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    Fayetteville Library Offering Free Study Space

    Looking for a quiet place to study? The Fayetteville Public Library is reserving the Walker Community Room for three days for students to study for finals. Ample seating and charging stations will be available for you study needs. Snacks and drinks will also be provided. […]

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    Possible Rezoning on MLK

    FAYETTEVILLE–The Fayetteville City Council may rezone property near the U of A, to allow construction on a new Wal-Mart Neighborhood Market.  There is already a plot of undeveloped land on MLK. Residents in favor of rezoning said it would fill a need for a grocery […]

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    Student Raising Money to Pay SEC Fine

    One student is taking matters into his own hands after the U of A was slapped with a $25,000 fine. U of A student Alex Winans created a “Go-Fund-Me” account just days after the Hogs rushed the field after beating rival LSU in the Battle […]

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    Razorbacks Take on Ole Miss This Weekend

    The Hogs will play at Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium for the last time this season this Saturday. The Hogs take on #8 Ole Miss at 2:30 P.M.. Students can begin lining up at gate 17 at 11:30 A.M.. The last game of the season […]

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    Lights of the Ozarks Illuminating Fayetteville Tomorrow

    With the holidays quickly approaching, the annual Lights of the Ozarks will soon light up the Fayetteville Square. The square will officially light up right before 6 P.M. Friday, followed by a parade. Close to half a million twinkling lights will fill the square until […]

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    Local Organizations Providing Thanksgiving Meals

    Some local organizations are preparing for Thanksgiving by embracing the spirit of the holiday. The Springdale Police Department is partnering with Har-Ber schools to provide Thanksgiving dinners to families in need.  They’ll assemble and distribute approximately 100 bags filled with turkeys and holiday foods. And, […]

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    U.S. Seeing Freezing Temps and Lots of Snow

    At least some part of every state in the nation is dealing with freezing cold temperatures or snow. Even places known for wintry weather are running into problems. At least five people have died as a result of storms in the Buffalo, New York area, […]

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    Arkansas Supreme Court Hearing Arguments on Gay Marriage Ban

    The Arkansas Supreme Court is set to hear oral arguments as it decides on the state’s ban on gay marriage. Arguments start tomorrow morning at 9. They’ll only last about 40 minutes, and then justices will start deliberating. A spokesman for the court says the […]

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    Ozark Regional Transit Offering Free Thanksgiving Rides

    If you’re wondering how to get around during the Thanksgiving holiday, Ozark Regional Transit is here to help. Bus fare for all fixed route transit buses will be free of charge the week of Thanksgiving. ORT fixed routes service multiple shopping areas including Fresco Station […]

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    Stolen Car Found On Fire, In Lake

    A stolen car on fire, found in a lake. This has been the latest case the Benton County Sheriff’s Office. Deputies say someone reported a car in the water Sunday night at a dock near east Highway 12 and Old White River Road East of […]

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