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Artfully Accomplished

Multi-million dollar donation to boost visual arts at UA Jaime Adame jadame@nwadg.com A $40 million gift from the Windgate Charitable Foundation will pay for new arts facilities at the University

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Council Rezones College Avenue

City plans arts corridor with Walton financing STACY RYBURN sryburn@nwadg.com The Fayetteville City Council on Dec. 5 took the first steps toward making College Avenue a more pedestrian-oriented, shop-friendly corridor

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Catchin’ A Ride

Transportation needs must be addressed DAN HOLTMEYER dholtmeyer@nwadg.com Northwest Arkansas’ public transportation system can’t be successful as it’s designed, a transit expert told area leaders this month. The Northwest Arkansas

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History worth keeping?

Historic district commissioners in Fayetteville hope a new measure will give them a chance to negotiate with property owners seeking to substantially alter or demolish homes in the city’s historically

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Hoping For Home

Shelter camp gains commission nod STACY RYBURN sryburn@nwadg.com Fayetteville planning commissioners have signed off on an idea to bring an encampment of small shelters for homeless residents to the southeast

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Proposed Club Gets Scrutiny

A new state law has given the Fayetteville City Council a chance to consider whether another bar in a problematic area of the entertainment district could lead to more 2

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All Natural

Northwest Arkansas is one of the last corners of the state without an Arkansas Game and Fish Commission Nature Center. That’s about to change. Ground was broken Thursday on a

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Waiting For Mr. Right: Tenant Still Sought For Dickson Street Corner

Bill Bowden bbowden@nwadg.com From Dead Swanky to a house of prayer. That’s the metamorphosis the Rev. Lowell Grisham would like to see for a lot that St. Paul’s Episcopal Church

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Plan for the Buffalo River Watershed Meeting Scheduled

The Arkansas Natural Resources Commission, in cooperation with the Beautiful Buffalo River Action Committee, has scheduled its second public information meeting regarding the development of the voluntary watershed-based management plan for the Buffalo River Watershed.

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Sunrise Stage Officially Opens With a Spring Concert Series

Sunrise Stage, the new live music venue connected to Sunrise Guitars, kicks off a six-show Spring Concert Series with Americana Music Legend Billy Joe Shaver on March 29.