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Morgan Manor expansion plan in Fayetteville stalls

Subscriber onlyFAYETTEVILLE -- Housing Authority officials say a plan to expand a public housing complex will continue despite state denial of the project's main source of revenue.

Indictment lists gambling counts

Subscriber onlyFAYETTEVILLE -- Robert Enos Rogers, 72, of Rogers is charged with one count of operating an illegal gambling business in his house and one count of money laundering related to that, his arraignment in federal court revealed Friday.

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Washington County auction brings in $755,000

Subscriber onlyFAYETTEVILLE -- The first equipment auction in years drew hundreds of people and raised hundreds of thousands of dollars for the Washington County Road Department, County Judge Joseph Wood said.

AG: Convicts freed by law face parole

Subscriber onlyFormer juvenile offenders freed from life sentences under a new Arkansas law likely will remain under state watch for the rest of their lives, Attorney General Leslie Rutledge advised parole officials in an opinion released Friday.

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    Subscriber onlyEdward Harris, 49, of 130 Carroll County 639 in Berryville was arrested Friday in connection with possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver and possession of drug paraphernalia. Harris was being held Friday at the Washington County Detention Center with no bond set.

  • Public Meetings

    Subscriber onlyMonday 5:30 p.m. Springdale City Council Committees -- City Administration Building, 201 Spring St.

  • Southeast J Street lane closings set in Bentonville

    Subscriber onlyBENTONVILLE -- Southeast J Street will be reduced to one lane from 7 a.m. Monday through Aug. 28 to install a storm water sewer crossing, according to a news release.

  • Getting it straight

    Subscriber onlyFayetteville pays $445,895 in fees to the Washington County Regional Ambulance Authority annually. The amount was incorrect in a report Friday.

  • Springdale Police arrest two after man's death

    Subscriber onlySPRINGDALE -- Police have arrested two Springdale men in connection with homicide Friday afternoon.

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Fitness and mentors to help Benton County juveniles

Subscriber onlyBENTONVILLE -- Benton County Sheriff's Office deputies and juvenile officials are teaming with fitness experts to mentor juveniles.

N.J. man to serve 6 months, pay $65,000 to walker's kin

Subscriber onlyVAN BUREN -- A New Jersey man will serve six months in the Crawford County jail and pay $85,000 restitution after he pleaded guilty Friday to driving drunk and killing an 84-year-old woman trying to cross a highway.



Bagley latest to get college jump

Subscriber onlyMarvin Bagley, widely considered the top recruit in the Class of 2018, reclassified this week and might be able to play for Duke in the upcoming season.


Texas pastors tending to frightened illegals in their flocks

Subscriber onlyHOUSTON -- On one of his recent visits to the home of an immigrant family, Julio Barquero asked everyone sitting in the living room to stand and join hands. They formed a circle, closed their eyes, and prayed.


Fishing this week

Subscriber onlyCANE CREEK LAKE Early morning and late evening have become extremely productive times to fish. Bream are biting nightcrawlers. Redear sunfish (shellcrackers) have started biting more frequently in shallow parts of the lake with visible insect activity on top of the water and structure underneath. With the heat, catfish have started to become increasingly nocturnal. Bait trotlines with strong smelling baits such as chicken liver and live baitfish late in the evening. Bass are increasingly active in the mornings and are hitting light-colored topwaters and natural-colored Rat-L-Traps from daybreak until about noon. Crappie are biting minnows over deep structure at the lake's southernmost end, across from the park all the way to the levee.



Subscriber onlyIn reflecting on exceptional wits of our time, I immediately picture Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens) of Missouri and William “Will” Penn Adair Rogers from Oklahoma.


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Widow has developer over a barrel

Subscriber onlyORLANDO, Fla. -- There's a new twist in the standoff between an octogenarian widow in Florida who refused to sell her town house and the giant developer that constructed a time share resort around her vacant, two-story building anyway.