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A Lonely Outpost

Turbine in Prairie Grove a remnant of Arkansas wind power DAN HOLTMEYER dholtmeyer@nwadg.com The 100-foot wind turbine near the western edge of Prairie Grove stands as a guidepost, elaborate bird

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Flags Won’t Fly

Rogers High School bans flags from parking lot DAVE PEROZEK dperozek@nwadg.com Flags no longer are allowed in the Rogers High School parking lot, at least temporarily, following a controversy at

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A Stitch In Time

Spring means warm air, sunlight and kittens. Lots of kittens. Animal advocates refer to early spring as the beginning of kitten season. The feline reproductive cycle is influenced by warmer

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Road To Growth

A potential developer could put homes on lots half the size of those previously allowed and build around a proposed indirect connection from Rolling Hills Drive to Crossover Road under

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Five Minutes, Five Questions with Colson Whitehead

Author Colson Whitehead burst on the scene in 1999 with his novel “The Intuitionist,” a New York Times Notable Book that Kirkus Review called “a dizzyingly-high-concept debut of genuine originality”

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We love Rolling Hills: Rezoning proposal stokes debate

Big-picture discussions about city planning and how to accommodate growth stemmed from the first reading April 17 of an ordinance to rezone about 20 wooded acres on the northeast side

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Arts Assets

A pilot program will seek to elevate and connect artists through grants and professional development, further enhancing Northwest Arkansas’ cultural scene, representatives of the program said April 9. Artists 360

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Dreams Do Come True: fundraiser gives prom another chance

You got stood up. Your corsage gave you hay fever. The wrong guy (or girl) asked you to go. Your limo had a flat tire on the way to the

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Discussion continues over south Fayetteville’s Parksdale neighborhood

FAYETTEVILLE — A proposal from the city’s planning staff to rezone a neighborhood on the south side of town didn’t quite hit the mark with neighbors Monday but will become

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Ride, Walk, Drive

City officials say a new mobility report will pave the way for residents to get around easier, whether by car, bicycle, bus or shoe leather. A two-year study of the