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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
Woods, others answer to new indictment in kickback scheme

Attorneys for three men indicted on charges they arranged kickbacks in return for state grants entered not guilty pleas Monday for their clients to a revised set of allegations in the case. Attorneys for former state Sen. Jon Woods, R-Springdale, Ecclesia College President Oren Paris III of Springdale and Randell Shelton, a consultant of Alma, notified federal court of their intention to seek a delay at a 10 a.m. arraignment hearing at the courthouse in Fayetteville.

Flash flooding and severe storms possible 37 MIN

The National Weather Service has issued a Tornado Watch for Sebastian, Scott, Logan, Polk, and LeFlore Counties until 1 a.m. While flash flooding continues to be the main concern in Northwest Arkansas, it's severe storms that still look to be the concern for areas along and south of I-40. The storms that move thru the River Valley will be capable of all modes of severe weather, including tornadoes.

Mentor gave writer his chance

How many of us owe our careers to a person that took a chance on us over more qualified candidates? For me, that person was Jim Morriss, the longtime editor of the Morning News in Springdale. Morriss died last week, and tributes are pouring in from former employees, colleagues and proteges.

AR restaurant focused on fighting hunger expands

SEARCY, AR - An Arkansas-based eatery is expanding to the northeastern part of the state. Tacos 4 Life will open a new location in Searcy, according to Haag Brown Commercial Real Estate and Development.

Police: Springdale Pair Robbed, Kidnapped Man

Two Springdale residents are accused of robbing a man at knife point and then kidnapping him in hopes of raiding his bank account, according to a preliminary arrest report. James Maxey, 26, and Michel Rascon-Rodriguez, 20, were arrested Monday in connection with aggravated robbery, kidnapping and theft of property.

Clothing brand Rue21 closing Rogers, Springdale stores

Clothing chain rue21 is shuttering nearly 400 stores across the country. The Warrendale, Pennsylvania-based company has been struggling to pay its bills, according to Debtwire earlier this month.

Goat saves family

The news day has been dominated by death, so I thought we could stand something a little lighter: WREG in Memphis reported late last week on a Poinsett County goat, Speedy, who saved a family from a fire by loudly waking them up when the smoke began. From the report : "I was in the living room sleeping," said Abigail Bruce.

Files on state funds' use by Ecclesia objective of amended suit

An amended lawsuit filed Tuesday against Ecclesia College seeks to obtain documents about what the college did with state money it received. Arkansas legislators gave nearly $700,000 of taxpayers' money to the private, Christian college from the state's General Improvement Fund.

Two Worlds, One Voice

When Marsha Jones, former Springdale Public Schools administrator, suggested to David Jolliffe that he brainstorm with Arts Center of the Ozarks' interim Executive Director Jenni Swain about possible theater opportunities for the youth of Springdale, he already had a kernel of an idea about what might be possible.

Hanging steel beams to intermittently close Apple Blossom Road

Crews placing steel bridge beams for the U.S. 412 Northern Bypass will require closing all lanes on West Apple Blossom Avenue in Lowell for multiple 15-minute periods, according to Arkansas Highway and Transportation Department officials. Traffic will be controlled using signage and flaggers.

Two Teenagers Facing Charges After Allegedly Waving A Gun At People

Two Springdale teenagers are facing charges of aggravated assault and carrying a weapon after allegedly being involved in an incident on Friday night . Police responded to the intersection of Spring and West at about 11:30 p.m. for a report of an armed subject.

Arkansas Loosens Limits, Expands Crowdfunding Options

Michael Iseman looking through a 3D printer at some of the game pieces it produces for the prototype of a board game he is promoting through a $10,000 Kickstarter funding campaign.

Core Brewing Adds Fayetteville Pub

Core Brewing & Distillery Co. of Springdale is making progress on its second location in Fayetteville, having applied with the state for a license for a microbrewery restaurant.

Rhea Lana's Consignment Sale Returns To Springdale

Rhea Lana's opened Sunday and will be open through Saturday . The sale is open from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. every day except Thursday, when it closes at 3 p.m. The sale is being held at 1106 N. Old Missouri Road.

Cotton sets talk in LR on Trump

U.S. Sen. Tom Cotton will speak about the new presidential administration during a University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service forum later this month. The Republican from Dardanelle will be interviewed by the dean, Skip Rutherford, and the topic will be President Donald Trump's first 100 days in office.

Records

Periman was being held Saturday in the Benton County Jail in lieu of a $2,500 bond. a Myra Renee Pool, 45, of 732 Holcum St. in Springdale was arrested Friday in connection with delivery of a controlled substance and delivery of methamphetamine/cocaine.

A Local Group Marches In Support of Transgender Visibility Day

A local transgender support group rallied protesters and lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning/queer members to march through downtown Springdale to raise awareness about the transgender community. "We're not scary people were ordinary folks just like everybody else, we want the same thing everybody else does which is to live our lives with peace and dignity," said Evelyn Rios.

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