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Past articles by Nate:

Doing Good: Volunteer Gives Back to Boys & Girls Clubs of Western Benton County

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Western Benton County works to encourage and empower all young people to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens. As it turns out, one of those young people is now making those same goals part of mission his as well. → Read More

Doing Good: NWA McDonald's Restaurants Help Families at Ronald McDonald House

Ronald McDonald House Charities of Arkoma has helped more than 12,000 families in our region during their time of need. → Read More

Washington County Law Enforcement Discuss Proposed Jail User Fee

Members of the Washington County Quorum Court, the Sheriff and representatives from other law enforcement agencies discussed how a new user fee at the county jail will work. → Read More

Siloam Springs First Responders Mentor Kids in 'Bigs with Badges' Program

Big Brothers Big Sisters in Siloam Springs launched a new pilot program called 'Bigs with Badges' in partnership with the Siloam Springs School District. → Read More

Doing Good: Jones Center Prepares Ironman Triathlon Hopefuls

Accomplishing fitness goals on your own is often a challenge in and of itself. → Read More

Funds Available to Help Low Income Families With Heating Costs

The Economic Opportunity Agency now has funds available to help low income households during the winter season. → Read More

New NWA Representatives Part of Largest Number of Women in Arkansas Legislature

The membership of the 92nd Arkansas Legislature General Assembly is now more diverse with the highest number of women serving as lawmakers. Two of the new faces from Northwest Arkansas are now getting to work after recently taking the oath of office as legislators in the Arkansas House of Representatives. → Read More

Doing Good: Chef Helps NWA Children's Shelter Address Critical Need of Nutrition

The Northwest Arkansas Children's Shelter provides 24-hour emergency residential care for children who are victims of family violence, neglect and physical and sexual abuse. While the nonprofit offers a safe harbor for children, it also addresses the importance of tackling food insecurity. → Read More

University of Arkansas SEFOR Nuclear Site Cleanup On Schedule and On Budget

Representatives from the University of Arkansas report the cleanup at the SEFOR nuclear reactor site is on schedule and on budget. → Read More

Freshman Lawmakers Godfrey and Garner Prepare to Represent Northwest Arkansas

A number of new faces will be sworn in as new lawmakers for the state of Arkansas. Two of the newly elected representatives from Northwest Arkansas shared what they are doing as they get ready to head off to Little Rock for the upcoming session. → Read More

Doing Good: JDRF Arkansas Fighting to Make Type 1 Diabetes 'Type None'

The Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) is the leading global organization funding Type 1 diabetes (T1D) research. The organization's strength lies in their exclusive focus and singular influence on the worldwide effort to end T1D. → Read More

Doing Good: Taylor McKeen Shelton Foundation On Mission to Stop SUDC

The Taylor McKeen Shelton Foundation is a Northwest Arkansas based nonprofit that is dedicated to helping fund research to learn what is behind the medically unexplained deaths of hundreds of children every year. → Read More

Doing Good: Northwest Arkansas' 2nd Milk Nonprofit Helps African Children

Locally-based nonprofit 2nd Milk transports the spirit of Northwest Arkansas' generosity to a place on the other side of the globe to save the lives of malnourished and orphaned infants. → Read More

Doing Good: American Heart Association's Hydration Stations Battle Childhood Obesity

The link between obesity and heart disease is well documented and healthy habits can help prevent heart disease. The American Heart Association - Northwest Arkansas has partnered with local schools to provide kids with more of what they need to live healthier lives. → Read More

Doing Good: Northwest Arkansas Hunger Relief, Inc. Battles Food Insecurity

Hunger remains a growing issue in our region. The nonprofit Northwest Arkansas Hunger Relief, Inc. goes out of its way to service other organizations who battle food insecurity here in our area. → Read More

NWA Regional Planning Commission Approves Transportation Issues

The Northwest Arkansas Regional Planning Commission approved an amendment on Wednesday regarding the future of transportation in the region. → Read More

Doing Good: CASA of NWA Grants Foster Children's Christmas Wishes

Court Appointed Special Advocates of Northwest Arkansas provides compassionate volunteers who advocate for abused and neglected children. CASA's commitment to ensuring a consistent voice, safe home and promising future for children in foster care goes the distance during the holiday season with a Christmas wish program. → Read More

Doing Good: Riders United 4 Children Helps Kids

Riders United 4 Children takes the biker lifestyle, and all the freedom and exhaust noise that comes with it, and combines it with a sense of family as well as purpose to help children. → Read More

Doing Good: Big Brothers Big Sisters of NWA Provides Children with Mentors

The Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northwest Arkansas organization helps partner children with adult mentors. → Read More

Doing Good: NWA Food Bank Mobile Pantry Goes Where the Hunger is

The Holidays are fast approaching and this holiday season, more than 63,000 people in Northwest Arkansas are food insecure. However, the Northwest Arkansas Food Bank goes beyond the walls of its warehouse to reach those in need, no matter what time of year it is. → Read More