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January 29, 2022


Weekend Roundup

NWA Daily

Happy Friday! Let's see if we can help you with some weekend plans:

  • Cycle: The UCI Cyclo-Cross World Championship is all weekend, and you won't want to miss it.
  • Live: Every Friday The Taproom in Bentonville has live music. Go get a drink or two and maybe hear something new!
  • Pro fight: Crown Championship Wrestling is going down on Saturday in Siloam Springs.
  • Move your feet: Attend a Latin dance social at Moonbroch tonight in Rogers.
  • Swing your hips: Another dancing event where you can learn from the best is happening in Rogers right around the corner.
  • Peruse: The indoor farmers market will be at Record again this Saturday.
  • Concert: General admission for Ludacris at JJ's Live on Saturday is still available.

That's all from us for this weekend, folks! Have fun, be creative, and see you Monday!


Local Pet Rescue Organization Opens New Location

Helena Lopez

Local pet adoption service Big Paws of the Ozarks has a new location in Northwest Arkansas.

  • More space: The new Big Paws’ location is on the corner of Township and Gregg in Fayetteville. Before the new location, the organization had 8 kennels in their barn for when foster homes weren’t available. The space now allows the service to compile everything it does under one roof.
  • Fresh starts: Big Paws of the Ozarks has a mission to assist in the rescue, rehabilitation, and rehoming of big dogs who need new beginnings. The consolidation will make it easier for Big Paws to find forever homes for furry friends and focus on even more rescue. 

Keep up with the work at Big Paws of the Ozarks on Facebook and Instagram

Non-Profit News

New Non-Profit To Host Event On Grief Sunday


This Sunday, a new local non-profit is hosting a virtual event for women, and the topic is grief. 

  • Standing together: Resilient Black Women (RBW) is a new non-profit here in Northwest Arkansas dedicated to educating and supporting the Black, Latinx, Indigenous, and Asian-Pacific Islander women of our community with regard to mental health. The founders are Licensed Professional Counselors, and for Sunday’s event wish to guide women through processing grief through culture and art.
  • For all: During the event, there will be 3 community guest speakers and 2 spoken word performers. Folks from all walks of life are welcome to attend. The founders of RBW wish their nonprofit to be a safe place for everyone.

To register and for more information, click HERE.


International Walmart Branch Considering a Shift In Operations

NWA Daily

Walmart Mexico is considering strategic alternatives for its operations in Honduras, El Salvador, and Nicaragua.

  • Things to consider: A few options for the strategic alternatives are joint ventures, strategic partnerships, or a sale. During the evaluations, Walmart Mexico will continue to operate as usual, and there is no guarantee there will be any transaction. 
  • Structures: Walmart Mexico is trying to prioritize resources and accelerate growth In Mexico, Costa Rica, and Guatemala. The idea is that further growth in Honduras, El Salvador, and Nicaragua could happen under a different structure than what it has currently. Walmart is currently in 6 countries total and is continuing to grow through strategies and operations such as these.

Read the full story HERE

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