Springdale Residents Of Annexed Areas Want City Water

Posted: November 4, 2013 at 2:05 a.m.

City water has replaced paved roads as the service most wanted in areas the city annexed in the past few years.

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Texting Language Leaks Into School Work

Springdale High School seniors, from right, Mariela Rodas, Juliana Bahena and Dulce Laguna, text Wednesday, Oct. 30, 2013 during their lunch break at the school in Springdale. At Springdale High School students on only allowed to use their phones in passing periods and at lunch. Some students noticed texting language making its way into schoolwork which affected their scores.

Mariela Rodas, 17, said she stopped using abbreviated words and phrases in text messages after she noticed the... Read »

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Rogers Police Teach Women Self-Defense

Donna Culpepper, left foreground, and Beverly Luper, right, practice self-defense techniques on Saturday Nov. 2 2013 that involve bending a foe's fingers. Cpl. Anthony Christiano watches their technique during the self-defense class for women held at the Rogers Police Department.

Women from all walks of life turned out Saturday morning to learn how to defend themselves from unwanted sexua... Read »