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Homeless camp closure brings mixed results, new energy to service providers

A camp of about 100 homeless people, likely the largest in the region, is gone. The people are still around, and the work to house them and more than 1,000 others continues, service groups and campers said.

Centers partner to improve care for assault victims

Three centers and a health system in Northwest Arkansas have partnered to provide better care for victims of sexual assault.

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Springdale district sees enrollment fall in some schools, rise in others

The School District has more students enrolled than ever, but some of its schools have seen student numbers fall from last year, district officials said at Tuesday's School Board meeting.

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Leaders' guilty pleas cast shadow over longstanding establishments

Two longstanding family establishments might outlast the public corruption scandal that brought convictions of their current or former leaders.

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Fayetteville Ward 2 candidates offer distinct visions for job

The city's three candidates to represent Ward 2 on the City Council told a small crowd Wednesday they'd take dramatically different tacks on the job.

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Homelessness battle fought by Samaritan's open door

A little piece of Northwest Arkansas' region-wide push to end homelessness is in Tiffany Myers' south Fayetteville apartment.

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Refugees seek higher education

A pair of refugee siblings in Northwest Arkansas have begun post-secondary education, a first among the more than 100 refugees who have come to the area in the past two years.

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Springdale district buys 56 acres near schools for future needs

The School District doubled the land it owns around Sonora Middle and Elementary schools for future needs on the east side of town.

NW Arkansas group working to keep Marshallese families together

A Marshall Islander community organization has started a program to help kids who are put up for adoption stay with extended family members nearby rather than going to non-Marshallese families somewhere else.

Marshallese coalition begins adoption program to keep kids within families

A Marshall Islander community organization has started a program to help kids who are put up for adoption stay with extended family members nearby rather than going to non-Marshallese families somewhere else.

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TJ West (right), a recent participant in the Pathway to Freedom re-entry program for Arkansas prison...

TJ West (right), a recent participant in the Pathway to Freedom re-entry program for Arkansas prison inmates before and after rele...

Published: August 4, 2017

Isaac Ogle (right) and his wife, Jennifer, explore a bluff shelter along a spring-fed creek Sunday i...

Isaac Ogle (right) and his wife, Jennifer, explore a bluff shelter along a spring-fed creek Sunday in the Devil’s Eyebrow Natural ...

Published: July 24, 2017

A solitary leaf pokes out of rock along a creek Sunday in the Devil’s Eyebrow Natural Area in northe...

A solitary leaf pokes out of rock along a creek Sunday in the Devil’s Eyebrow Natural Area in northeast Benton County. The area is...

Published: July 24, 2017

A cluster of rose-gentian flowers bloom Sunday along the trail in the Devil’s Eyebrow Natural Area i...

A cluster of rose-gentian flowers bloom Sunday along the trail in the Devil’s Eyebrow Natural Area in northeast Benton County. The...

Published: July 24, 2017

Jennifer Ogle, a land management specialist with the Arkansas Natural Heritage Commission, hikes alo...

Jennifer Ogle, a land management specialist with the Arkansas Natural Heritage Commission, hikes along a spring-fed creek Sunday i...

Published: July 24, 2017

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