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Senate bill could end Arkansas Works, restrict Medicaid growth

Subscriber onlyTens of thousands of Northwest Arkansans and many more across the state could lose their health insurance under the Senate version of a Republican health care bill. Continue reading...

Senate health bill would bar Marshall Islanders from insurance marketplace

Subscriber onlyNorthwest Arkansas' Pacific Islanders would lose access to government assistance for health coverage under a Senate Republican bill revealed Thursday, an immigration attorney said. Continue reading...

Pride parade provides hope

Many vow to continue marching for a political change

Subscriber onlyAn estimated 8,000 people danced, drove down and lined Dickson Street for the 11th annual NWA Pride Parade on Saturday. Continue reading...

Benton County Search And Rescue seeks more volunteers

Subscriber onlyA young James Mason sat studying with friends one weekend afternoon in 1971 at the College of the Ozarks when emergency alarms went off. Firefighters quickly came to the aid of a student who had fallen from a lookout point nearby. Continue reading...

Benton County officials ponder pot policy

Subscriber onlyBenton County officials have started work on employment policies to reflect the state's recently approved medical marijuana amendment and resulting legislation. Continue reading...

Goodman, Mo., council deals with tornado fallout

Subscriber only Josh Wagner and Aaron Patterson want to build a new house for a friend, whose house was blown away in a tornado in April. Continue reading...

Public input session set for proposed for Springdale projects

Subscriber onlyThe city will hold a public meeting to discuss the proposed construction of a Criminal Justice Complex and the renovation of the City Administration Building. Continue reading...

Chuan Fa America offers self-defense training for visually impaired students

Subscriber onlyAn area martial arts school recently gave basic, self-defense lessons to a group of students who could be vulnerable during an altercation. Continue reading...

Lane closings for interstate, greenway work on tap in Lowell, Rogers area

Subscriber only Crews placing bridge beams over Interstate 49 in Benton County will require closing northbound lanes for multiple 15-minute periods through Friday, according to Arkansas Highway and Transportation Department officials. Continue reading...

Garfield seeks bids for road work

Subscriber only The city is seeking bids to apply double chip and seal on a portion of Tall Oaks Lane. Continue reading...

Bella Vista's Highlands course closing July 10

Subscriber only A second 18-hole golf course will be closed during the summer after a recent Property Owners Association board decision. Continue reading...

Gravette, Decatur Boys & Girls Club programs a success

Subscriber onlyThe after-school programs and summer programs at the Gravette Boys & Girls Club have been a success, officials say. Continue reading...

State math event announces victors

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JBU, Siloam Springs train for emergency response

Subscriber only John Brown University's Nursing Department partnered with Simmons Foods, the Siloam Springs Fire Department, the Siloam Springs Police Department and Siloam Springs Regional Hospital to stage an emergency response training exercise June 14 at the Simmons Prepared Foods plant for 60 JBU and NorthWest Arkansas Community College nursing students. Continue reading...

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