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Del Monte Foods announces sale of Sager Creek, Siloam Springs operating facility to close down

One Siloam Springs operating facility will close immediately and 238 jobs will go with it as a result of the Del Monte Food's sale of its Sager Creek vegetable business, the company announced Thursday.

Springdale Police investigate man’s death

SPRINGDALE — Police are investigating a man’s death Thursday evening, according to a press release.

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Broyles tribute set for Saturday

The public is welcome to what the University of Arkansas Fayetteville is calling a celebration of life following the passing of Coach Frank Broyles.

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No glasses? No problem. Craft projects provide alternatives to viewing eclipse

Clouds or clear skies, the Aug. 21 eclipse has the potential to permanently damage unprotected eyes and one Fayetteville native wants to make sure young ones are protecting their sight.

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Bentonville in "beta stages" of film production, but getting the ball rolling

A cloudless Sunday sky offered no relief to the production crew shuffling two cameras and three actors through traffic and around the Bentonville square earlier this month. After their hour-long lunch break, everyone was back to work creating FREDI, a family-friendly action-adventure slated to hit theaters in the summer of 2018.

Man arrested in connection with robbery, fleeing police

Fayetteville Police arrested a homeless man in connection with armed robbery and fleeing Sunday morning, according to a police report.

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Man arrested in connection with robbery, fleeing police

Fayetteville police arrested a homeless man in connection with armed robbery and fleeing Sunday morning, according to a police report.

Fayetteville couple arrested in connection with Dickson Street beating

FAYETTEVILLE -- Police arrested a couple Wednesday in connection with a Dickson Street assault.

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Hundreds march in Fayetteville to support science

From chemistry lab to the streets, grassroots march attracts 500

Zachary Renfro's voice surfaced above the crowd as the University of Arkansas sophomore chanted into a megaphone, leading an estimated crowd of 500 through Saturday's drizzle down Dickson Street and into a University of Arkansas auditorium for the first March for Science NWA.

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Benton County road closings

Commuters are encouraged to watch out for road closings on both sides of Bentonville going into the weekend.

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Andrew Williams slates a shot in the production of Future Robotics Engineering Design Innovation or ...

Andrew Williams slates a shot in the production of Future Robotics Engineering Design Innovation or FREDI, for short, on the Bento...

Published: July 27, 2017

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