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Rogers School Names Climbing Wall In Teacher's Honor
Teaghan Wolff, 6, works her way across the climbing wall dedicated to her father, Chad Wolff, Friday, Dec. 20, 2013, at Kirksey Middle School in Rogers.
Wed Dec 18, 2013
Rogers trash pickup lags after winter storm
The ice and snow storm that moved through the area a week ago put Inland Services behind in trash removal, according to company officials.
Tue Dec 17, 2013
Supporters Seek $15,000 For Woman Accused Of Shooting Husband In Face
As a Springdale woman remains in jail accused of shooting her husband in the face, supporters online are trying to raise $15,000 for the shooting suspect.
Zacharie Kyle Miller, 20, of 15702 Pleasant Ridge Road in Rogers was arrested Monday in connection with three counts of possession of drug paraphernalia.
Rogers Officials Consider Expanding Overlay District On Eighth Street
An expansion of the city's overlay district could help dress up the entrance to downtown in the near future, city officials said.
Mon Dec 16, 2013
Group Expresses Lake Atalanta Renovation Concerns
STAFF PHOTO FLIP PUTTHOFF Waterfowl outnumbered people during a snowy Thursday at Lake Atalanta Park in Rogers.
Rogers Police Arrest Suspected Robber
Rogers police arrested a Rogers man Sunday morning in connection with the Saturday bank robbery of a Regions Bank branch at 1800 W. Walnut St., according to police spokesman Keith Foster.
Sat Dec 14, 2013
Police Seek Suspect In Rogers Bank Robbery
Posted on: 2:05 pm, December 14, 2013, by Shain Bergan and Larry Henry , updated on: 03:36pm, December 14, 2013 Rogers police on Saturday afternoon responded to a bank robbery at the Regions Bank at 1800 W. Walnut St., according to the Rogers Police Department.
Police investigate bank robbery in Rogers
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Northwest Arkansas Icy Roads Stall Morning Commute
Jim Erwin with Erwin's Wrecker Service based in Rogers pulls a pickup truck out of a steep embankment on East Elvendon Drive in Bella Vista on Friday December 13, 2013.
Fri Dec 13, 2013
Missing Springdale Shooting Suspect Found, Arrested
Police on Friday arrested a Springdale woman accused of shooting her husband in the face and cutting herself in the neck.
Thu Dec 12, 2013
Rogers Attorneys, Kristin Pawlik and Sean T. Keith, Have Been...
Super Lawyers Magazine, a rating service of outstanding lawyers, has selected Sean T. Keith and Kristin Pawlik, of Rogers, Ark.
Wed Dec 11, 2013
Rogers House Fire Started In Fireplace; Family Didn't Have Smoke Detectors
All Rogers fire stations responded Wednesday night to a fire that spread from a local family's fireplace to their mantle.
FEATURE-In Arkansas, crucial Obamacare hub draws little notice
In an unmarked building on the outskirts of this old railroad town, hundreds of workers are going about the unglamorous work of expanding the United States' social safety net.
Fayetteville, Springdale, Rogers To Resume School Thursday
Fayetteville, Springdale and Rogers schools will hold classes Thursday for the first time since snow and ice rolled into the area late last week, dropping several inches of snow and creating slippery streets.
Sister Cities Consider Joint Project
A joint environmental study and design cost estimates for Bentonville and Rogers councils to determine the feasibility of extending Eagle Way to 46th Street was approved by Rogers aldermen Tuesday.
"Our Winter Wildlife Friends," 10:30 a.m., Hobbs State Park nears Rogers. Free for ages 3-6.
Heritage Assistant Coach Pleads Not Guilty In DWI Case
Hal Qualls, an assistant football coach at Rogers Heritage High School, has entered a not guilty plea on a DWI charge, according to the Rogers District Court Clerk's Office.
Tue Dec 10, 2013
The City Wire
Execs optimistic on economy; worry about healthcare, regulations
Most of the Fort Smith and Northwest Arkansas business leaders who responded to an informal survey from The City Wire are optimistic about overall economic conditions in 2014, but worry that federal regulations and changes in healthcare will curtail the potential for growth.
The City Wire
I-540-Rogers interchange set for beautification project
A project announced at Tuesday's Board of Directors meeting will not only improve the appearance of one of the city's busiest intersections, but it could lead to a new city commission tasked with making Fort Smith a city of beauty.