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Wal-Mart director picked for U.S. attorney in Western District of Arkansas

President Donald Trump has nominated an ethics and compliance director at Wal-Mart Stores Inc. to be the next U.S. attorney for the Western District of Arkansas.

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Arkansas prison escapee found 3 months later at N.C. motel

An Arkansas prison escapee was captured early Tuesday morning by U.S. marshals in North Carolina.

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Contentious signs jettisoned in north Arkansas city; one called diversity 'code word for white genocide'

2-year renewal fee lapses at transportation agency

When she offered two billboards for lease on her family farm near Harrison three years ago, Carrie Myers said she had no idea they would be emblazoned with racially tinged messages.

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Assignment: New use for 1857 barn

Springdale’s old stagecoach stop becomes fall project for architecture students

SPRINGDALE -- Architecture students from Louisiana will come up with plans to redesign a historic Arkansas stagecoach stop.

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Arkansas architecture students make plans to redesign historic stagecoach stop

Springdale’s old stagecoach stop becomes fall project for architecture students

Architecture students from Louisiana will come up with plans to redesign a historic Arkansas stagecoach stop.

Wanted man jailed after police fire shots outside Arkansas Wal-Mart

The Huntsville Police Department has asked the Arkansas State Police to investigate an officer-involved shooting that occurred Tuesday outside a Wal-Mart Supercenter.

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Theft disrobes Arkansas park's trees; artist vows to replace colorful acrylic afghans

All the trees are nude in North Main Music Park.

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UA ready to sell land donated in 1871

BALDWIN -- For sale: 40 acres donated to Arkansas in 1871 for an "agricultural university" in Washington County.

Arkansas arrowhead digger gets probation for illegally excavating prehistoric bluff shelters

A Crawford County man has been sentenced to five years' probation for illegally excavating prehistoric bluff shelters in the Ozark-St. Francis National Forest.

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University of Arkansas ready to sell land donated in 1871

40 acres for ‘agricultural university’

For sale: 40 acres donated to Arkansas in 1871 for an "agricultural university" in Washington County.

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Cathie Brown removes pies Friday from the oven at the Oark Grocery and Cafe, where she works. Brown ...

Cathie Brown removes pies Friday from the oven at the Oark Grocery and Cafe, where she works. Brown hasn't been able to get to her...

Published: May 7, 2017

Margot Mayer (left) and Bobbi Bins discuss rental properties in downtown Eureka Springs on Thursday ...

Margot Mayer (left) and Bobbi Bins discuss rental properties in downtown Eureka Springs on Thursday while in the bar of DeVito’s R...

Published: June 27, 2016

Kelli J. Zumwalt, co-owner of K.J.’s Caribe Restaurant in Eureka Springs who is pictured here Thursd...

Kelli J. Zumwalt, co-owner of K.J.’s Caribe Restaurant in Eureka Springs who is pictured here Thursday, said she worried she might...

Published: June 27, 2016

Dakota Buck leads a ghost tour Wednesday in front of Penn castle in Eureka Springs. Neighbors have c...

Dakota Buck leads a ghost tour Wednesday in front of Penn castle in Eureka Springs. Neighbors have complained Haunted Eureka Sprin...

Published: May 31, 2016

The old bridge is a safety issue, in particular, because it’s so narrow, said Steve Lawrence, distri...

The old bridge is a safety issue, in particular, because it’s so narrow, said Steve Lawrence, district engineer for the highway de...

Published: April 17, 2016

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