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About: springdale, arkansas

Springdale, a bustling and friendly town oriented toward home and family is located on the Springfield Plateau. It is nicknamed the "Chicken Capital of the World" on account that Tyson Food Inc. has its headquarters in Springdale. The scenic beauty of the surrounding Ozark Mountains makes Springdale a beautiful small town in Arkansas. It is host of the Rodeo of the Ozarks and the Arts and Craft Fair in May and October. The history of the Ozarks can be found in the Shiloh Museum.

Population: 45798
Local Newspapers: Morning News of Northwest Arkansas
Local Sports Teams: Northwest Arkansas Naturals (Wichita Wranglers) minor league baseball
Local Colleges: Ecclesia College

Zip Codes associated with springdale, arkansas: 72762 72764
Towns/Cities near springdale, arkansas : Bethel Heights Cave Springs Elm Springs Tonitown Lowell

Springdale News
Arkansas memorial to singer Levon Helm in works

After taking selfies with the city limits sign, they need someplace to go -- a shrine perhaps to the performer they admire. An effort is underway to restore Helm's boyhood home and install a statue of the musician in downtown Marvell, which is 7 miles south of Turkey Scratch.

Former Madison County judge dies in accident

W.Q. Hall, 88, a former Madison County judge and Huntsville resident, was killed in an accident at 12:05 p.m. Monday on Arkansas 45, according to a Arkansas State Police preliminary fatal crash report. His son Timothy Hall, 60, of Springdale was driving a 2005 Ford Thunderbird south with his father in the passenger's seat.

Construction manager approved for Springdale municipal complex

A construction firm has been hired to manage the city's municipal complex project, which will include building a criminal justice building. The City Council approved, with a vote of 7-1 Tuesday, a contract with Springdale-based Milestone Construction for construction services on the project.

Brown convicted of lesser offense in fatal Fayetteville stabbing

A Washington County jury found Rashad Santon Brown guilty of second-degree murder, which is a lesser offense than he was charged with for killing Cedric Oliver. Brown, 19, killed Cedric Oliver, 19, of Springdale at a party Dec. 12, 2015, at 811 W. Peachtree Drive.

Fayetteville Man Arrested For Indecent Exposure, Voyeurism

A Fayetteville man previously arrested three times for indecent exposure was arrested again Sunday after a man saw him masturbating outside his daughter's bedroom window, according to a preliminary arrest report. The girl's father said he saw a man in a white shirt peering into his daughter's window and masturbating around 3:23 p.m. Sunday.

Duggar daughters oppose immunity request

Washington County and two people employed by it should not receive immunity from an invasion of privacy lawsuit brought by former stars of the 19 Kids and Counting television show, the plaintiffs argued in a reply filed in federal court Monday. Four daughters in the Jim Bob Duggar family of Tontitown are suing In Touch magazine, the city of Springdale, Washington County and others for the release of a police report detailing how a brother, Josh Duggar, fondled the girls and at least one other girl who was visiting.

Arkansas approves assessment solution

The Arkansas Department of Education has selected NWEA, the not-for-profit assessment solutions provider, as a Qualified Vendor for the state's K-2 assessment program. Starting this fall, school districts can use the NWEA Arkansas K-2 Assessment Solution, modeled on the trusted MAP Growth assessment, to screen young students and measure their academic performance and growth in the early grades.

Fayetteville police ID two in Saturday shooting

Police identified two men injured in a shooting early Sunday morning outside the Lit Lounge a block off Dickson Street. Police confirmed Alejandro Soto, 22, of Springdale and former Razorback football player Sebastian Tretola, 25, were shot by a man they are seeking.

Sin ordered held without bond in Sprindale murder case

A local judge ordered a man suspected of killing his roommate be held in the Benton County Jail without bond. Springdale police officers found Rwabuzisoni Daniel, 21, dead in a apartment at 5325 Oak St. on Monday night.

Conservative group ranks Arkansas' legislators

Rep. Jim Dotson of Bentonville was the only member of the Arkansas House to be given the Award for Conservative Excellence, meaning he voted in a way approved by the American Conservative Union 90% - 100% of the time. Sen. Bart Hester of Cave Springs, Rep. Austin McCollum of Bentonville, Rep. Aaron Pilkington of Clarksville and Rep. Jeff Williams of Springdale each voted with the ACU 80% - 89% of the time, and were given the Award for Conservative Achievement.

Springdale shooting involved roommates, police say

Police are looking for Mei Ka Sin, 23, in connection with a fatal shooting at the Chapel Ridge Apartments on Monday night. Officers found Rwabuzisoni Daniel, 21, dead in one of the apartments with "what appeared to be multiple gunshot wounds," according to a Springdale Police Department news release.

Washington County Residents Can Apply For Energy Assistance

The Economic Opportunity Agency announced they have funds available to help low-income families in danger of getting their utilities shut off, according to a media release. The funds are available through the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program, which pays bills directly to the energy company.

I-49 work, paving to close lanes

Placing bridge beams over Interstate 49 will require closing all southbound lanes for multiple 15-minute periods in Benton County this week, according to Arkansas Highway and Transportation Department officials. Workers will close the lanes between 10 p.m. and 6 a.m. between Wagon Wheel Road, Exit 76, in Springdale and Arkansas 264, Exit 78, in Lowell.

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Opera in the Ozarks - "The Marriage of Figaro," 7:30 p.m. today; "Carmen," 7:30 p.m. Friday; "Susannah," 7:30 p.m. Saturday; "The Marriage of Figaro," 7:30 p.m. Wednesday; and "Susannah," 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Inspiration Point in Eureka Springs. $10-$30.

Sign Of The Times

"I got my first really big contract - multiple signs, big deal, not just small-time stuff anymore - three years ago," says Trimble, who just finished the gigantic Experience Fayetteville sign at the Fayetteville Visitors Bureau on the southwest corner of the downtown square. She says she deliberately chose not to look at it from a distance until it was completed, and then she drove around the block to view it coming up Mountain Street.

Arkansas man dies in accident

An Arkansas man died Saturday and his passenger was injured when the car they were in hydroplaned and struck a tree. According to the Oklahoma Highway Patrol report, Hunter Burris, 20, of Springdale, Ark., was driving a 2006 Chevrolet, westbound on Interstate Highway 40, about five miles east of Roland when, for an unknown reason he tapped his brakes.

Checking out, checking up

NWA Democrat-Gazette/JASON IVESTER Breetany Garcia, 6, listens as Janelle Miller reads Sneezy the Snowman last month at the Montecito Springs apartment complex in Springdale. Miller and instructional assistant Pam Sweeney brought the mobile library of Sonora Elementary School to the area where many of the school's students live.

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