Laurinda Joenks

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Springdale's Animal Shelter still looking for home

Subscriber only Stray and missing animals are still looking for their future home. City Council members on Monday forwarded for a vote a proposed location for a new animal shelter on Huntsville Avenue. Continue reading...

City Council OKs tax rebate for Springdale company expansion

Subscriber onlyAn expansion for Springdale company TruTrak Flight Systems is taking off. Continue reading...

Goade retiring as Springdale Public Works director

Subscriber onlySPRINGDALE -- Sam Goade is finally off the streets of Springdale. Continue reading...

Fayetteville Lions saving sight for 95 years

Subscriber onlySydney Bailey recalled her best moment as a member of the Fayetteville Lions Club. Continue reading...

Planning Commission approves unique neighborhood in Springdale

Subscriber onlyThe Planning Commission on Tuesday night voted 7-0 to approve the layout of a subdivision with a new concept. Continue reading...

Springdale airport project closer to take off

Subscriber only The City Council took the first steps Monday night toward an airport expansion. Continue reading...

Springdale councilman seeks re-election

Subscriber onlySPRINGDALE -- Mike Lawson is seeking re-election to the City Council. Continue reading...

Springdale council rejects rezoning appeals

Subscriber onlyThe City Council took no action Tuesday night on appeals of two Planning Commission decisions. Both involved rezoning land, and the council's inaction meant the appeal requests were denied. Continue reading...

Rodeo depends on local sponsors

Subscriber onlyThe Rodeo of the Ozarks wouldn't happen without local sponsors spurring the riders on, said Rick Culver, executive director of the annual event. Continue reading...

Ride 'Em, Cowboy!

Rodeo of the Ozarks spurs on competition

Subscriber only"It's a motorcycle comedy act, but I don't want to give it away," says Troy Lerwill, doing exactly that for readers planning to attend the 74th annual Rodeo of the Ozarks. Continue reading...

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