also is under a one-year probation after children were left unattended in two instances. Rep. Dan Sullivan, R-Jonesboro, is chief executive of Ascent. He told employees in an internal memo that he plans to retire but is waiting until the end of the year so the company has time to find a suitable repl...
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