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To Ride Or Not To Ride?

Bike lane project gains attention STACY RYBURN sryburn@nwadg.com A temporary bike lane that has neighbors divided appears to be slowing down cars as intended, but some adjustments may be needed,

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News Of The Weird

Naked man causes chaos on College Avenue Staff Report Police arrested a man Saturday afternoon, Jan. 5, as he was running naked through parking lots and stores at the intersection

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Jason Suel

Actor, director, teacher, comic, emcee, TV host Q. Five years ago, what effect did you want to have on the arts in Northwest Arkansas? A. Five years ago, I was

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Lights! Camera! Action!

Arkansas making its name in the movies LARA JO HIGHTOWER lhightower@nwadg.com In the past, says Kerri Elder, owner and executive producer at Fayetteville’s production and media company Rockhill Studios, Arkansas

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Looking Back Before Looking Ahead

Tradition of Top 10 stories continues for 2018 It all started with Kevin Kinder, the longtime editor of What’s Up! He believed in looking back at the year just past before

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Everything Old Is New Again

Rogers Historical Museum ready for its closeup BECCA MARTIN-BROWN bmartin@nwadg.com It takes a village to collect, preserve and present the history of a village — especially one that boasts the

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Two Years After Death

UA student leaves legacy for family, friends ELLA RUTH HILL Special to The Free Weekly It wasn’t expected. There weren’t any goodbyes. She was making plans with her sorority sisters.

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Bucks For Bikers — And Walkers

Regional trails benefit from state money RON WOOD rwood@nwadg.com Several trail projects in Northwest Arkansas, including Decatur’s Veteran’s Trail and one at Devil’s Den State Park, are getting a share

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Charities In State Feeling The Pinch

Finances drying up, a study finds Bill Bowden Special to The Free Weekly Many Arkansas nonprofits are struggling, according to a new study. One respondent said she needed grants to

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‘Wild West-Style Parking’?

Planning Commission looks at FHS needs STACY RYBURN sryburn@nwadg.com At least 40 parking spaces have been secured for Fayetteville High School students for the remainder of the school year. The