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    Apple Seeds, Inc Teaching Kids Healthy Choices

    A non-profit organization is  raising funds to build a learning farm for young students in Fayetteville.  Through their Plant to Plate Program, Apple Seeds is partnering with schools and community organizations that help serve students and their families.  This program includes gardening clubs, farm field […]

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    Chelsea Clinton Announces Pregnancy

    Chelsea Clinton announced today that she is going to be a mom. Clinton broke the news of her pregnancy at a Women’s event in New York with Hillary Clinton, her mom. Chelsea says, “I just hope that I will be as good a mom to my […]

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    U of A Junior Cicely Shannon Named Truman Scholar

    U of A junior Cicely Shannon has been selected as a 2014 Harry S. Truman Scholar. Shannon is a member of the U of A Honors College. She is one of 59 students from 52 U.S. colleges to be awarded the prestigious scholarship. She will receive […]

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    McMillon Donates $1 Million to Business School

    U of A alum and Chief executive officer of Wal-Mart, Doug McMillon and his wife are donating $1 million to the Walton College of Business. This money will be used to establish the McMillon Family Endowed Excellence Fund which will be used to fund a proposed School […]

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    Springfest 2014 Keeping Fayetteville Funky

    Fayetteville will be getting a little funkier this weekend.  Springfest began in 1983 by Dickson Street vendors as a way to celebrate the history and culture of Fayetteville.  The festival features a pancake breakfast, live music, and the annual bed races where teams make their […]

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  • foodtruck

    Lottery Drawing will Determine Food Trucks in Fayetteville

    Owners of Food trucks who want to operate in public places around Fayetteville will have to submit their names by the end of April for a lottery drawing. New laws put in place in March will allow vendors the opportunity to use public parking spaces […]

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    Former Hog Pleads Not Guilty to Animal Cruelty Charges

    Former Razorback, Jarrett Lake plead not guilty today to felony animal cruelty charges. Fayetteville Animal Control responded last December to a call over animal abandonment in Lake’s rented home. When they arrived, they found a dead pit bull in the garage and another malnourished pit bull […]

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    Taxes Due by Midnight 4/15

    Today is the last day to file your taxes. But if you know you’re going to get a refund then you still have a little while. Late penalties only affect those who will not be getting a refund. If you are not sure if you […]

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  • utahwoman

    Utah Woman Admits to Killing 6 Babies

    A Utah woman is facing six counts of murder after human remains were found in her garage. 39 year old Megan Huntsman admitted that she either strangled or suffocated at least six babies immediately after she gave birth to them over a period of 10 […]

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    Boston Marathon Updates

    Two suspicious bags were left near the finish line of the Boston Marathon earlier this evening. A suspect is in custody and the bomb squad has detonated the backpacks. The marathon will take place April 19th. This year there is higher security due to the bombings […]

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