Fireworks for the Fourth
The stars won't be the only things shining in the sky this summer. NWA is putting on some great fireworks displays in celebration of our nation's Independence Day.
See the full list of celebrations and displays taking place this weekend HERE and HERE.
Beauty in Eye of Beholder
Ozark Natural Foods Co-Op was recently recognized as World Architects building of the week. Fayetteville based Modus Studio recently shed some light on how its vision for the space has introduced a new staple for the downtown Fayetteville area.
Find out more about the influences and vision of the ONF project HERE.
That's a Relief
Benton County and UAMS received much needed assistance from a U.S. Department of Health and Human Services grant on Friday. The grant will give underserved communities in the region opportunities to receive aid in the wake of the pandemic.
You can read more about the federal healthcare relief coming to the Northwest Arkansas HERE.
Fayetteville-based medical device company Lapovations received a $100k grant to continue creating successful products for the world of minimally invasive abdominal surgery.
Find out more about how Lapovations is utilizing the Winrock International funding HERE.
Switching to Solar
American Public Power Association
As long as the sun keeps shining, the new Ozark Electric Cooperative and Today's Power Inc. solar park will be powering multiple cities in NWA. Sustainable energy is now being provided "to the cities of Lincoln, Elkins, Springdale, as well as Ozarks Go."
Read more about the solar park and the impact it will have in participating cities HERE.
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