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Melissa Gute

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Bentonville Community Center hits 1 million visits

City officials knew the Bentonville Community Center would get a lot of use, but they didn't know just how much.

Bentonville Planning Commission OKs sign and address ordinance amendments

Changes to the city's sign ordinance will help officials make sure pole signs are removed when a property is redeveloped.

Strong economy said drive hotel projects in area

A strong economy has sparked hotel construction in Northwest Arkansas.

Pact between two schools to accelerate registered nurse training

SPRINGDALE -- Northwest Technical Institute's licensed practical nursing students will be able to obtain their registered nursing licenses more quickly because of a new agreement with Northwest Arkansas Community College.

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Strong economy sparks hotel growth

A strong economy has sparked hotel construction in Northwest Arkansas.

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Northwest Technical Institute, Northwest Arkansas Community College partner for nursing programs

Northwest Technical Institute's licensed practical nursing students will be able to obtain their registered nursing license quicker because of a new agreement with Northwest Arkansas Community College.

Special election to fill vacant Bentonville council seat

Residents will choose the next representative for the empty Ward 3 seat as City Council opted for a special election rather than appoint someone to the position.

Positions part of Bentonville budget talks

BENTONVILLE -- A City Council member asked for city administrators to consider adding a position in next year's budget to assist the Planning and Building Inspection departments as their dwindling staffs struggle to keep up with a demanding workload.

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Bentonville enters co-working scene

The trend in co-working spaces is making its way from large cities to smaller regions and, in Northwest Arkansas, from Fayetteville to Bentonville, giving entrepreneurs and startup companies space and resources to grow their businesses.

Visit Bentonville juggles money for funding requests

BENTONVILLE -- The city's tourism commission is going to have to set aside more money if it wants to grant all the requests for events drawing visitors.

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