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Amye Buckley

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Sales tax receipts rise for Bentonville, Springdale

Sales tax receipts jumped up in Bentonville and Springdale and were up around Northwest Arkansas this month. Continue reading...

Rogers' Chief Allen honored for leadership

In long career, Allen led Bentonville, Rogers police departments

ROGERS -- Two cities mourned James Allen as law enforcement officers from around the state gathered to pay their final respects Tuesday. Continue reading...

Police chief in Rogers dies of cancer

Subscriber onlyROGERS -- Rogers Police Chief James Allen died Thursday morning after a long struggle with cancer. Continue reading...

Rogers police chief dies after illness

ROGERS -- James Allen, Rogers police chief, died Thursday morning after a long struggle with cancer. Continue reading...

Expansion complete, Rogers School Board contemplates next move

ROGERS -- The School Board approved the last change order for Rogers New Technology High School on Tuesday. The School District got a $53,640 refund as a result. Continue reading...

Rogers Fire Department Gets Top Insurance Rating

ROGERS -- City department cooperation, new trucks from the 2011 bond issue and fire prevention efforts from the Rogers Fire Department netted the city the best possible rating from the Insurance Service Office. Continue reading...

Pea Ridge Takes Donation of Battle Diary

PEA RIDGE -- It was cold as William Vaughan marched toward Pea Ridge in March 1862, days before the battle there. Continue reading...

Pea Ridge Takes Donation of Battle Diary

PEA RIDGE -- It was cold as William Vaughan marched toward Pea Ridge in March 1862, days before the battle there. Continue reading...

Rogers Committee Reviews Shadow Valley Plans

ROGERS -- Subdivision development for phase eight of Shadow Valley could start in March if permits are in place. Continue reading...

Rogers Heritage High School Students Highlight Northwest Technical Institute

ROGERS -- Career classes are a growing option and some Rogers students are prepping a video to share the news. Continue reading...

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