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Gravette School District Voters To Decide on Millage Increase
Voters in the Gravette School District will decide whether or not they want to help fund a new elementary school and six extra classrooms at the high school.
Sun Jul 20, 2014
How We See It: Quorum Court Will Try Again To Find Ambulance Dollars
Benton County's Quorum Court will make yet another run at raising new money to help pay for ambulance services in rural, unincorporated areas.
Wed Jul 16, 2014
Gravette gets ready for business boom
NEW TONIGHT, PEOPLE IN ONE TOWN ARE GETTING READY FOR A BUSINESS BOOM THANKS TO A NEW PART OF INTERSTATE 49. 40/29'S PAIGE PREUSSE TELLS US WHAT THEY'RE DOING TO MAKE SURE YOU LIKE WHAT YOU SEE.
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Springdale utility move to be first public CNG use in Northwest Arkansas
An agreement Wednesday by the Springdale Water and Sewer Commission to buy two compressed natural gas trucks is proof that efforts by Sen. Jim Hendren, R-Gravette, the Northwest Arkansas Council and others to push for CNG infrastructure and acceptance in the region are beginning to show results.
Mon Jul 14, 2014
4 killed on Arkansas roads, 2 from centerline crossings
A two-vehicle accident on Arkansas 72 in Gravette early Tuesday left one woman dead, according to a report released Friday by the Arkansas State Police.
Tue Jul 08, 2014
Gravette High School Students And Staff Mourn Loss Of Teacher
A fatal accident in Gravette killed a local high school teacher. Educators and students in Gravette are mourning the loss a woman they call one of the most beloved teachers at Gravette High School.
Benton County Set To Receive $200,000 Belly Plow
Two Arkansas legislators from Benton County have presented checks totaling $200,000 to the Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department for a new belly plow, according to a news release Tuesday .
Gravette teacher killed in wreck
Angela Scott, 44, of Bella Vista was killed Tuesday morning in a two-vehicle crash on Arkansas Highway 72. Scott was a teacher in the Gravette School District.
Wed Jul 02, 2014
Session over, lawmakers look for long-term answers
With short-term fixes in place on teacher health insurance premiums, prison overcrowding and new limits on the lottery, Arkansas lawmakers shifted their attention Wednesday to finding longer term answers when they return for next year's legislative session.
Sun Jun 29, 2014
Short-Term Answers to Long-Term Problems
The measures lawmakers are taking up this week to avert a looming increase in teacher health insurance premiums and ease an influx of state inmates crowding local jails won't completely solve either problem.