FARMINGTON — After 20 years in Farmington as a head football coach, teacher, assistant principal, eighth-grade principal, assistant superintendent and then school superintendent, Bryan Law will become director of the Northwest Arkansas Education Service cooperative, starting July 1.

Law can step out the front door of his office and see where he’s moving, across the street and only about 100 yards away into what once was called the “round building” by Farmington school patrons.

The cooperative’s board, made up of the superintendents of 16 Northwest Arkansas school districts in Washington, Benton and Madison counties, voted unanimously last week to make Law the next director, following Charles Cudney, who is retiring in June after six years as director.

The board interviewed its two top candidates, Law

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