This week's edition of Arkansas Business highlights 20 Arkansas women with influence in the world of business, education, government and medicine.
Topping the list is Senator Blanche Lincoln, who has come under fire from not only the eight GOP primary candidates vying to replace her in the U.S. Senate, but from her own party.
Lincoln became the second female in Arkansas to be elected to the Senate in 1998, and was re-elected in 2004.
Other women of influence include Alice Walton, the Walmart heir behind the new Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in Northwest Arkansas.
It's expected to attract at least a quarter-million visitors in its first year.
Also included are Patti Upton of Aromatique, Cyndi Nance, the first woman and African-American to head the UA school of law, Architecht Martha Jane Murray and Millie Ward, president of the marketing firm Stone and Ward.
Also in this weeks edition - the possible sale of a major Little Rock medical facility.
The majority owner for Arkansas Heart Hospital says that it is weighing its long-term options.
Medcath Corp of Charlotte, North Carolina, which owns 70 percent of the West Little Rock hospital, reported a loss of over $50 million in the last fiscal year.
To cut corners, it may sell the hospital, sell off some of its interest, or, do nothing at all, but a decision, if any, won't likely happen for another several months.