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A Nuclear Phoenix?

A Nuclear Phoenix? Concern about Climate Change is Spurring an Atomic Renaissance By Jim Motavalli Sitting in the belly of the beast—Dominion’s 2,000-megawatt Millstone nuclear power plant in Waterford, Connecticut—the

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Fayetteville at 3 a.m.

Roving writer Wayne Bell hits the streets to find out what’s going on in the wee hours Flashback! It was just three short years ago and you would typically find

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Eureka Springs establishes domestic partners registry

By Wes Putt Four miles from downtown Eureka Springs, at an altitude of 1,500 feet, a seven-story white-mortar tower of Jesus Christ overlooks the town with arms wide open. One

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Dumpster Diving

By D. R. Bartlette My family dumpster dived for years. My mother used to tell me about how she and my grandfather would take a load of trash to the

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NWA's TV news anchorwomen

Diverse, eclectic, proud, hardworking–just don’t call them ‘News Divas’

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The Perfect Weekend- Fayetteville on 100 bucks

By Wayne Bell I recently sat down for a business dinner at the delicious Chloe. The halibut was wonderful and the risotto was some of the best I’ve ever had.

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Against the Wal

By D.R. Bartlette This week is Wal-Mart’s annual shareholders’ meeting, the largest shareholders’ meeting in the world, bringing more than 20,000 people to Fayetteville. With motivational speakers, musical performances and

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Arkansas Moving toward 'The New Economy"

By Larry Burge If academics had been a sport in the 2000 Olympics, the U.S. team would have come in close to last. For in 1999, when a half-million 12th

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First Night on Stage- A Good Fight breaks out

By Wes Putt As patrons migrate to the rim of the George’s Majestic Lounge stage, the lights dim and a well dressed black-haired 20-something sneaks up to the microphone. Clutching

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Surviving the heat-NORML members remain determined

By D.R. Bartlette Since its founding five years ago, the University of Arkansas chapter of the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws or NORML, has been working toward