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The Character Of The Ozarks

‘True Detective’ filming its third season near Huntsville Bill Bowden bbowden@nwadg.com The Arkansas landscape will be a character in the third season of the HBO television drama “True Detective.” Writer/director

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No Place Like Home

Council considers public housing plans STACY RYBURN sryburn@nwadg.com The Fayetteville City Council heard a few ideas regarding sources of revenue other than the federal government for public housing, and a

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Good To Be Home

Nonprofit accepts older teens for pregnancy support ANDREA JOHNSON ajohnson@nwadg.com Sade Danie imagined being a married woman living in a stable home environment when she became a mother. It didn’t

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Catchin’ A Ride

Bus services taking new direction in Fayetteville STACY RYBURN sryburn@nwadg.com The two bus services in Fayetteville hope to meld into a more cohesive unit, eliminating duplicate routes, increasing stop frequency

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Banning Books?

Petition questions removal of printed materials at UA library Jaime Adame Special to The Free Weekly The proper place for books in the main library at the University of Arkansas

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Plans Still Shifting In Parksdale

Proposal tabled so residents can renegotiate STACY RYBURN sryburn@nwadg.com A proposal city planners have been working on with Fayetteville residents since late last year to rezone their neighborhood will get

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Look At Those Choppers!

Oral health professionals offer free services ASHTON ELEY aeley@nwadg.com Many people say they have a fear of going to the dentist, but Terri Quinn had a big grin on her

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A Roof Over Every Head

Residents call for more affordable, connected, diverse housing DAN HOLTMEYER dholtmeyer@nwadg.com Hundreds of Northwest Arkansas residents say they want the region to have more housing that’s affordable and accessible to

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Shopping For Groceries

Salvation Army begins new summer food program ASHTON ELEY aeley@nwadg.com About 65 families are signed up to shop the shelves and refrigerators at the Salvation Army’s new Client-Choice Food Pantry,

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‘Green’ Business

Pot farming considered agricultural, judge rules SCARLET SIMS ssims@nwadg.com A proposed marijuana farm can start operations without Quorum Court approval, a Washington County Circuit judge has decided. Growing marijuana falls