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Springdale Har-Ber vs. Bentonville golf match

Springdale Har-Ber’s Hadley Apple reacts to her tee shot on the fifth hole during a match Thursday, Aug. 21, 2014, against Bentonville at Razorback Golf Course in Fayetteville. I really enjoy shooting golf, even when it is as hot as it was Thursday. I brought a baseball hat with me and by the time the […]

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Razorback Fan Day

Big Red, the University of Arkansas Razorbacks mascot, gets a high-five from 13-month-old Oliver Marks of Fayetteville during the annual ¬†University of Arkansas Fan Day Sunday, Aug. 17, 2014, at Bud Walton Arena in Fayetteville. The day featured opportunities to have items autographed by members of the Razorbacks volleyball, soccer, football teams, mascots and the […]

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Madison County Courthouse

Faron Ledbetter, Madison County Clerk, right, and Frank Weaver, Madison County Judge, describe water damage in the courtroom Thursday, July 17, 2014, during a tour of the Madison County Courthouse in Huntsville. The courthouse has undergone close to $300,000 in repairs, but an estimated $3.6 million is needed to fix the building that was built […]

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Color Vibe 5K

Runners laugh as color is thrown on them during the Color Vibe 5K held in partnership with 7hills Homeless Center Saturday, July 19, 2014, at the Washington County Fairgrounds in Fayetteville. Participants ran through various stations where volunteers threw colored cornstarch at them. It’s unclear how it happened, but I left with very little more […]

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Farming in Northwest Arkansas

Ralph Moore, right, and his sons Curtis, center, and Allen, left, pause while combining wheat Friday, June 27, 2014, at a farm north of Prairie Grove. Farming has changed drastically in Northwest Arkansas, and area farmers have had to adapt and evolve to survive. Read the story here. There is a video here to accompany […]

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Fayetteville “flyover” open for business

Becky Ketelaar, left, staffing manager for Olive Garden restaurant, waves alongside, from left, Sandra Urbina, hostess, and servers Cory McKinnie and Logan McKinnie, wave at the first cars to use the Fayetteville “flyover” Wednesday, July 2, 2014, following a ceremony to open the bridge and roadway. The completed project will improve access to businesses in […]

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Rodeo of the Ozarks begins

Spectators watch from the top of the grandstands during the barrel racing competition of the slack performance of the Rodeo of the Ozarks Tuesday, July 1, 2014, at Parsons Stadium in Springdale. The 70th annual Rodeo of the Ozarks kicked off with the slack rodeo Tuesday night. This portion of the rodeo is performed without […]

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Barnyard Buddies

Justin Lewis, 2, sticks his tongue out as he and his sister, Clarissa Lewis, 4, both of Fayetteville, watch a goat during the annual Barnyard Buddies Petting Zoo at the Fayetteville Public Library. The event allowed visitors to pet and feed a miniature pony, a water buffalo, a white mule, goats, sheep and see ducks […]

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NWA Media All-Area athletes and coaches

Tyler Browne of Haas Hall Academy. After each semester, we assemble an all-area team of local standout athletes and coaches from the large and small schools in each of that season’s sports in order to recognize their accomplishments. The idea is to develop a set of photographs that hang together with a common element. I […]

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Arkansas qualifies athletes in NCAA meet

Arkansas freshman Regine Williams checks her time on the scoreboard after finishing in the 200 meters during the third day of the NCAA Outdoor Track and Field West Preliminary Meet at John McDonnell Field in Fayetteville. Today was beautiful; a wonderful day to go watch a track meet. The level of competition was very high […]

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