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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
Police: Springdale Woman Stole Beer, Ran Over Clerk

A Springdale woman is accused of running over a gas station clerk after she and a juvenile stole a case of beer from Kum & Go. Cassandra Ramos-Salazar, 21, was arrested Saturday in connection with two counts of aggravated robbery, first-degree battery and leaving the scene of a personal injury accident - all felonies.

Officer, medic injured after wanted men resist arrest

An officer and a paramedic were injured during the arrest of two wanted men Friday afternoon at the Wal-Mart on Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard. Joshua Coffman, 20, and Braden Collins, 19, both of Springdale, and a woman were arguing inside the store and becoming aggressive toward Wal-Mart employees, according a police press release.

Council to talk tobacco, liquor and panhandling today at 6 pm

The Russellville City Council will convene at 6 p.m. today inside City Hall and discuss amending Ordinance 1847 that prohibits any tobacco products up to 50 feet away from city buildings to include electronic cigarettes. Aldermen will also consider repealing Ordinance No.

United Steel Supply Completes Two Acquisitions

United Steel Supply, Austin, Texas, has completed two acquisitions. The service center company recently acquired Paramount Coils, Springdale, Ark., and Alpine Building Materials, Eugene, Ore.

Program offers heating bill assistance

Today's frigid temperatures has most people turning up the heat in their homes. But there are many families who can't afford to do that.

MLK Day Celebrations Took Place In Northwest Arkansas

"Hate cannot drive out hate, only love can. So today we walk in that spirit of love for one another," Fayetteville Mayor Lioneld Jordan said.

Arkansas State Police: 2 killed in separate crashes

Police say in preliminary crash summaries that 24-year-old Springdale resident Albert J. Mellow was killed in a crash late Sunday in Benton County. Earlier Sunday evening, 74-year-old Morrilton resident Fred Fetcher was killed in a wreck in Conway County.

Snow Falling Across Benton County; Slick Roads Likely

Snow is picking up in intensity across Northwest Arkansas this morning with some areas, especially Benton County, starting to see some accumulation. 1 to 2 inches will be possible north of Springdale, with lesser amounts in Fayetteville.

Salvadorans seek way to stay

Dale Hunt of Winslow waits at the counter Friday to purchase merchandise and cash his work check at Mercadito Salvadoreno as Jose Merlos, a seven-year employee at the Springdale store, waits on another customer. Thousands of people who left violence and other problems in El Salvador live in Northwest Arkansas.

Year after fire, agency gets new buses

Ozark Regional Transit continues to provide public transportation a year after fire destroyed most of its fleet, but is struggling to rise from the ashes financially. The wind-whipped fire started in the early morning hours of Jan. 10, 2017, and destroyed 20 buses, depleting the fleet and impairing the transit provider's ability to maintain bus routes.

Crews respond to house fire in Springdale overnight

WEBVTT MEGHAN KEE HAS MORE FROM THESCENE.MEGHAN: STILL A LOT OF SMOKE INTHE AIR AND FLAMES STILLBURNING.FIREFIGHTERS TELL ME THIS HOMEIS A TOTAL LOSS.THE HOME AND GARAGE WENT UP JUSTAFTER 1:30 THIS MORNING.WHEN FIREFIGHTERS GOT TO THESCENE, THE HOME WAS BURNING SOBADLY THEY CANNOT GET INSIDE ANDHAD TO FIGHT THE FLAMES FROMOUTSIDE.THEY TELL ME THE HOME HAD BEENVACANT FOR A WILD AND THEY DON'TBELIEVE IN IT WAS IN THE HOMEDURING THE FIRE -- ANYONE WAS INTHE HOME DURING THE FIRE.FIREFIGHTERS MADE SURE THE FIREDID NOT SPREAD.THE COLD WEATHER CAUSED SOMEUNIQUE CHALLENGES FOR THEM.>> WE DID HAVE SOME WATER SUPPLYPROBLEMS WITH THE HYDRANT.IT WAS FROZEN.WE HAD TO TAKE WATER FROM ADIFFERENT HYDRANT.WE ENDED UP BRINGING IN TWO MOREFIRE ENGINES.WE HAD TO PULL THE SUPPLY LINETO ANOTHER HYDRANT.RARELY DO WE HAVE PROBLEMS LIKETHAT, BUT WITH THIS EXTREMECOLD, IT DOES HAPPEN AT TIMES.MEGHAN: FIREFIGHTERS ... (more)

Children Take Center Stage

The thrill of the winter holidays is over, and your kids are all too aware that a long, frigid winter is between them and the warmth and promise of spring. What's a cabin-bound parent to do? Luckily, Northwest Arkansas area children's theater companies have you covered.

8 Days A Week

Artist's Reception - For "The Erasing," works by David Bailin, 5-7 p.m., Windgate Art & Design at the University of Arkansas at Fort Smith. "This series is the result of my final collaboration with my father," Bailin says.

People And Places

Bob Kabanuck doesn't really consider himself a collector -- certainly not in the sense of obsession.

TB&P Announces Northeast Arkansas Publication

Talk Business & Politics, Roby Brock's multimedia franchise of Arkansas business and political coverage, is set to launch a monthly tabloid newsmagazine based in Jonesboro and focused on business and political leaders in northeast Arkansas.

Mountain bike skills park coming to The Jones Center campus

A pump track, a track that uses an up and down "pumping" motion to propel the bicycle forward instead of pedaling, will be part of the design for the new Mountain bike skills park coming to The Jones Center campus The Jones Trust this week announced plans to construct a new 2.75 acre Mountain Bike Skills Park on the campus of The Jones Center in Springdale, thanks to a $1.1 million grant awarded from the Walton Family Foundation. The new park will be located across Emma Avenue from the Springdale Municipal Airport, and will called "The Runway."

Hearing closed in ex-senator's kickback case

Attorney W.H. Taylor was taken into a closed federal court hearing for an hour and a half as a witness Wednesday in the public-corruption case against former state Sen. Jon Woods. Wednesday's hearing concerned whether certain sealed documents in the case should be subject to attorney-client privilege, barring their use by the prosecution, according to court documents available to the public.

Records

Allen was being held Tuesday in the Washington County Detention Center on bonds of $54,500. a Tommie Smith, 34, of 328 E. Village Drive was arrested Sunday in connection with burglary and battery.

History In The Making In Springdale On MLK Day

Springdale is making history this year, by hosting its first-ever Martin Luther King Jr. Day Parade and Unity Fest. Both Har-Ber and Springdale High School bands will be performing together during the parade for the first time, to celebrate unity.

Kris Paxton to run for Fayetteville City Council in Ward 1

A certified geographic information systems professional and Army National Guard veteran is the first to announce plans to run for City Council this year. Kris Paxton, 33, hopes to occupy the Ward 1, Position 1 seat currently held by Adella Gray, who has said she will not seek a fourth term in November.

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