The mountain biking mission in Arkansas is world domination, Gary Vernon, program officer with the Walton Family Foundation, told a crowd of municipal officials and biking advocates Friday.
The Advertising and Promotions Commission agreed Thursday for Visit Bentonville to place money set aside for two purposes to be placed in two investment vehicles.
Bentonville proposal calls for nonresidents to pay more
Under a new plan presented to the City Council, people from outside the city who want to participate in Bentonville Parks and Recreation programs would pay more next year than residents do.
Affidavit: Mother says she was driving in wreck that killed daughter
A Springdale woman faces a negligent homicide charge after admitting she was driving the vehicle that crashed and killed her daughter, according to a probable cause affidavit.
The Planning Commission approved plans for the city's seventh fire station Tuesday evening.
The dam should be removed and Little Sugar Creek restored without a side channel lake, the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board voted Monday.
Non-city residents wanting to participate in Parks and Recreation programs will need to pay more next year than residents.
Successful people find a way to live beyond their limitations, Todd Kitchen, Northwest Arkansas Community College vice president for student services, told nearly 200 area high school students Wednesday.
One of the Wastewater Department's clarifiers is inoperable, causing the need for a $37,500 repair.
Students going through Northwest Arkansas Community College's two-year Child Advocacy Studies Program learn what it takes a professional five years to learn in the field, according to the leader of the Gundersen National Child Protection Training Center.