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Glass bottles found behind 'haunted' Arkansas hotel date to 1938 cancer elixir

by Bill Bowden on

More than 400 glass bottles have been unearthed in the backyard of the Crescent Hotel. They appear to date from 1938-40, when the building served as Baker Hospital and Health Resort.... Read full article

Settler’s Cabin makes journey to Bella Vista Historical Museum

by Keith Bryant on

After nearly a year of planning and fundraising, the Settler's Cabin has arrived at the Bella Vista Historical Museum.... Read full article

Vintage Market Days returns to Benton County Fairgrounds

by Becca Martin-Brown on

This marks the sixth year and the 11th Vintage Market Days in Northwest Arkansas, where the pop-up market is held every spring and fall. 125 vendors are expected to fill two large barns and set up outside.... Read full article

Artist to paint mural in downtown Rogers

by Alex Golden on

The Rogers Public Arts Commission on Thursday unanimously approved the project that has been a partnership between the city, Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art and the Walton Family Foundation.... Read full article

Bella Vista Arboretum To Open At Blowing Springs

by Lynn Atkins on

A project that has been on the Property Owners Association master plan for years is coming to Bella Vista at no cost to local residents.... Read full article

Best Bridal Shop continues adapting to changing designs and styles


Bride 'N Groom has been in business for over 40 years, but continues to stay up to date on trends such as long sleeves making a comeback and a change in the most popular wedding month of the year.... Read full article

Community celebrates Best of Northwest Arkansas - PHOTO GALLERY


Community members and winners of the 2018 Best of Northwest Arkansas gathered Thursday, February 21st to celebrate.... Read full article

'Marilyn Monroe' Sculpture Headed To Bella Vista

by Keith Bryant on

Marilyn Monroe is coming to Bella Vista. A 7-foot-tall steel sculpture, named for the actress, has been offered to the city.... Read full article

New exhibit steams through Mississippi River’s past

by Jennifer Nixon on

The Mississippi River is the focus of a new temporary exhibit at the Clinton Presidential Center: "The Mighty Mississippi: A Mosaic of America's Growth," open through March 3.... Read full article

Popeye, 90, stays in touch with his Arkansas roots

by Curtis Lanning on

One of the oldest and most famous cartoons, "Popeye the Sailor," turned 90 earlier this month, but some Arkansans might not know he has a shared history with The Natural State.... Read full article