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'Artists of Northwest Arkansas'

Group hopes to move giant telescope to Northwest Arkansas

A non-profit group devoted to science education has announced their plan to move one of the largest refracting telescopes in the America to Northwest Arkansas. They are currently fundraising to cover the moving costs for the vintage telescope, which they hope to make the centerpiece of a science and technology center.
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Joe Martin Stage Race celebrates 40 years, attracts top cyclists

Professional and amateur cycling teams head to Fayetteville March 30 through April 2 for the annual Joe Martin Stage Race. Celebrating 40 years, this four-day, four-stage race will host 750 athletes from 27 countries and all 50 states.
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U.S. Rep. Joaquin Castro to campaign for Democrats in northwest Arkansas

U.S. Rep. Joaquin Castro of Texas, considered a rising star in the Democratic party, will headline a campaign rally for Irvin Camacho and Grimsley Graham, candidates for state representative in northwest Arkansas.

Why must Little Rock suffer from Interstate 30? Look at Northwest Arkansas. Also: Talk of a tunnel in LR

The highway department insists on making Interstate 30 ever wider and more destructive through the heart of Little Rock. But look at booming Northwest Arkansas and where the main freeway run relatives to its major cities. PLUS: A new wrinkle emerges in I-30 expansion plan: A tunnel.
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ANA winners: Coston, Eldridge, Taylor

Winners in the 21st annual Artists of Northwest Arkansas Regional Art Exhibition at the Fayetteville Underground were announced last week: Daniel Coston of Fayetteville, who is known for his landscapes but who entered a self-portrait into the show, won 1st place ($1,200); L.S. Eldridge of Rogers, a watercolorist, won 2nd place ($700); and Zeek Taylor of Eureka Springs won 3rd place ($400).

Arkansas's lenient adoption laws exact price from Marshallese family

Kathryn Joyce, writing in The New Republic, has produced a piece of long form journalism worth reading by all interested in the ongoing story of how Arkansas cares for its children.
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