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Rogers Library Board Declines Church Partnership

Subscriber onlyROGERS -- The Library Board declined Tuesday to partner with Christ For the World Church in an after-school food program for at-risk children. Continue reading...

Gateway Planning Works With Rogers Building Owner On Renovation Plan

Subscriber onlyROGERS -- The economic development plan for downtown is a project in the works, but Gateway Planning officials -- who are developing the plan -- are already working with a building owner to ensure his development fits the basic plan. Continue reading...

Tontitown Officials Vow To Fight Deannexation Of 30 Acres

Subscriber onlyFirst Security Bank representatives have requested nearly 39 acres of bank-owned property in Tontitown be de-annexed, citing inadequate police and fire protection, and lack of water and sewer service. Continue reading...

Rogers Toy Manufacturer Closes Manufacturing Facility

Official Says Company Plans To Honor Obligations To Creditor, State

Subscriber onlyROGERS -- Redman & Associates sent pink slips to 14 of it 24 employees Friday and closed its manufacturing facility at 1300 N. Dixieland Road, according to a spokesman with the Arkansas Department of Economic Development. Continue reading...

Rogers Merchants Form Association To Bring More People Downtown

Subscriber onlyROGERS -- Downtown business owners will pool their money, time and talents to create the Downtown Merchants Association. It 's an effort to find ways to bring people downtown to shop. Continue reading...

Rogers Street Improvement On Dixieland Road To Begin This Month

Subscriber onlyROGERS -- The signs warning of street construction on Dixieland Road between New Hope Road and Walnut Street have been in place for more than three months without any sign of construction, but that's about to change. Continue reading...

Rogers Commissioners Approve Three-Building Plaza

Subscriber onlyROGERS -- A three-building plaza stretching from the Pinnacle Country Club subdivision to the roundabout on Pauline Whitaker Parkway was approved Tuesday by planning commissioners. Continue reading...

Rogers Official Begin Work On 2015 Budget

Subscriber onlyROGERS -- Establishing a multimillion dollar city budget is a long process that includes department heads, the mayor, the finance director, aldermen and residents. Continue reading...

Rogers Mayor Addresses Media In Regards To City Attorney Behavior

Subscriber onlyROGERS -- A former city employee told Rogers police that Ben Lipscomb, city attorney, gave him a prescription drug on more than one occasion, according to documents released Friday by Mayor Greg Hines. Continue reading...

City Of Rogers, Main Street Organization Plan Train Ride To Football Game

Subscriber onlyROGERS -- Razorback football ticket holders may have the opportunity in November to combine a train ride and a football game. Continue reading...

Rogers Aldermen Approve Contract For Monte Ne Road Project

Subscriber onlyROGERS -- Aldermen approved a $2.8 million contract with Decco Inc. to widen and improve Monte Ne Road from New Hope Road to Gum Street, which marks the beginning of major changes coming to the east side of the city. Continue reading...

Rogers Mayor's Youth Council Seeks Students For Program

Subscriber onlyROGERS -- Rogers Mayor's Youth Council will give 10 high school students an opportunity to get a first-hand look at local government and how it functions. Continue reading...

Lake Atalanta Renovation Plan In Rogers On Hold

Subscriber onlyROGERS -- Dredging vLake Atalanta may not happen until next year, city officials said. Continue reading...

Springdale Tops Region In Sales Tax Percentage Increase

Subscriber onlySpringdale was the regional leader in sales tax revenue percentage increase this month with Bentonville and Rogers revenue down slightly and Fayetteville up just over 1 percent. Continue reading...

Kendall Makes A Run For Second Term On Rogers City Council

Subscriber onlyROGERS -- Incumbent Clay Kendall is running for his second term representing Ward 3, Position 1 on the City Council. Continue reading...

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