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Amye Buckley

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Bobwhites focus of Pea Ridge partnership

Subscriber onlyBobwhites once filled fields in the south, but their numbers have dropped. A new partnership and plan at Pea Ridge National Military Park may help boost their numbers. Continue reading...

Northwest Arkansas sales tax strong for December

Subscriber onlySpringdale led the region in percentage growth of sales tax for the holiday season. Continue reading...

Project could increase water supply to Washington County

Subscriber onlyAVOCA -- The Benton Washington Regional Public Water Authority is gearing up deliver more water to a growing Washington County base. Continue reading...

Five sent to hospital after Rogers wreck

A four-car accident at 2:29 p.m. near the intersection of Dixieland and Walnut sent five people to the hospital Thursday. Continue reading...

Minor sworn in as Rogers police chief

Subscriber onlyROGERS -- Officers and community members applauded after Hayes Minor was sworn in as chief of the Rogers Police Department on Tuesday. Continue reading...

Hayes Minor sworn in as Rogers chief

Interim Police Chief Hayes Minor was sworn in as chief of the Rogers Police Department late Tuesday afternoon. Continue reading...

Fayetteville celebrates Black History month

Subscriber onlyContemporary history was celebrated Sunday during the Fayetteville Black History Celebration Day at St. James Baptist Church. Continue reading...

Fire caused by cutting torch at Rogers building

Subscriber onlyROGERS -- Demolition work caused a fire at the former plant of Superior Industries, 1301 N. Dixieland Road, about 10:27 a.m. Monday. Continue reading...

Policing leadership in transition for Centerton, Pea Ridge

Four Northwest Arkansas cities are either in the search process or recently have appointed a police chief. Interim chiefs lead two other departments. Continue reading...

Three arrested in connection with robbery of Fayetteville pharmacy

Three people have been arrested in connection with the Saturday robbery of Medicap Pharmacy, 2818 W. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., in Fayetteville. Continue reading...

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