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Rogers Planners Say Conditional Use Permit Necessary Tool

Subscriber onlyROGERS -- Conditional use permits are tools city planners use to address zoning issues for businesses operators who want to locate in an area not zoned for a specific use. Continue reading...

Removing Elected Officials Complex

Subscriber onlyROGERS -- A motion to intervene in a lawsuit filed against the city by City Attorney Ben Lipscomb asks a federal judge find Lipscomb isn't qualified to serve in the position. Continue reading...

Rogers Residents Claim City Attorney Is Not A City Resident

Subscriber onlyROGERS -- Ben Lipscomb is not qualified to be the Rogers city attorney, nor should he be paid a salary and benefits, according to a motion to intervene filed Monday in U. S. District Court. Continue reading...

Residents File Complaint Against Rogers City Attorney

Subscriber onlyROGERS -- Two residents claim in a complaint filed Monday that Ben Lipscomb is not qualified to be the city attorney and should not be paid his salary and benefits. Continue reading...

Rogers Library Kiosk Painted Wrong Color, Returned For New Paint

Subscriber onlyROGERS -- A paint error led to a delay in installing a kiosk that would allow Rogers Public Library patrons to pick up books while at the Rogers Activity Center. Continue reading...

Sales Tax Revenue Climbs In All Four Big Cities

Subscriber onlySales tax revenue was up in the four largest cities in Washington and Benton counties -- for the month and year -- with Springdale topping the list. Continue reading...

Rogers Considers Starting An Innovation Hub

Subscriber onlyROGERS -- A proposal under consideration by city leaders may lead to an incubator for ideas for downtown Rogers. Continue reading...

Rogers Public Art Commissioners Excited About Public Art Possibilities

Subscriber onlyROGERS -- Public art commissioners are beginning the organizational process, but have high expectations the program will be successful. Continue reading...

Goodwin Honored For Years Of Service To Rogers

Subscriber onlyROGERS -- Bob Goodwin served 29 years on Rogers City Council, and helped guide the city through a period of unprecedented growth. Continue reading...

Rogers Car Collector Ordered To Clean Property

Subscriber onlyROGERS -- Danny Wall has said he collects cars, boats, motorcycles, trucks and recreation vehicles at his 3512 S. First St. home. Continue reading...

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Steve Glass, left, Rogers director of planning and transportation, leads David Hook, facilities deve...

Steve Glass, left, Rogers director of planning and transportation, leads David Hook, facilities development manager, Lance Jobe, c...

Published: October 5, 2013

John Mack, building owner, checks out the flooring in the balcony of the former opera house in Roger...

John Mack, building owner, checks out the flooring in the balcony of the former opera house in Rogers. There were no chairs in the...

Published: February 21, 2013

Cheryl Rust of Halloween Express waves to motorists last week at the Walnut Street and Dixieland Roa...

Cheryl Rust of Halloween Express waves to motorists last week at the Walnut Street and Dixieland Road intersection in Rogers. Roge...

Published: October 3, 2012

Cheryl Rust, a sign dancer for Halloween Express, waves last week to motorists at the intersection o...

Cheryl Rust, a sign dancer for Halloween Express, waves last week to motorists at the intersection of Walnut Street and Dixieland ...

Published: October 1, 2012

Jim Sawyer looks Friday at tree at 1103 W. Olrich St. trimmed back from electric lines at 10th and O...

Jim Sawyer looks Friday at tree at 1103 W. Olrich St. trimmed back from electric lines at 10th and Olrich streets by Asplundh Tree...

Published: September 15, 2012

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