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News and Culture Stories about Northwest Arkansas, the Arkansas River Valley and more from Ozarks at Large

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News and Culture Stories about Northwest Arkansas, the Arkansas River Valley and more from Ozarks at Large

    Fort Smith Airport Traffic Returns, but Slowly

    Fort Smith Airport Traffic Returns, but Slowly

    Michael Tilley, with Talk Business and Politics , discusses a slow recovery for the airport in Fort Smith as the pandemic moves into a seventh month. He also discusses the upkeep of a historic cemetery in the city and more.

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    Pandemic Politics Influence Eureka Springs City Council Elections

    Pandemic Politics Influence Eureka Springs City Council Elections

    Since March, the City of Eureka Springs has been negotiating how to operate its tourist economy after a global pandemic was declared – a core issue of this year’s tightly contested City Council race.

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    New Crystal Bridges Exhibit Showcases Work of Ansel Adams, Contemporaries

    New Crystal Bridges Exhibit Showcases Work of Ansel Adams, Contemporaries

    Ansel Adams' photographs of the western U.S. helped define the 20th century vision of the American landscape. Ansel Adams in Our Time features more than a hundred of the photographer's works displayed alongside 19th century artists, as well as Adams' contemporary successors. The exhibit is on view Sept. 19 through Jan. 3.

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    The Busiest Weekend in Months

    The Busiest Weekend in Months

    Becca Martin-Brown, the features editor at the Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette , is back with a list of in-person and virutal events for the final weekend of summer. And it's the longest list we've seen in months.

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    Plans Unveiled for Park That Will Be Home to Bentonville's Confederate Statue

    Plans Unveiled for Park That Will Be Home to Bentonville's Confederate Statue

    This week, the Arkansas Division of the United Daughters of the Confederacy and the Benton County Historical Society unveiled their plans for James H. Berry Park, which will be home to the Confederate monument that stood on the Bentonville square since 1908. The monument was removed earlier this month. It will be restored and eventually will be the centerpiece of the privately-owned park that will be open to the public.

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    Tech Entrepreneur Sets Sights on NWA to Expand Latest Venture

    Tech Entrepreneur Sets Sights on NWA to Expand Latest Venture

    Elevate Growth Partners is a Texas-based firm with a goal of changing commercial real estate using technology. Kenny Tomlin, the co-founder and CEO, who has deep ties to Northwest Arkansas, discusses that plan with Paul Gatling in this week's Northwest Arkansas Business Journal Report.

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