Memorable news

Posted: July 15, 2012 at 5:50 a.m.

Frankie Parker is carried away from the Rogers Police Department after he was wounded during an armed standoff on Nov. 5, 1984. Also pictured are the late Richard Feast, left, and Rick Williams. Parker killed his in-laws, James and Sandra Warren, and wounded Rogers police officer Ray Feyen, and his estranged wife, Pam Warren.

There has been a newspaper in Rogers since 1881. Sometimes two operated in the growing town. The Rogers Morning News can trace its heritage to 1881’s The New Era.

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