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Enter to Win Vaccination Incentives Before Next Weekly Drawing Sept. 22

Freshman Jade Smith won a backpacking trip to the Grand Canyon during the third weekly drawing for vaccination incentives offered by the U of A. She is one of more than 30 students who walked away with prizes last week including $500 scholarships, $100 parking permit credits, vouchers to a concert at the Walmart AMP and other incentives, just for getting a COVID-19 vaccination.
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Washington Water sues over Farmington road widening project

FAYETTEVILLE -- The Washington Water Authority has sued the Arkansas Department of Transportation and Farmington asking a judge to stop work on the widening of Arkansas 170 until an agreement is reached to move the authority's water lines. Washington Water claims it will cost more than $1.5 million to move...
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Family pushing 4-star Texas lineman to Arkansas

GARLAND, Texas — ESPN 4-star junior offensive line prospect Markis Deal has the University of Arkansas coaches and a family member who’s a rabid Razorback fan hoping he plays his college football in Fayetteville. “Basically, my whole family on my mom’s side lives in Arkansas, but my aunt and her...
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Beaver Lake algae causing smelly, bad tasting water

ROGERS, Ark. — You might taste or smell something different the next time you turn on your faucet. The water doesn’t smell or taste very good. It’s not unusual this time of year and it’s all because of what’s happening now at Beaver Lake. “It’s algae, said Lane Crider with...
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Fayetteville neighbors see flood from water main break Monday evening

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — Fayetteville neighbors saw water flood their streets Monday evening. It happened when a water main break sent waters gushing out in the area of E Sharon street and Katherine avenue. Fayetteville police said on facebook the repairs could last into early Tuesday morning. A video shared with...
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Northwest Arkansas arrest roundup

• Nashoba Salazar, 24, of 655 N. Whitham Ave. Apt. 27, in Fayetteville was arrested Saturday in connection with rape. Salazar was being held Monday in the Washington County Detention Center on $25,000 bond. Tontitown. • Joshua Brown, 32, of 933 Via Torre Ave. in Springdale was arrested Friday in...
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Pittman: Rivalry with Aggies heats up with win

FAYETTEVILLE — Breaking a lengthy losing streak against Texas A&M will not come easy for the University of Arkansas, Coach Sam Pittman warned Monday. The stage is set for CBS’ SEC game of the week at 2:30 p.m. Saturday with the resurgent Razorbacks (3-0) meeting their former Southwest Conference rival Aggies (3-0) in an SEC opener for both teams at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas.
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Bentonville college gets simulator to offer truck driver training

BENTONVILLE -- Northwest Arkansas Community College has purchased a simulator in preparation for offering Commercial Driver's License training, administrators say. The college received a more than $288,000 Workforce and Economic Development grant in May to begin establishing the training, said Eve Aldridge, college training and community development director, Monday during a Board of Trustees meeting.
BENTONVILLE, AR
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Local water district CEO talks issues in taste, smell of tap water

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (KNWA/KFTA) – A local water district CEO says the lack of rain could cause your water to taste or smell strange. For one Fayetteville resident, Alyssa Papineau, this bad tasting water seems to occur a few times a year. “The dirt taste in the water just gets overwhelming...
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Washington Regional Medical Center to expand at Drake Farms site in Fayetteville

FAYETTEVILLE -- Washington Regional Medical Center on Monday announced plans to expand its campus to serve the region's growing health care needs. The hospital bought 15 acres west of its main campus, southwest of Gregg Avenue and Futrall Drive, for $6.63 million. The property is part of the proposed Drake Farms mixed-use development on about 175 acres northwest of Gregg Avenue and Drake Street.
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Prayer vigil for Bella Vista officer

Fayetteville residents asked to conserve water until repairs complete. Prayer vigil held for Bella Vista officer battling COVID-19 Fayetteville Police Chief requests funds to hire more police officers. Local water district CEO talks issues in taste, small of tap water. Area receives CDC grant. Gathering food waste at Walmart NWA...
BELLA VISTA, AR
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Pinnacle Country Club welcomes fans back on the course

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (KNWA/KFTA) – The LPGA is back at Pinnacle Country Club for the Walmart NW Arkansas Championship; however, unlike last year, fans will be back on the course. When it comes to keeping event-goers safe at the tournament, the event chairman says the LPGA has had more than a...
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Where to find the COVID-19 vaccine in Rogers

Here are several locations where you can find the vaccine in Rogers: 1. 2404 S Promenade Blvd (479) 986-1101; 2. 2110 W Walnut St 479-636-3222; 3. 1819 S 8th St 479-633-0772; 4. 808 W Walnut St 479-202-7198; 5. 4208 S Pleasant Crossing Blvd 479-621-9769; 6. 5000 W Pauline Whitaker Pkwy
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Fayetteville Police Chief requests funds to hire more police officers

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (KNWA/KFTA) – The Fayetteville Police Chief said he and Mayor Lioneld Jordan are asking the city for more police officers. Chief Mike Reynolds said he requested funds last week from the Fayetteville City Council to hire four more officers and one dispatcher. While it has not been voted...
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Area receives CDC grant

Fayetteville residents asked to conserve water until repairs complete. Prayer vigil held for Bella Vista officer battling COVID-19 Fayetteville Police Chief requests funds to hire more police officers. Local water district CEO talks issues in taste, small of tap water. Gathering food waste at Walmart NWA Championship Presented by P&G.
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OPINION | MIKE MASTERSON: Covid 'roulette'

A man who loses his beloved wife to covid-19 has earned the standing to comment on his beliefs about this potentially deadly virus. Lifelong friend Ron Patrick, whose beautiful spouse Mary succumbed to the virus last year before vaccines were available, is convinced she would have survived had she had the chance to get the shot.
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