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Last Night Fayetteville Launches Volunteer, Community Giving Program

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Last Night Fayetteville

By Terrah Baker Last Night Fayetteville is partnering with local organization Spare Time in an effort to gain volunteers and give back to the community. The initiative is called the Community Ticket Program, and will provide 78 tickets to Life Styles and Youth Bridge once all 78 volunteer spots listed on gosparetime.com — that usually…

North Dakota Oil Spill Raises Alarm Over Keystone XL

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If XL Approved, Oil and Bitumen Spills Inevitable.Staff Report A September oil spill that leaked 865,000 gallons of oil (at least 20,600 barrels) across seven acres of Steven Jensen’s farm in North Dakota has raised serious concerns about leak detection technology, and what a spill of this magnitude would mean for landowners along the Keystone…

Idle Class Mag Proves Print Is Alive, Evolving

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By Terrah Baker Have you heard the news? Print journalism is dying. Or at least that’s according to numerous naysayers and skeptics found online — coincidence? Maybe. But one local resident and publisher, Kody Ford of The Idle Class magazine, said he’s not accepting that, nor are the large number of backers and readers his…