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Bentonville is located in northwest Arkansas. The city is home to the Wal-Mart Home Offices which is the headquarts of Wal-Mart, the largest retailer in the world. Located in the center of the city the original Walton's Five and Dime, once owned by Sam Walton, the founder of Wal-Mart. It is now the Wal-Mart Visitor's Center. Bentonville was named after United States Senator Thomas Hart Benton of Missouri. Notable residents from Bentonville have included singer Dan Folger, who is most famous for his song "Amy," and Jim Walton, the fourth richest man in the world.
Local Newspapers: Fayetteville Free Weekly Arkansas Business
Local Sports Teams: Arkansas Glaciercats Arkansas RiverBlades Arkansas Travelers
Local Colleges: North West Arkansas Community College
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Towns/Cities near bentonville, arkansas : Rogers Centerton Lowell. Bella Vista Pea Ridge Gentry
Woods trial told of fiancee hiring
A company that received $400,000 in state grant money later hired the fiancee of the state senator who approved most of the money. Indicted lobbyist Milton R. "Rusty" Cranford emailed the cover letter and resume of then-Sen. Jon Woods' fiancee to Dayspring Behavioral Health Services' personnel department while he was director of Dayspring's parent company in Arkansas, according to court testimony Monday.The yawning teacher pay gap between Arkansas school districts
MINIMUM SALARIES: Note that the mandated minimum salary has increased since 2014-'5, from $29,244 to $31,800 beginning in the 18-19 school year. For a full-size map and numbers for individual districts, read the BLR report linked at the bottom of this post.Benton County hires supervisor for construction
Benton County has hired a new facilities administrator whose duties will include overseeing construction of a $30 million courts building. County Judge Barry Moehring hired Bryan Beeson, who has more than 30 years in construction management experience with Walmart.on the Cover: Music Is Magic
In 2017, a new music festival brought songwriters and music executives from around the world -- plus some 2,800 fans -- to Bentonville to celebrate the art of songwriting and support the I'll Fly Away Foundation. Coming into its second year, the festival's approach has shifted just slightly, says organizer Betsy Brumley.Experts offer advice on building NW transit system
Creating a useful, popular transit system in Northwest Arkansas will take patience and the joint efforts of the businesses, schools and community groups that stand to benefit, outside experts told residents and local officials last week. Indianapolis and North Carolina's Raleigh-Durham region are in the middle of building and overhauling their public bus networks after years of study and referendum campaigns, said Mark Fisher, chief policy officer for the Indy Chamber, and Joe Milazzo, director of North Carolina's Regional Transportation Alliance.NWA Space, Lowell Partner For Science Center
Dr. Kathrine Auld had been campaigning for a planetarium in Northwest Arkansas for years until someone finally told her, "if you build it, they will come." "It was really a light bulb moment for me," said Auld, an astronomy and geology professor at Northwest Arkansas Community College.Bentonville Man Arrested In Connection With Pea Ridge Break-Ins
A Bentonville man was arrested Friday on charges related to a series of break-ins in Pea Ridge in March. Pea Ridge Police said Jose Delara, 18, of Bentonville was already being held in the Benton County Sheriff's Office jail when he was arrested on charges of breaking or entering , theft of property and contributing to the delinquency of a minor.8 Days A Week
"Natural Shocks" - An ArkansasStaged staged reading of the play by Lauren Gunderson, 7 p.m., Fenix Fayetteville DownUnder, 16 W. Center St. in Fayetteville. Suggested donation of $10.Centerton Man Accused Of Sexually Assaulting 4-Year-Old Girl
A Bentonville detective received a tip from the child abuse hotline August 16, 2017, regarding a 4-year-old victim, according to the affidavit. The victim told detectives she was sexually assaulted by Nathan Wise, 26, the affidavit states.To go on upswing, city heads downhill
The grandsons of Walmart founder Sam Walton are building six downhill mountain-biking trails on land in and next to Lake Leatherwood City Park, said Justin Huss, the Eureka Springs parks director. The trails will feature sharp curves, steep banks and ramps designed to conspire with gravity to vault cyclists toward the sky.Fossil Cove moving brewery gear
Fossil Cove Brewing Co. is leasing space just around the corner from its taproom and brewery and plans to use the new location to produce more beer by early summer.DHS worker molested a 4-year-old girl. He wona t go to prison, Arkansas jury rules
Jorge Alcon, a Department of Human Services worker from Bentonville, Arkansas, faces a $15,000 fine and no prison time after a jury found him guilty of molesting a 4-year-old girl multiple times in bathrooms while he drove her to visit her biological family. Defense lawyers argued the 71-year-old man, who faced up to 20 years, might not live to make it out of prison.DHS worker molested a 4-year-old girl. He wona t go to prison, Arkansas jury rules
Jorge Alcon, a Department of Human Services worker from Bentonville, Arkansas, faces a $15,000 fine and no prison time after a jury found him guilty of molesting a 4-year-old girl multiple times in bathrooms while he drove her to visit her biological family. Defense lawyers argued the 71-year-old man, who faced up to 20 years, might not live to make it out of prison.Family wants missing woman declared dead
Pea Ridge police officer Cerilla Ann Doyle went missing almost 10 years ago. Now her family is seeking to have her declared dead.Lake Bentonville Park Could Get a Facelift
The Bentonville city council approved a partnership with The Trailblazers to come up with a design for Lake Bentonville Park. The Trailblazers purchased 75 acres north of the city's airport runway and want to bring the two pieces of land together.Letter grades out on state's schools
State Education Commissioner Johnny Key is shown in this file photo with Greg Rogers , the department's assistant commissioner for fiscal and administrative services, and Duncan Baird, state budget administrator. The Arkansas Department of Education on Wednesday posted letter grades for the state's more than 1,000 schools, awarding A's to 163 of the campuses, B's to 290 campuses and F's to 33 schools for the 2016-17 school year, the most recently completed school year.Former Piney Ridge Employee Facing Child Porn Charge
A former Piney Ridge Treatment Center employee is accused of trying to solicit a nude photo from a former patient. Rodney Dewayne Thomas, 26, of West Memphis was arrested Monday in connection with one count of engaging children in sexually explicit conduct - a Class B felony.
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