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story.lead_photo.caption Photo courtesy Mark Strickland Photography The Rogers High School Color Day for 2019 is Friday with the coronation beginning at 1:30 p.m. in King Arena. The Mounties will play the Bentonville West Wolverines that evening. The court includes Dawson Coonfield (from front left), ball bearer, and Kalyn Cox, crown bearer; Morgan Mahoney (second row), Devan MacNeel, Sophia Cicatiello, Wil Sims, king, Grace Carroll, queen, Alondra Contreras, Caroline Long and Camiran Brockhoff; Ally Figenskau (third row), Courtney Storey, Gabrielle Raphael, Evelyn Cardona, Arrington Floyd, Taia Alvis and Kaitlyn Ruiz; Will Liddell (fourth row), Ivan Hernandez, Kade Seldomridge, Yahir Munoz, Chris Francisco and Karsen Uecker; and Nick Wooten (back row), Conner Burns, Nathan Tharp, Joseph Park, Carson Leo and Andrew Hrin. Not pictured is Charles Noblin.

SHS Class of '79

plans for reunion

The Springdale High School Class of 1979 is planning a 40-year reunion, and the first reunion planning meeting will begin at 4 p.m. Feb. 9 at Sassafras Springs Vineyard, 6461 E. Guy Terry Road in Springdale.

Classmates are invited to follow the class Facebook page, or email Ken Robertson at with questions.

NWACC honors

gifts to community

Northwest Arkansas Community College in Bentonville is accepting nominations for the Honorary Associate Degree award.

This award recognizes individuals who exemplify outstanding service to the college and/or the community as well as service that enhances the quality of life that is outside of their normal occupational pursuits in at least one of the following areas:

• Educational Service: Recognizing outstanding service that enhances educational opportunities for the area or gives personal assistance which leads to the success of individuals in higher education.

• Humanitarian Service: Recognizing outstanding altruism that enhances the quality of life for others in the area.

• Servant Leadership: Recognizing outstanding service that goes "the second mile" beyond the paid job description in any area of leadership and that benefits others and/or enhances their leadership capabilities.

• Arts and Letters: Recognizing outstanding contributions to the arts in any form that enhances the quality of life in the area.

• Entrepreneurial Leadership: Recognizing outstanding contributions to business/industry through creative start-ups or new enterprises or through innovative management of business or industries.

Recipient(s) will be recognized during the college's annual commencement ceremony in May.

Nominations are open to the public and due by March 15. Nominations can be submitted online at

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NAN Our Town on 02/07/2019

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