College Pursuing Railroad Land

Posted: November 7, 2013 at 3:49 a.m.

A railroad track that runs through NorthWest Arkansas Community College’s campus would be removed under a tentative land purchase agreement the college has arranged.

At A Glance

National Child Protection Training Center

Renovation of the building that will house the National Child Protection Training Center at NorthWest Arkansas Community College is on schedule and expected to be completed Dec. 28, according to Amy Benincosa, associate director of development for the college’s foundation. Furnishings will be delivered Dec. 16, she said. An opening is scheduled for February. The $3 million project began in March. The college is one of two locations in the nation providing training to people who work with children to recognize, report and respond to child abuse.

Source: Staff Report

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