Melissa Gute

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Visit Bentonville holds inaugural bike summit

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.

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Visit Bentonville to gain interest

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.

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City looks at program-fee changes

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.

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Crowe faces negligent homicide charge

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.

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Commissioners OK fire station plans in Bentonville

The Planning Commission approved plans for the city's seventh fire station Tuesday evening.

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Bentonville board suggests creek restoration

The dam should be removed and Little Sugar Creek restored without a side channel lake, the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board voted Monday.

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Parks fees to increase for nonresidents

Non-city residents wanting to participate in Parks and Recreation programs will need to pay more next year than residents.

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Teen program preaches college potential

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.

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Emergency repair required for Bentonville wastewater clarifier

One of the Wastewater Department's clarifiers is inoperable, causing the need for a $37,500 repair.

National group recognizes NWACC CAST program

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.

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