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While social distancing, Arkansans have been taking precautions and staying at home, which means more time spent online. As a result, scam artists are using tactics to extort money from Arkansans by threatening to release compromising photos.
Once a year for the past several decades, Beaver Water District (BWD) has observed the first week in May as Drinking Water Week.
In partnership with the LPGA Tour, local event organizers announce today that the Walmart NW Arkansas Championship presented by P&G, originally scheduled for June 15-21, has been postponed.
Health care entities across the region will receive aid as part of an effort by the Northwest Arkansas Council supported by several local business and philanthropic partners.
Movista has launched a new initiative called Project Health that facilitates help for essential businesses to track and report on employee health in the marketplace, in order to stay compliant with local, state and federal guidelines during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The COVID pandemic has sparked concern about more than just your personal health. It has created economic hardships for many Arkansans. As many seek to ensure they can pay their bills, illegal Ponzi schemes disguised as goodwill gestures such as so-called “Blessing Looms” are freely shared on social media that will ultimately steal money from those who fall prey.
Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge [TCWR] will celebrate 28 years of rescuing big cats in May
It’s easy to get caught up in the worry and uncertainty during times like these. However, there has been a tremendous outpouring of support that has risen from so many community members that have rallied to support local businesses, taken extra care to check on neighbors and support those who are on the front lines of this health crisis.