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The Big Smokeout

It may be the final nail in the coffin for coffin nails … at least for indoor settings.

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Smoking Ban Part II

Ward 1 council member Adella Gray officially announced she will bring forward her proposed amendment at the next council meeting to remove the exemption for bars, effectively banning smoking in all workplaces within the city of Fayetteville.

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Streets Opened

Days of deluge led the city of Fayetteville to close some streets Monday (April 25), but city crews worked constantly to combat the flooding.

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Bad Weather/Street Closings

Because of really bad weather — i.e., unbelievable neverending rain and thunderstorms — the city of Fayetteville is advising residents to stay off roads or use extreme caution if they must drive.

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Cow Paddy Success

At more than 300 registrants, the Cow Paddy greatly exceeded expectations, and in doing so, raised more than $6,000 dollars for public education.

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Bush Examined

C-SPAN, professors, experts and Q&A — all centered around a examination of the presidency of George W. Bush.

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More For Your Market

The initial two weeks of the Fayetteville Farmers’ Market turned out nearly 5,000 attendees, according to the market manager Peggy Maringer. Two more divisions of the farmer’s market will open the first week of May.

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Earth Day Goes Interactive

Let’s face it — Earth Day in Fayetteville is not just one day anymore.

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Take Back The Night

Join the Take Back the Night March tonight (Friday, April 15) at 7 p.m. starting at Arvest Plaza on the Fayetteville square.

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Rock The Vote

Time once again to vote for your favorites in local music for the Northwest Arkansas Music Awards.