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Registration for summer camps open across NWA

BENTONVILLE, Ark. — We are about a month away from the last day of school, and many parents may be wondering what their kids will do with those long summer days. Now is the time to get your kids signed up for summer camps.

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2 cases of canine distemper force Springdale shelter to close for week

SPRINGDALE -- Springdale Animal Services closed its shelter for the week after finding two cases of canine distemper. Courtney Kremer, director of animal services, closed the shelter, and all dogs are being monitored on site for symptoms.

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Boortz will be next School of Innovation principal

SPRINGDALE -- Kelly Boortz will assume the top job at the Tyson School of Innovation this summer. Boortz, the school's assistant principal, will take over as principal, the School District announced Monday. She'll replace Shannon Tisher, who is moving to the central office for an assistant superinte

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Baseball Eagles defeat Lincoln 13-7 on annual Senior Night

Huntsville (13-6, 5-3) wrapped up the regular season baseball schedule Monday with a 13-7 win over Lincoln (7-17) for Senior Night. The Eagles honored their seniors before the game.

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Sundays on the farm meant a good dinner

When I was growing up on the farm in the 1940s and 1950s, we tended to have certain days for certain things to do. For instance, Mondays were wash days for my mother. She would do the whole week's washing on Monday, and typically didn't run the washer again until the next Monday. That meant doing se

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Sheryl Crow, Jason Isbell & The 400 Unit coming to Rogers Walmart AMP in August

ROGERS, Ark. — Grammy Award winner Sheryl Crow is coming to the Walmart AMP this August. Crow will be joined by Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit on Aug. 30. Tickets go on sale this Friday, April 26 at 10 a.m.

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JB Hunt Drivers Honored for Safe Driving

LOWELL, Ark. (KNWA) - It was a celebration of safety Tuesday in Lowell. JB Hunt honored 53 drivers at its annual Million Mile Ceremony for surpassing 2 million safe miles within the past year.

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Officials agree Arkansas' forfeiture law is unfair

FAYETTEVILLE -- A new law intended to allow more people to get their seized property back from the government contains too many loopholes to be effective, critics say. And the new legislation, which takes effect later this year, does nothing to address what defense lawyers call the biggest flaw in t

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Cooper Elementary fourth graders enjoy annual fish outing

The fourth graders from Cooper Elementary School went on a school outing Friday, April 12, to Tanyard Creek and Lake Windsor to try their hand at fishing and learning about the different species of aquatic life found in Bella Vista lakes and streams.

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Invitation withdrawn for constituent hoping to attend Tom Cotton 'town hall'

TOUGH TALKING TOM: A constituent finds it hard to get in his "town hall" to ask questions. A reader reports that the 'town hall' Benton County Republican Women have been promoting Thursday in Rogers for U.S. Sen. Tom Cotton seems more likely to be a pep rally than a forum for searching questions of

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Pioneers win two after being shut out at Springdale

GENTRY -- After being shut out by Shiloh Christian, 15-0, on April 15, the Gentry Pioneers came back to defeat Life Way Christian, 8-3, and Greenland, 6-5, during play last week.

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Rogers library to host book presentation

ROGERS -- Phillip Howerton, an English professor at Missouri State University, will present a program about his book, The Literature of the Ozarks: An Anthology, at 6:30 p.m. today at the Rogers Public Library, 711 S. Dixieland Road, according to a news release.

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UAMS celebrates 20 years of Schmieding Center in Springdale

The University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) honored the legacy of Lawrence Schmieding on Tuesday (April 23) and the 20th anniversary of the UAMS Schmieding Center for Senior Health and Education in Springdale.

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PREP TRACK: Pea Ridge sweeps 4A-1 Conference titles

PEA RIDGE -- Pea Ridge's boys used the 200-meter dash to give the rest of their 4A-1 Conference competition the three-count. Connor Escajeda, Cooper Elliott and Patrick Elliott took the top three spots in that race and led the Blackhawks to their third conference track championship during Monday's m

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Pump track time trial series underway at Runway Bike Park

A six-week pump track time trial series began Thursday at the Runway Bike Park at The Jones Center in Springdale. The series takes place each Thursday at 6 p.m. through May 23.

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Bella Vista Happy About New 'Stump Dump' Progress but Concerned about Continued Damage to the City

BELLA VISTA, Ark. (KNWA) - The Arkansas Department Of Environmental Quality (ADEQ) announces the Trafalgar Road fire will be put out within the year. Residents say they are happy to see progress but new problems have been created since the ADEQ came to town.

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Good Day NWA: Bentonville High School Performs "Les Misérables"

It's an epic story and a legendary broadway musical. Now, "Les Mis" has been adapted to meet the needs of young performers. Watch as members of Bentonville High School Theater perform a song from "Les Misérables" under the direction of Justin Scheuer.

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Benton County set to open a youth shelter for teenage boys

BENTONVILLE, Ark. (AP) - Officials are planning to open a shelter at the Benton County juvenile detention center for teenage boys who need a place to stay. The Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette reports that the Alternative Placement Adolescent Center in Bentonville will house eight boys between ag

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Children's Safety Center Honors Memory of Over 10,000 Child Abuse Survivors

SPRINGDALE, Ark. (KNWA) - Over 10,000 handprints line the walls of the Children's Safety Center of Washington County. Each handprint represents a local child who's a victim of abuse and went to the Children's Safety Center.

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