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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
Overnight I-49 lane closings expected in Lowell, Springdale

Crews constructing ramps for the U.S. 412 Northern Bypass will require overnight lane closings on Interstate 49 through the end of the month. Weather permitting, lanes on I-49 will be closed between Wagon Wheel Road, exit 76, in Springdale and Arkansas 264, exit 78, in Lowell, according to Arkansas Department of Transportation officials.

Money approved for Springdale Youth Council

"This is allocating money from the administration budget to be used for the youth council," said Melissa Reeves, public relations director for the city and architect of the youth council. The money will go toward purchasing food, T-shirts and office supplies for the youth council, according to the city.

4 ex-health center workers charged in Fayetteville theft

Four former Fayetteville Health and Rehabilitation Center employees are charged in the theft of more than $14,000, according to an arrest warrant affidavit Friday. Jennifer Thumser, 44, of 2120 W. Wedington Drive surrendered to law enforcement officials Friday and was booked into the Washington County jail on charges of conspiracy to commit theft of property and conspiracy to commit fraudulent use of a credit card.

Teachers start in NW Arkansas

Steve Jacoby , interim principal at Fayetteville High School, speaks Thursday, Aug. 3, 2017, with Jessica Vest , journalism teacher at FHS, Jackie Moore, oral communications teacher at FHS, and Monika Killion, cheer coach and geometry teacher at FHS, during new teacher orientation at Fayetteville High School. Northwest Arkansas' largest school districts welcomed more than 500 teachers to their campuses this month, from recent graduates to experienced veterans.

Arkansas spurs conflict between preservation, development

Years of water damage have stained the walls. Holes in the ceiling expose the second floor to the first.

Police warn about wanted man last seen in Springdale 4 MIN

Larry Harrelson was last seen on Highway 71-B driving from Fayetteville to Springdale, according to Sgt. Anthony Murphy with the Fayetteville Police Dept.

Springdale Woman Facing Third Robbery Charge In Five Months

A Springdale woman charged as an accomplice to robbery and kidnapping has been linked to another robbery, this time in July, according a preliminary arrest report. Michel Rascon-Rodriguez, 20, was arrested Saturday after a man said she and three others stole his wallet, phone and car last month.

Springdale approves designers for new animal shelter, trail

The City Council approved with a vote of 5-1 Tuesday hiring designers for a new shelter. Colby Fulfer was the only council member to vote against the hiring.

Springdale to do 'smoke testing' this month

The city's water utilities will do "smoke testing" in an area south of East Huntsville Avenue to East Meadow Avenue and between Hewitt Street and Arkansas 265 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday to Aug. 31. The work is being done to reduce rain water inflow into the sewer system and reduce the cost of wastewater treatment, according to a news release. Throughout the process, crews will put smoke into the sewer system.

Social workers in district plans

Volunteer Robin Earles, 12, of Fayetteville, a seventh-grader at Woodland Junior High School, sorts donated school supplies Friday, Aug. 4, 2017, aboard a Fayetteville School District bus at the Walmart Supercenter on Mall Avenue in Fayetteville. The United Way of Northwest Arkansas is collecting school supplies at area Walmart locations from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. today in its annual Fill the Bus effort to benefit local school districts.

UA law clinic will take new illegal alien cases

The University of Arkansas School of Law's immigration clinic will once again enroll new students and take on new cases after the hire of a visiting professor, said Annie Smith, director of the law school's Civil Litigation and Advocacy Clinic. Her arrival comes at a time of increased demand for immigration legal services in Northwest Arkansas, said Drew Devenport, an immigration attorney based in Springdale, who stepped in at the law school after the departure of the immigration clinic's first director, Elizabeth Young.

Lake Fayetteville tree removal underway

Crews have begun removing 19 established sycamore trees on the east side of the paved trail that runs along the lake dam between the marina and spillway bridge. Tim Nyander, the city's utilities director, said the work is expected to last through the end of the day on Friday, Aug. 4. Anyone who circles the lake on foot or by bicycle should be aware that the trail over the dam is completely closed, meaning the only trail-based option for getting back to Veterans Park is turning around and making the 5-mile trek back to that side of the lake.

Springdale animal shelter and trail designers recommended

The City Council Committee recommended Monday the City Council hire SCM Architects of Little Rock to design a new shelter and $61,500 be paid to the firm for the conceptual design and needs assessment. Springdale's City Council Committee also recommended waiving bidding to buy a GridSmart traffic video detection system for street intersections.

Guilty plea, prison for Andaluz-Prado in fatal stabbing

A Springdale woman pleaded guilty today in Washington County Circuit Court to stabbing her boyfriend to death two years ago. A negotiated agreement between a criminal defendant and a prosecutor in which the defendant agrees to plead "guilty" or "no contest" to some crimes, along with possible conditions in return for reduction of the severity of the charges, dismissal of some of the charges, or some other benefit to the defendant.

Flavors: Stone Mill Bread Celebrates 20 Years And New Bentonville Location

Hey guys Megan Graddy here for this week's Flavors we visited Bentonville at the Stone Mill CafA© where they are celebrating 20 years of serving their community and their recent expansion to Bentonville. "Well where great taste comes naturally is the slogan that has been used at Stone Mill Bread for 20 years," said Terry Comer, Owner of Stone Mill CafA©.

Volunteers Needed For Local Backpack Drive

Organizers of Leadforone, a Fayetteville based organization, are asking for volunteers to help pack more than 300 backpacks for students in Fayetteville. The event will be held on Wednesday, Aug. 2 from 5:30 to 7 p.m. at the Sassafras Springs Vineyard in Springdale.

WWI centennial exhibits, lectures set around state

Exhibits and lectures are scheduled in various cities in August in observance of the centennial year of U.S. involvement in World War I, as sanctioned by the Arkansas World War I Centennial Commemoration Committee. a The DAR and the World War I Mural at the Historic Washington County Courthouse, a program by Cheri Coley and LaNita McKinney of the Marion Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution, will be Aug. 16 at the Shiloh Museum of Ozark History in Springdale.

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