Today, we’re making an exciting announcement here at The Arkansas Project: we’re adding a new, all-star reporter to our journalism team!
Caleb Taylor, most recently with The Sentinel-Record in Hot Springs, begins today as a full-time reporter for TheArkansasProject.com. He’s a native of White County and graduated from Henderson State University in 2011. Before joining the Sentinel-Record, he wrote for the Pennsylvania Independent and The Daily Press in Paragould, Arkansas. Caleb will make our daily news and policy coverage even more well-rounded and effective.
(As an added bonus, he also has a heckuva throwing arm, which earned him a spot on the highly-acclaimed Searcy All-Star baseball team back in the day, alongside yours truly. See if you can spot us.)
Dan Greenberg, president of the Advance Arkansas Institute — The Arkansas Project’s parent organization — said the addition of Taylor is a sign of more good things to come:
We are very proud to have Caleb joining our team. He’s a polished, skilled journalist who will help The Arkansas Project continue to provide a conservative perspective in news and analysis. He’ll help AAI solidify its place as a thought leader in the state, becoming an important part of our team going forward as we continue to work to make our state less taxed and more free. There are great days ahead for Arkansas.
Stay tuned for articles from Caleb in the very near future. In the mean time, you can connect with him on Twitter and help us welcome Caleb to the team by sharing this article with your friends.