Monthly Archives: November 2010

‘It’s All Good’ News

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Ever since arriving in this beautiful mountain region, obviously created by the good Lord, I’ve noticed that many of you have given up worshipping his most Holy Name and started worshipping Satan’s Swine, the Devil’s Pig, the Heathen Hog, Purgatory’s Pork — better known as the Razorback.

Back To Nature

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The last weekend in October was too nice to be inside, and going to Wilson Park didn’t seem wild enough. Then I remembered Withrow Springs State Park, just 40 minutes away from Fayetteville. I hadn’t been there in years, but got online and saw what looked like an easy two mile hike along War Eagle Creek and back.

Free HIV Testing

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The NWA Center for Equality announced it will launch a new program on Dec. 1 — World Aids Day — to help prevent the spread of HIV/AIDS. The new program — NWA HIV/AIDS Outreach and Prevention Education (NWA HOPE) — will provide free HIV testing in Fayetteville by appointment from 9 a.m. until 6 p.m. on Dec. 1.

Around Them Interwebs

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From the twisted, deviant musings of a couple of local talents comes the loopy advice of “Your law enthusiast specialists and more” at “How Illegal Is It?” (www.howillegalisit.com). “Jeff” and “Collette” are willing to answer any number of oddball questions with equally oddball and often questionable advice.