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90-year-old plane takes flight in Bentonville - VIDEO

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The Experimental Aircraft Association is offering sightseeing flights in a plane that first flew 90 years ago.... Read full article

Vintage treasure found in eye of the beholder

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With the huge red barn and the gentle sound of cattle lowing in the background, the Junk Ranch delivers exactly what its website promises: a country barn sale.... Read full article

Investing In The Kids Of The Community

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Bentonville Public Library has previously been granted two traveling exhibitions from the American Library Association: 'Thinking Money' and 'Explore Space,' which generated a combined reach of more than 10,000 attendees.... Read full article

Abstract "Marilyn Monroe" statue brings new level of art to Bella Vista

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"Marilyn Monroe" is perched outside the Bella Vista Police Department and Fire Station 1, just off U.S. 71 through Bella Vista.... Read full article

Chalk joins mediums of choice in Eureka Springs

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Sandy Royce Martin, chairwoman of the Eureka Springs Arts Council, says that adding the Chalk Art Festival -- running May 15-18 this year -- to the venerated May Festival of the Arts lineup was a matter of popular demand.... Read full article

Arkansas firm buys Branson duck boats

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The scion of a local family that has operated duck boats in Hot Springs since 1992 has acquired boats bearing the logo of the Branson, Mo., operator involved in last summer's fatal duck boat sinking.... Read full article

Juggling festival hits new heights in Eureka

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Northwest Arkansas Juggling Festival, which runs May 10-12 is part of the May Festival of the Arts in Eureka Springs.... Read full article

May Festival of the Arts blends new with tried and true

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May Festival of the Arts is a tradition among locals, regionals and repeat visitors. Over the past several years, it has also become an international attraction for Eureka Springs. ... Read full article

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

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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

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

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