The Elkins Police Department is reporting heavy storm damage throughout the city.
Chief Bill Rhodes says they have lots of trees down, some of which have landed on cars.
He says there's damage all throughout the West side of the city and power is out as far as Highway 74 but no casualties have been reported.
Rhodes says they're now going door to door throughout the neighborhoods to look for people who are in need of assistance.
Kids in Elkins schools were moved into the hallways as a precaution in accordance with their tornado drill procedure.
Chief Rhodes requests that anyone not from Elkins stay away from the area so that they can safely offer assistance to those who need it.
Women of NWA Submission
Women of NWA
Women of NWA: Becky Paneitz
Dr. Becky Paneitz came to our area 10 years ago to serve as President of Northwest Arkansas Community College.
Women of NWA: Lela Davidson
A local mom has been making headlines around the country, literally.
Women of NWA: Kaya Kidd
In this Women of Northwest Arkansas report Neile Jones introduces us to a young woman going after her dreams.
Women of NWA: Coach Shauna Estes-Taylor
In this Women Of Northwest Arkansas Report - We introduce you to a University of Arkansas coach making a difference everyday in her players and in...
Women of NWA: Town and Country's Liz Fulton
There is a popular business that sits on The Fayetteville Square and has done so since 1960.
Page 1 of 3