Local and regional news briefs

A Thursday roundup includes Walmart and vendors discussing sustainability goals, and some legislators call for the impeachment of a judge.

A Tuesday digest of events includes a commission designed with improving school safety in Arkansas, the end of a possible independent theater in Fayetteville, and the next step for Artists 360.

A Monday digest of events includes storms in the Arkansas River Valley, a reaction to strikes in Syria from Senator Tom Cotton and money to repair Arkansas roads damaged by floods.

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The Komen Ozark Race for the Cure is celebrating its 20th anniversary this month. Thursday, the nonprofit marked the grand opening of its race registration office at Pinnacle Hills Promenade in Rogers with a ribbon-cutting ceremony. During the last two decades, the northwest Arkansas affiliate has given $11 million in local community grants.

A quick Thursday roundup includes another hurdle for medical marijuana in Arkansas and recognition for mid-century architecture in Springdale.

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