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Researchers Put Northwest Arkansas 3rd in Future Economic Growth

A new report published today predicts Northwest Arkansas will be the third fastest-growing economy among large metropolitan areas in the nation through 2020 ...

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State's Largest University Expects Entollment Record

Two Northwest Arkansas universities are welcoming more students than ever to their campus, predicting that they’ll break previous enrollment records for students and new students.

The University of Arkansas expects the record-breaking overall enrollment. John Brown University has its largest group of new students on campus ...

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City Launches Downtown Rogers Inc.

The city of Rogers will soon take on a new look in its downtown district. The new sights are all in hopes of spurring economic development, and some of the changes will be seen as early as next month. Late last month, the Rogers-Lowell Chamber of Commerce announced the creation of Downtown Rogers Inc. (DRI) ...

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Arkansas Home Sales Up 10 Percent in July

Arkansas July home sales rose about 10 percent from the same time last year, according to a reportreleased Thursday by the Arkansas Realtors Association.

The average price of those homes increased by more than 4 percent, from $163,573 in July 2014 to $170,298 in July 2015 ...

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