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NWA Music on the Move

Elite drum and bugle corps from around the country came to Bentonville Tuesday during Drum Corps International’s 3rd annual NWA Music on the Move competition in Tiger Stadium. Each band was a stand-alone entity not associated with a school or sports team, with members ranging from high school to college age. I’ve seen and photographed […]

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Battle for Townsend’s Ridge

Photos from the Battle for Townsend’s Ridge mountain bike race at Hobbs State Park-Conservation Area near Rogers on Sunday. This year’s race, part of the 9-race Arkansas Mountain Bike Championship Series, was hosted by the Ozark Off-Road Cyclists and Friends of Hobbs organizations and attracted 216 entries, up slightly from last year according to organizers. […]

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Champions in Heels

Wearing high heals and a Power Rangers morph suit, Officer Calvin Frierson crosses the finish line to win Rogers Police Dept. Team One’s heat in the 4x100m relay during the Northwest Arkansas Women’s Shelter’s Champions in Heels fundraiser event at the Tiger Athletic Complex in Bentonville Saturday. Men in high heels, including teams from local […]

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Family fun at Pinnacle Hills Promenade

Pinnacle Hills Promenade in Rogers was a busy place on Saturday. The mall hosted it’s 2nd Annual NWA Birthday Party Expo on Park Place, while just over by the JC Penney the Junior League of Northwest Arkansas hosted their 8th Annual Touch a Truck day. Many visited both events. The birthday expo offered loads of […]

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5th Annual Gold Rush 5K

Marta Robinson, from left, her daughter Emilia Robinson, 4, son Parker Robinson, 10, and classmate Ashley Owen, 11, all wearing yellow shirts for Bright Field Middle School, cheer on runners at the finish line during the Bentonville Public Schools Foundation Gold Rush 5K in downtown Bentonville on Friday May 2, 2014. The event, also included […]

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Susan G Komen Ozark Race for the Cure

Organizers estimate over 9,000 people turned out to participate during the Susan G Komen Ozark Race for the Cure at Pinnacle Hills Promenade mall in Rogers on Saturday April 26. The event included timed, competitive 10K and 5K races as well as a non-competetive 5K run/walk and a 1 mile family fun walk in addition […]

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Bentonville defeats Har-Ber 7-1

Bentonville took an early lead, scoring four runs in the first inning, on their way to defeating Springdale Har-Ber 7-1 in 7A/6A-West Conference game at Bentonville’s Tigers Athletic Complex on Thursday, April 18.

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NWA Fashion Week

Models took to the runway showing off outfits from area boutiques during the NWA Fashion Week boutique runway show in the former Benton County Daily Record Building in downtown Bentonville on Saturday March 8. The Saturday show was the conclusion of a week of runway shows and other events throughout Northwest Arkansas showcasing local designers, […]

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Parade of Fools

Saturday the Demented Krewe of Dickson and The Committee for Mardi Gras kicked off the Mardi Gras season with the annual Parade of Fools in Fayetteville. I’m still fairly new to NW Arkansas, and none of the places I’ve lived before had any kind of Mardi Gras celebrations, so this was a new one for […]

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Distinguished guests honored during Hogs basketball

Bill Clinton, Jeff Long, Eddie Sutton and Nolan Richardson were just some of the distinguished guests honored as the University of Arkansas honored its heritage during halftime in the Arkansas vs LSU basketball game Saturday afternoon in Bud Walton Arena in Fayetteville. Clinton was honored with a No. 42 Razorbacks jersey, and former coaches and […]

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