Ozarks At Large

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Construction of a new criminal justice complex and renovations to city hall get underway in Springdale. Plus, we speak to the editor of a new collection of essays, reviews and interviews written by Donald Harington. And, we have details about several investments that will be made in downtown Springdale over the next couple of years.

A. GRAJEDA / KUAF

Construction of a new criminal justice complex and renovations to city hall are underway in Springdale. The project, which is expected to take two years, will provide much-needed space for city services and increase efficiency for residents.

A Harington Miscellany

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Courtesy / The University of Arkansas Press

A new book collects the essays, reviews and interviews of Donald Harington, a writer and artist, whose novels have a connection to a fictional Ozark Mountain town. The Guestroom Novelist: A Donald Harington Miscellany is out now, edited by Brian Walter.

Courtesy / Blue Crane Development Group

City leaders and several business groups unveiled their plans for downtown Springdale at last week's Invest Springdale Summit. They include a mixed-use development anchored by a Ropeswing Hospitality Group concept, dozens of new apartment units, a design for Luther George Park and a new movie production company.

Big Bot Design

We get an update on the June fundrasier at KUAF and a preview of what Jesse Dean might play at KUAF's Summer Night Swing, Friday night at 7 p.m. at the Fayetteville Public Library.

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