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One Man Can

When Payton Head heard the “n-word” shouted at him on campus, he was startled — but not surprised. He was startled he was president of the student government at the

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Speed Dating

UA art school tries out relationship with Walker-Stone House STACY RYBURN sryburn@nwadg.com While crews repair the building, an historic home downtown will have temporary tenants, which may lead to a

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Changing The Game Plan

United Way fundraising falls far short United Way of Northwest Arkansas’ major fundraising campaign will fall $500,000 short of its $2.35 million goal, the Lowell-based charity announced Feb. 13. The

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‘Money Doesn’t Wait’

Community discusses historic properties STACY RYBURN sryburn@nwadg.com   Preserving the city’s historic neighborhoods will take participation, coordination and education, about 50 residents agreed Feb. 5 during a public discussion. The

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An Antidote To Crisis

Fayetteville to equip police with anti-opioid medication ASHTON ELEY aeley@nwadg.com The Fayetteville Police Department is the latest in the state to send its officers out on the streets with Narcan

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Moving Toward Main Street

Planners consider evolution of College Avenue STACY RYBURN sryburn@nwadg.com   College Avenue transformed over decades from a two-lane dirt road cutting through trees and farmland to a main thoroughfare nearly

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State Of The City

The Fayetteville city administration is ready to take bold risks to address residents’ needs and build upon previous accomplishments, laying a foundation for the future, Mayor Lioneld Jordan said Jan.

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Walk The Walk

City thinking deeper on sidewalks STACY RYBURN sryburn@nwadg.com The ire surrounding a sidewalk proposed for a neighborhood near the University of Arkansas campus prompted city officials to rethink their approach.

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Home Away

The 7 Hills Homeless Center’s move to the southern part of Fayetteville has done a lot of good for the area while bringing some drawbacks, members, neighbors and other city

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Four Minutes, Four Questions with Terrilyn Wendling, Rogers Historical Museum

So far, says Terrilyn Wendling, assistant director of the Rogers Historical Museum, the current buildings have not been much affected by expansion efforts that include the refurbished Hailey Building across