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Fayetteville rezoning proposal stokes debate

Big-picture discussions about city planning and how to accommodate growth stemmed from the first reading Tuesday of an ordinance to rezone about 20 wooded acres on the northeast side of town. Continue reading...

Rogers storage units a no-go for Dixieland and New Hope intersection

Self-storage units will no longer be considered as plans for 4.06 acres at the corner of Dixieland and New Hope roads. Continue reading...

Northwest Health joins Mayo Clinic Care Network

Northwest Health has joined the Mayo Clinic Care Network, a move hospital officials said will connect Northwest patients to specialists at the country's highest-rated hospital system at no extra cost. Continue reading...

Bentonville Brewery, Aldi to come to Bentonville's Southwest 14th Street

Climb Bentonville customers will only have to travel across a parking lot to grab a beer after a climbing session as a brewery is planned for the corner of Southwest I and Southwest 14th streets. Continue reading...

Sculptor accorded living treasure tag

State honors Fayetteville’s Kaminsky

Subscriber onlySculptor Hank Kaminsky of Fayetteville has been named the 2018 Arkansas Living Treasure by the Arkansas Arts Council, a division of the Department of Arkansas Heritage. Continue reading...

Improvements coming to three Rogers schools

Administrators are exploring ways to improve three of the School District's oldest buildings, particularly in terms of aesthetics and safety. Continue reading...

Bentonville and Rogers principals named masters

Two of the three people named master principals this year in Arkansas are from Benton County schools. Continue reading...

Candidates for Arkansas governor, Supreme Court races swing by Rogers

Jan Morgan, challenger to Gov. Asa Hutchinson in the Republican primary next month, again called for a debate with the governor and criticized Hutchinson Tuesday for expanding state government in ways she said were against the party's values. Continue reading...

Weather service confirms tornadoes near El Paso, Pencil Bluff

Subscriber onlyThe National Weather Service on Tuesday confirmed two more tornadoes touched down in Arkansas during storms Friday and Saturday. Continue reading...

Ex-officer in fight arrested, charged

Subscriber onlyAn Arkansas police officer who was fired after she reportedly fought with guests at a hotel where she was attending a baby shower while off duty is now facing charges including aggravated assault, authorities said. Continue reading...

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Public Meetings

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Getting it straight Northwest Arkansas

Subscriber onlyThe city’s public comment period on the new animal shelter in Springdale begins May 3. The date was incorrect in a story in Tuesday’s edition. Continue reading...

Northwest Health joins Mayo Clinic Care Network

Subscriber onlyNorthwest Health joined the Mayo Clinic Care Network, a group of independent health systems that work closely with Mayo Clinic. Continue reading...

Firm at center of alleged kickback cut deal to qualify for grant

FAYETTEVILLE — One of the groups at the center of former state Sen. Jon Woods’ corruption trial wouldn’t have qualified for the $400,000 grant it received, but administrators allowed AmeriWorks to borrow the tax-exempt status of another nonprofit company, Mike Norton testified this morning. Continue reading...