Rogers City Reporter
Caregivers and families now have more support and options available when someone with Alzheimer's, dementia or autism goes missing.
Cell phone service in the city may improve if a new policy is put into place this summer.
LOWELL -- The west side of the city will likely see more commercial development now that the Planning Commission approved rezoning 13 acres at 407 N. Goad Springs Road from estate residential single family and residential office to commercial.
ROGERS -- Lake Atalanta Park is another step closer to being entirely opened.
Plans and money for the Rogers Historical Museum renovation are in the home stretch.
When 15-year-old Misa told her mother, Margarita Fontana, she wanted to open an Anime Cafe, the last response she expected was "OK!"
District court sees growing numbers
Rogers District Court Judge Chris Griffin wants to hold people accountable for their actions. He also wants his court to be service oriented.
Students give pieces of themselves for cancer victims
Dozens of students sat cross-legged as they chattered and gestured animatedly to each other in the lobby of Westside Elementary School in Rogers. They all wore matching light green T-shirts and brightly colored rubber bands held chunks of the students' hair together, mostly at the shoulder-length level.
Damage costs are rolling in now that the storms are over.
Work to restore the remainder of Lake Atalanta Park's damaged roads and trails will continue now that the south side of the park has opened, Parks and Recreation Director Jim White said Wednesday.