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Horse association launches athletic careers

When working with a horse as a teammate, communication during a competition requires more than words, said Addison Guess, a 13-year-old rider from Bentonville.

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Committee begins planning for College Avenue transformation

FAYETTEVILLE -- City officials, residents and design firm consultants met Thursday to begin a year-long planning process to transform College Avenue into the city's hub for urban development.

Police arrest two Fayetteville women in connection with robbery

Police arrested two women Monday after a man told police he was robbed while selling them a phone he advertised on Craigslist, according to preliminary arrest reports.

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Raising age lets Arkansas center help more teen moms

Springdale home finds ample clients

Sade Danie imagined being a married woman living in a stable home environment when she became a mother.

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Compassion House changes age policy, opens Elm Springs home to pregnant women

Sade Danie imagined being a married woman living in a stable home environment when she became a mother.

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University's international students experience July 4th holiday

The inclusive nature of a small neighborhood parade altered Fulbright scholar Sima Niro's perspective of Fourth of July festivities and American culture, she said.

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Competitive shooters tested for safety knowledge, marksmanship in Northwest Arkansas

Some people view guns as instruments designed to kill, but Chad Livingston, a parent and shooting coach from Tifton, Ga., considers guns as sporting equipment when used properly, he said.

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Competitive shooters tested for gun safety knowledge, marksmanship in Rogers

Some people view guns as instruments designed to kill, but Chad Livingston, a parent and shooting coach from Tifton, Ga., considers guns as sporting equipment when used properly, he said.

Fayetteville police investigating trail death as suicide

FAYETTEVILLE -- Police found a body Monday morning near the Lake Fayetteville Nature Trail, Cpl. Dallas Brashears, police spokesman, said.

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City officials designate days, hours for residential fireworks

Mitchell Wilbern thinks the best fireworks are "the big and loud kind" that pop incessantly. Some of his neighbors disagree.

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