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Sewage Overflow From West Fork Causes Beaver Lake Concerns

West Fork Sewage Overflow Causes Pollution Concern

Subscriber onlyRaw sewage from the West Fork wastewater treatment plant spilled into the White River for about two weeks in early April, according to state officials, which raises concern about water quality in Beaver Lake. Continue reading...

Gaps In Local Mental Health Services Exist Despite Recent Additions

Gaps In Care Exist Despite Local Advances

Subscriber onlyMental health services are increasing in Northwest Arkansas, but gaps remain, advocates say, and people in need of help fall into them. Continue reading...

Births

Subscriber only• Sarah and Daniel Dancer of Bentonville, a boy, Seth Dancer, born March 26, 2014, at Northwest Medical Center in Bentonville Continue reading...

Rogers-Lowell Area Labor Force Mismatched With Jobs Available

Subscriber onlyROGERS -- Industrial development has stagnated in Rogers, a hub of retail and professional service activity, according to a community assessment report released recently by Market Street consultants. Continue reading...

Northwest Arkansas Hospitals Expand Physical Rehab To Meet Need

Subscriber onlyA growing population and the increasing number of strokes in Arkansas are among several forces bumping up the need for physical rehabilitation services, and area hospitals are taking steps to meet the demand, officials say. Continue reading...

Rogers Pilots Classroom Breakfasts

Subscriber onlyROGERS -- School starts with breakfast at Old Wire Elementary School. Continue reading...

Former Rogers Treasurer Hudlow Seeking More Damages From City

Subscriber onlyFAYETTEVILLE -- Jerry Hudlow, a former Rogers treasurer, told a federal judge Friday he'd prefer to have his old job back but that may not be possible. Continue reading...

House Candidates Back Shifting Tax To Roads

Subscriber onlyROGERS -- Three of four Republican state House candidates supported earmarking some state sales tax growth to highways and the fourth would consider it, they said at a forum hosted by the Roger-Lowell Area Chamber of Commerce. Continue reading...

Rogers Aldermen To Discuss Establishing A Miracle League

Subscriber onlyROGERS -- The city has leagues for baseball, basketball, softball and soccer, and if some aldermen are successful, there will be a Miracle League. Continue reading...

Washington County Closes 2013 Books, Hears Transit Update

Subscriber onlyFAYETTEVILLE -- Washington County's 2013 spending is now officially closed. Continue reading...

Bella Vista Board Rejects Move To Vote In Election

Subscriber onlyBELLA VISTA -- About 30 Property Owners Association members attended Thursday when the board backed away from a plan to vote on behalf of 587 lots in the May 20 election. Continue reading...

Green Pest Control Company Uses Carbon Dioxide To Kills Moles, Ants

Fayetteville Business Uses CO2 To Kills Moles, Ants

Subscriber onlyDavid Jones tried constantly to rid his lawn of pesky moles. Then he saw a friend back his pickup onto a football field four-and-a-half years ago and fill mole tunnels with exhaust, hoping the carbon dioxide would kill the animals. Continue reading...

Interstate 540 To Be Designated Interstate 49 Beginning Next Week

Subscriber onlyFAYETTEVILLE — Interstate 49 signs will go up as soon as next week on sections of Interstate 540 and U.S. 71, state highway officials said Wednesday. Continue reading...

More Must Be Done For Mentally Ill Inmates, Panel Says

Subscriber onlyFAYETTEVILLE — Arkansas must do more to prevent jails and prisons from acting as de facto hospitals for thousands of people with mental illness, a panel of officials and experts said Wednesday night. Continue reading...

Rogers Charter School Pays For Confidentiality Breach

Subscriber onlyROGERS -- Another chapter in the sexual harassment suit brought by a former Benton County School of the Arts principal unfolded during a school board meeting Tuesday. Continue reading...