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Rogers museum officials find new hope in building

Subscriber onlyRogers Historical Museum officials started developing plans for an expansion in 2005, but as the years went by, executing the plan became more and more difficult, said John Burroughs, museum director. Continue reading...

New vision of Rogers' downtown plots 4 zones

Subscriber onlyResidents and city officials have unveiled the latest version of a plan for Rogers' downtown: the creation of four districts, each with different zoning to create different experiences for residents and visitors. Continue reading...

Draft Rogers downtown plan presented

Subscriber only Residents and city officials were presented the latest version of the Roger's downtown plan during three meetings Tuesday. Continue reading...

Rogers fire station opens

Subscriber onlyAbout 150 people applauded as a bell rang Tuesday to signal the opening of a fire station on New Hope Road. Continue reading...

Northwest Arkansas cities regulate firework use

Subscriber onlyMany Northwest Arkansas residents will have a span of a few days this week and weekend to legally set off fireworks in recognition of the Independence Day holiday. Continue reading...

Rogers has designs on two properties

City plans to renovate building for museum, use part of other parcel for road

Subscriber onlyThe city of Rogers is gearing up to spend about $1 million to buy two downtown proprieties, Mayor Greg Hines said last week. Continue reading...

Rezoning part of Rogers downtown plan

Subscriber only Business owner Kathryn Greenlee shuffled through a pile of mail Thursday as she searched for a thick envelope sent by the city. Continue reading...

Ordinances reduce city attorney duties

Rogers’ legal advisers get new roles

Subscriber onlyThe Rogers City Council has unanimously approved ordinances reducing the authority of the city attorney and giving more power to its staff attorney. Continue reading...

Rogers purchasing downtown property

Subscriber onlyROGERS The city is in the process of spending about $1 million to buy two downtown properties that could add amenities in the future, Mayor Greg Hines said Wednesday. Continue reading...

Mayor: City of Rogers under contract to buy Morning News building

Subscriber onlyThe city of Rogers entered into a contract Tuesday to purchase the former Rogers Morning News building for $729,900, Mayor Greg Hines said. Continue reading...

Rogers approves new duties for city attorneys

Subscriber onlyROGERS -- The City Council unanimously approved ordinances Tuesday to reduce the authority of the city attorney and give more power to its staff attorney. Continue reading...

Rogers to review city attorney position

Subscriber onlyThree ordinances will go before the Rogers City Council tonight that would redefine the city and staff attorney positions, if approved, officials said. Continue reading...

Lowell discussing Sunday alcohol sales

City weighs Sunday retail options

Subscriber onlyCity officials have begun talks about what it would take for the city to allow retail alcohol sales on Sunday. Continue reading...

Rogers talk focuses on historic hotel

Subscriber onlyROGERS -- The yellow bricks of the Lane Hotel could be seen through the window as Kay Calvin Sanford talked about growing up in the building during a Rogers History Club event Thursday night. Continue reading...

Development in Pleasant Grove area of Rogers picks up

Subscriber onlyROGERS -- Plans for retail growth in the Pleasant Crossing area continue with the Planning Commission's approval Tuesday of an 18,000-square-foot building. Continue reading...

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