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Rare virus affects kids in 2 states

Subscriber onlyA rare strain of enterovirus detected in Missouri and Illinois has the ability to cause severe respiratory illness in children and spread to other states, U.S. Assistant Surgeon General Anne Schuchat said during a news briefing Monday. Continue reading...

Holiday Island offers site for hospital

Subscriber onlyEureka Springs Hospital has the option to build a new facility in Holiday Island, where developer Tom Dees has offered to donate land if the hospital's plans to build in Eureka Springs fall through. Continue reading...

Nursing school’s mannequin simulates childbirth

Subscriber onlyHope Ballentine demonstrated how to deliver a baby as the University of Arkansas’ newest mannequin yelled in pain while it simulated childbirth Thursday. Continue reading...

Providers seek data analysis

Physicians adjust to Medicare task

Subscriber onlyWhen James Zini opened his medical practice in Mountain View 36 years ago, electronic health records and data analysis weren't part of the practice. Continue reading...

Carroll County Fair endures

Both old and young say fun is still the main tradition

Subscriber onlyBuck Pyatt watched as a team of horses trotted down Main Street in Berryville on Saturday as the Carroll County Fair kicked off with its annual parade. Continue reading...

Grant goal: Better education for state's diabetic islanders

Subscriber onlyAn estimated 25 percent to 40 percent of Marshallese adults living in Northwest Arkansas have Type II diabetes, and typical health programs to mitigate the disease are having little success, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences officials said this week. Continue reading...

JBU unveils plan for college with a helping-others focus

John Brown University in Siloam Springs announced the formation of the College of Education and Human Services during an event Tuesday. Continue reading...

Tribe gets $29.6 million from U.S. in health suit

Subscriber onlyThe Cherokee Nation will soon be receiving a $29.6 million check from Indian Health Services after negotiations ended in a settlement last week, tribe officials said Wednesday. Continue reading...

Health center contract gets district's OK

Subscriber onlyThe Mansfield School Board approved a new lease agreement with Mercy Clinic Fort Smith on July 1 after terminating a previous contract with the health care provider in March. Continue reading...

State moves to pave last gravel highway

Agency to first study bat populations along Arkansas 220

Subscriber onlyThe Arkansas Highway and Transportation Department is taking steps to pave the last gravel state highway, according to highway officials. Continue reading...

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Mary Ley, communications director for the Bentonville School District, looks through survey results ...

Mary Ley, communications director for the Bentonville School District, looks through survey results Tuesday in Bentonville.

Published: January 9, 2013

Mary Ley, communications director for the Bentonville School District, looks through survey results ...

Mary Ley, communications director for the Bentonville School District, looks through survey results Tuesday.

Published: January 8, 2013

Bentonville Superintendent Michael Poore working from the roof Wednesday morning.

Bentonville Superintendent Michael Poore working from the roof Wednesday morning.

Published: December 19, 2012

Bentonville school officials sign a beam Friday that will be placed in a new junior high school. The...

Bentonville school officials sign a beam Friday that will be placed in a new junior high school. The facility is planned to open a...

Published: October 27, 2012

The scene of a manhunt Tuesday in Pea Ridge.

The scene of a manhunt Tuesday in Pea Ridge.

Published: July 24, 2012

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