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No APR penalties anticipated for Razorbacks

FAYETTEVILLE — University of Arkansas athletic officials said academic performance for athletes continued to improve last year with an emphasis on graduation. Continue reading...

Drive-By Shooting Reported

Subscriber onlySPRINGDALE — Police are investigating a drive-by shooting reported on Braxton Drive on Friday night. Continue reading...

Crystal Bridges opening updates

BENTONVILLE — Follow this post for updates from the opening of the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art on Friday, Nov. 11. Continue reading...

Charity Group Announces New Name

ENDEAVOR FOUNDATION TO FOCUS ON MORE ACTIVE ROLE FIXING PROBLEMS IN AREA

Subscriber onlyNORTHWEST ARKANSAS — Leaders of Northwest Arkansas Community Foundation announced on Tuesday a shorter name and expanded mission for the charitable organization. Continue reading...

No Arrests In Assault After Eight Months

Subscriber only"We’re just looking for the right eyewitness. Somebody knows what happened.” Capt. Hayes Minor Rogers Police Department Continue reading...

School Enrollment Up

ROGERS DISTRICT REPORTS INCREASE OF 1 PERCENT FOR 2011-12

Subscriber onlyROGERS — Enrollment for Rogers schools grew by the second-smallest amount in the past decade, but administrators said the additional students still required class sections and additional bus routes. Continue reading...

New Standards Challenge Teachers, Engage Students

Common Core used in kindergarten through second grades

Subscriber onlyThe new Common Core education standards take students way beyond Dick and Jane, the children who lived on Pleasant Street with their baby sister, Sally, and their dog, Spot, and helped children learn to read in the 1940s or 1950s, even into the 1960s. Continue reading...

School Standards Set

COMMON CORE USED IN KINDERGARTEN THROUGH SECOND GRADES

Subscriber onlyKindergarten, first- and second-grade teachers have spent the first weeks of the school year grappling with what some called the largest shift in curriculum and standards in their careers. Continue reading...

PEOPLE & PLACES

Subscriber onlyWilliams Marks 98th Birthday Continue reading...

$14.7 MILLION: NWACC To Oversee Grant

MONEY AIMED AT IMPROVING CAREER EDUCATION IN STATE

Subscriber onlyBENTONVILLE — NorthWest Arkansas Community College will be in charge of a $14.7 million federal grant aimed at improving career education throughout the state, college and state officials announced Monday. Continue reading...

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Snow fell on traffic Tuesday morning near the Springdale Municipal Airport.

Snow fell on traffic Tuesday morning near the Springdale Municipal Airport.

Published: February 26, 2013

Petrino supporters at a rally Monday.

Petrino supporters at a rally Monday.

Published: April 9, 2012

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