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Back in 1999 when I decided to shut down my law office in Fayetteville and see what other opportunities might be available, the common wisdom was that the days of the solo practitioner were coming to an end.
Mon Jul 28, 2014
Sun Jul 27, 2014
Tyson, plant's workers closer to settlement
A federal judge in Tennessee has given preliminary approval for a settlement in which Tyson Foods would pay $7.75 million to workers at the company's Goodlettsville facility.
Tue Jul 22, 2014
Log Cabin Democrat
Yesterdays July 23
Filtered water from the new 750,000-gallon "clear well," just completed as a part of the $140,000 PWA waterworks improvement project, flowed into Conway city mains for the first time today.
Sun Jul 20, 2014
City Officials Promote Safety With Course At Siloam Springs Whitewater Park
Following a drowning at the Siloam Springs Whitewater Recreation Park in June, city officials invited trained professionals out to the park to teach a swift water rescue class.
Siloam Springs Whitewater Park Holds Water Safety Class
The river is a fast-flowing rapid and the city say's it's important for the public to be prepared on the water.
Charter School A Possibility
The district is considering applying to the Arkansas Department of Education for a conversion charter school that would teach manufacturing trade skills, assistant superintendent Jody Wiggins reported at Thursday's school board meeting.
How We See It: Quorum Court Will Try Again To Find Ambulance Dollars
Benton County's Quorum Court will make yet another run at raising new money to help pay for ambulance services in rural, unincorporated areas.
Fri Jul 18, 2014
Cafe on Broadway
Recent efforts to revitalize downtown Siloam Springs have enlivened area businesses and residents.
Don't Sweat It
From the booming food truck business in Fayetteville to culinary expertise taking hold in Bentonville kitchens, our corner of the state is gaining regional and national recognition for its eats.
Thu Jul 17, 2014
Fill The Bus Set For Friday, Saturday In Northwest Arkansas
United Way of Northwest Arkansas will collect school supplies Friday and Saturday during the Fill the Bus event, formerly known as Stuff the Bus.
Wed Jul 16, 2014
Siloam Springs agrees on new safety plan for water park
SILOAM SPRINGS CITY LEADERS SAY TONIGHT THEY'VE GOT A NEW PLAN TO TACKLE SAFETY AT THE WHITEWATER RECREATION PARK, TWO DAYS AFTER 40/29 NEWS ASKED FOR ANSWERS.
Sun Jul 13, 2014
Northwest Arkansas Journalists Win State Awards
Several journalists and columnists who work to produce the four, local daily newspapers in Northwest Arkansas won awards Saturday in the Arkansas Press Association's Better Newspaper Contest.
He was being held in the Benton County Jail on Saturday with no bond set. a Leon Blackfox, 38, of 202524 Arkansas 244 in Siloam Springs was arrested Friday in connection with failure to pay child support.
Fri Jul 11, 2014
Siloam Springs doesn't have concrete safety plan for park
It's been a week since the city of Siloam Springs said it would hold water safety meetings after a teenager drowned near the new Whitewater Recreation park IT'S BEEN A WEEK SINCE THE CITY OF SILOAM SPRINGS SAID IT WOULD HOLD WATER SAFETY MEETINGS AFTER A TEENAGER DROWNED NEAR THE NEW WHITEWATER RECREATION PARK.
Thu Jul 10, 2014
The City Wire
July includes NWA Music on the Move, Dream Big Gala
Northwest Arkansas will enjoy Music on the Move, Stuff the Bus, Dream Big Charity Gala, and an Unplugged Concert in the coming weeks.
Richardson to headline benefit for camp
The Arkansas Support Network Summer Gala: An Evening With Nolan Richardson, scheduled for July 25 at the Fayetteville Town Center, will benefit the nonprofit organization's KidsClub.
Tue Jul 08, 2014
The City Wire
Allens changes name to Sager Creek Vegetable Company
Allens, an iconic name in Arkansas' business history, is changing its moniker effective immediately to Sager Creek Vegetable Company as part of new ownership and management changes.
Benton County Set To Receive $200,000 Belly Plow
Two Arkansas legislators from Benton County have presented checks totaling $200,000 to the Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department for a new belly plow, according to a news release Tuesday .
Mon Jul 07, 2014
Benton County Eyes Special Election Limits
The Quorum Court's Legislative Committee has included limiting special elections to no more than two days a year on its "wish list" of topics to be brought up in next year's regular session of the state Legislature.