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Springdale council considers new shelter locations but puts off choice

Subscriber onlyThe search for a place to put the city's new animal shelter continues after City Council members declined to pick a favored location Tuesday. Continue reading...

Northwest Arkansans urge housing options

Subscriber onlyHundreds of Northwest Arkansas residents said they want the region to have more housing that’s affordable and accessible to all and located near work, services and school. Continue reading...

Lawsuit aims to strike health protections

Subscriber onlyArkansas and federal officials have called on a Texas court to overturn the law saying health insurance companies must offer coverage to all customers regardless of their health or medical histories. Continue reading...

Business leaders urge more downtown Springdale investment

Subscriber onlyThe downtown area around Emma Avenue could be the heart of the city again with more public and private investment, several business leaders said Thursday. Continue reading...

Development set for downtown Springdale

Building to start next year on Walton-linked project of retail, restaurant, office space

Subscriber onlyA project linked to the Walton family will bring retail, restaurant and office space to downtown Emma Avenue, the developer announced Tuesday. Continue reading...

Walton-backed development coming to downtown Springdale

Subscriber onlySPRINGDALE -- A project linked to the Waltons will bring retail, restaurant and office space to downtown Emma Avenue, the developer announced Tuesday. Continue reading...

Local residents call for more affordable, connected, diverse housing

Subscriber onlyHundreds of Northwest Arkansas residents said they want the region to have more housing that's affordable and accessible to all and sits near work, services and school. Continue reading...

NWA Land Trust launches campaign to conserve 5,000 acres in three years

Subscriber onlyA regional land conservation group wants to triple the area under its protection in the next three years to better protect water quality, tourism and the health and diversity of all of the region's living things. Continue reading...

Springdale district OKs raises, welcomes board member and new principals

Subscriber onlySchool District employees will get a slight bump in pay after a School Board vote Tuesday. Continue reading...

Region shrugs off worst of global recycling trouble, but still feels sting

Subscriber onlyA global disruption in the market for recycled plastic bottles, paper and other materials has reached Northwest Arkansas, leaving one recycler with 200,000 pounds of cardboard waiting for a higher sale price and another paying paper mills to take its paper. Continue reading...

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TJ West (right), a recent participant in the Pathway to Freedom re-entry program for Arkansas prison...

TJ West (right), a recent participant in the Pathway to Freedom re-entry program for Arkansas prison inmates before and after rele...

Published: August 4, 2017

Isaac Ogle (right) and his wife, Jennifer, explore a bluff shelter along a spring-fed creek Sunday i...

Isaac Ogle (right) and his wife, Jennifer, explore a bluff shelter along a spring-fed creek Sunday in the Devil’s Eyebrow Natural ...

Published: July 24, 2017

A solitary leaf pokes out of rock along a creek Sunday in the Devil’s Eyebrow Natural Area in northe...

A solitary leaf pokes out of rock along a creek Sunday in the Devil’s Eyebrow Natural Area in northeast Benton County. The area is...

Published: July 24, 2017

A cluster of rose-gentian flowers bloom Sunday along the trail in the Devil’s Eyebrow Natural Area i...

A cluster of rose-gentian flowers bloom Sunday along the trail in the Devil’s Eyebrow Natural Area in northeast Benton County. The...

Published: July 24, 2017

Jennifer Ogle, a land management specialist with the Arkansas Natural Heritage Commission, hikes alo...

Jennifer Ogle, a land management specialist with the Arkansas Natural Heritage Commission, hikes along a spring-fed creek Sunday i...

Published: July 24, 2017

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