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Melissa Gute

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Visit Bentonville supports cornhole event and bloggers summit

Advertising and Promotion commissioners agreed to spend $16,500 between two events; one that will bring attention to the Benton County Fairgrounds and another that will bring continued attention to the area's outdoor recreation opportunities.

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Bentonville Market District takes shape

The development of the 8th Street Market and Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art's plans for the former Kraft plant have sparked private development interest in the Market District faster than city officials anticipated.

Commissioners approve permit for liquor store at Bentonville market

A liquor store may set up shop in the 8th Street Market after the Planning Commission approved 6-1 a permit for the store at its meeting Tuesday.

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City’s new website a business resource

BENTONVILLE -- Bentonville created a website dedicated to economic development to attract more business to the community.

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NWACC graduates ready for next chapter

Veronica Garcia-Carvajal will likely have a bachelor's degree by the time she's 18 -- the age most people start college -- thanks to the opportunity she was afforded at Northwest Arkansas Community College.

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Bentonville offers historical preservation award

BENTONVILLE -- The city is accepting nominations for its first Historic Preservation Award to recognize those who have contributed to the preservation of the Bentonville's historic integrity, according to a news release.

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Bentonville Public Library reports record numbers

The Public Library continues to break records, its director reported to the City Council on Tuesday.

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Bentonville council mulls ward boundaries

BENTONVILLE -- The City Council has decided to redraw ward boundaries to even out their populations but hasn't yet decided exactly how.

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Mully movie more than inspires

BENTONVILLE -- Mully is more than a film. It's a call to action.

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BFF offers weekend youth activities

BENTONVILLE -- The school week has ended, and the Bentonville Film Festival's children and youth programming is just ramping up.

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