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Last updated on Friday, December 2, 2016, 4:00 pm

Northwest Arkansas officials provide updates on economic growth around food and recreation amenities

David Wright is confident parks, trails and fine cuisine will remain a priority and continue to build on the quality of life for residents and visitors to Bentonville and Bella Vista. The new Brightwater culinary school soon-to-be located in downtown Bentonville, 40 miles of recently completed mountain bike trails in Bella Vista, and a new all-inclusive children’s playground on tap at Citizen’s Park in Bentonville are a result of more than $53 million invested by cities and Walton Family Foundation into fun and food ventures that are seen as economic engines for the already diversified economy. “In eight years we (Bentonville) have put more than $35 million of public funds into a parks and recreation infrastructure system. (Bentonville) Mayor (Bob) McCaslin sees a parks and... [ MORE ]

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