Melissa Gute

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More commuters pedaling to work

Subscriber onlyBen Craig may add one or two minutes to his daily commute when he pedals his bike rather than drive his car, but he enjoys the freedom riding a bike brings. Continue reading...

Bentonville corner to grow with Osage Park

Subscriber onlyThe corner of Southwest I and Southwest 14th streets is one step closer to becoming an area of outdoor activity as the Planning Commission approved plans for Osage Park on Tuesday. Continue reading...

NWACC tuition remains as is

Subscriber onlyBENTONVILLE -- Northwest Arkansas Community College students will not see an increase in tuition or fees next school year. Continue reading...

Foundation funds Chamber economic development effort

Subscriber onlyBENTONVILLE -- The Greater Bentonville Area Chamber of Commerce launched on Friday an economic development initiative with the help of a Walton Family Foundation grant. Continue reading...

Bentonville's animal shelter task force takes shape

Subscriber onlyBENTONVILLE -- The three elected members of the new Animal Shelter Task Force met for the first time Friday to organize the work ahead of it. Continue reading...

Housing initiative concludes with design competition in Bentonville

Architects from around the country showed off their ideas Thursday on creating more affordable housing options in Northwest Arkansas. Continue reading...

Clerk, commissioners to see pay increase in Bentonville

The city clerk and Planning Commission members will receive a boost in pay for their service to the city starting in January. Continue reading...

Changes coming to Bentonville's development review process

Subscriber onlyBENTONVILLE -- Modifications to the city's development review process will make it more efficient, two staff members told the City Council on Monday. Continue reading...

Rogers girls study career paths available in construction

Subscriber onlyBENTONVILLE -- There's more to the construction industry than sawing wood and nailing boards, and it's a field open to people from many walks of life, nearly 200 students from the Rogers School District learned last week. Continue reading...

Construction not 'just a man's game'

There's more to the construction industry than sawing wood and nailing boards, and it's a field open to people from many walks of life, nearly 200 students from the Rogers School District learned last week. Continue reading...

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