NWAOnline: A new center to teach Northwest Arkansas workers to program, operate and fix advanced industrial robots will open in Fayetteville in the fall, in the former headquarters of the city’s chamber of commerce. The chamber’s project was one of three recipients of $1.4 million in grants announced Friday by the regional director of the federal Economic Development Administration, a branch of the U.S. Department of Commerce. A grant to replace Spanker Creek bridge in northern Benton County and $400,000 to the World Trade Center in Rogers, which helps Arkansas businesses find export markets, were the other two grant recipients.
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