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Fayetteville was originally inhabited by the Osage and Cherokees and was settled in 1828. It offers 71 public parks, historic Dickson Street, the Botanical Garden of the Ozarks and America's first national river—the Buffalo River. Fayetteville has been home to Lucinda Williams, Bill Clinton and Hillary Clinton. There is even a museum dedicated to the Clintons. In 2008, Kiplinger's Magazine noted it as one of the "Best Cities to Work, Play, and Live."

Population: 58047
Local Newspapers: Northwest Arkansas Democrat Gazette Northwest Arkansas Times Noticias Libres
Local Sports Teams: The University of Arkansas Razorbacks
Local Colleges: University of Arkansas

Zip Codes associated with fayetteville, arkansas: 72701 72703 72704
Towns/Cities near fayetteville, arkansas : Johnson Wyman Greenland Farmington Wheeler Goshen Elkins West Fork

Fayetteville News
Forty Under 40: Becca Brisiel

"I always loved shopping with my mom and also dressing up in her clothes," Brisiel said. "It's something that can be looked at as materialistic, but for me it's always been a fun art form, an opportunity for creative expression."

Forty Under 40: Shannon Mirus

Growing up amongst the row crops of northeast Arkansas, Shannon Mirus saw that agriculture was both the heart and economic engine of her community - whether people grew rice or soybeans, sold farm trucks, worked in banking or cooked for a farmer. "Everybody where I'm from is in agriculture or is tied to agriculture," she said.

Fayetteville Teacher Receives Award After Overcoming Obstacles

It's been a long and hard road for Asbell Elementary School first grade teacher Crystal Hinrichs, but it's her tenacity that awarded her Fayetteville Public School's first ever triumph award. "My senior year of high school I had a really rough year.

Weekly deals & more: Aug. 21-27, 2017

Use code "August" for a 10% discount to register for the Downtown Runaround, benefitting the Jones Center ! Expires Aug. 31, so hurry. JJ's Grill on Steamboat has live music this week with Jocko, Jamie Wolfe & The Wranglers, Toxic Rhythms, and more! Mark your calendar for some awesome Fayetteville Roots shows at Maxine's , including Dana Louise & The Glorious Birds, Shawn James, more! Get not one, but two Better Ready pizzas at Eureka Pizza during the eclipse on Monday, for just $4.99.

Forty Under 40: Alex Baldwin

Alex Baldwin opened up his own insurance office, or "scratch" agency, in Fayetteville in October 2010. At 27 years old, he was the youngest State Farm agent/owner in Arkansas.

Campuses take steps during gun-law wait

A new state law that allows enhanced carry in previously forbidden places like bars, churches and college campuses takes effect Sept. 1. But there's a catch: The same law calls for concealed carry permit holders to have enhanced training before taking weapons onto those properties.

Fayetteville troupe to open season with Fun Home

Fayetteville professional company TheatreSquared opens its 12th season Wednesday with Fun Home at Walton Arts Center's Nadine Baum Studios, 505 W. Spring St., Fayetteville.

Part Of MLK Jr. Blvd. Shut Down Due To Down Power Lines In Fayetteville

Drivers in Fayetteville are having to deal with a traffic backup after a tree fell onto a power line, Friday evening . According to Fayetteville dispatch, MLK and Sang Avenue is shut down.

Morgan Manor expansion plan in Fayetteville stalls

Housing Authority officials say a plan to expand a public housing operated complex will continue despite state denial of the project's main source of revenue. The Housing Authority sought a tax credit that would have paved the way for an expansion at Morgan Manor, 324 E. 12th Place.

"Hazmat Situation" in Fayetteville turns into possible false alarm

A hazmat situation turned into a possible false alarm at the University of Arkansas Friday afternoon, Capt. Matt Mills with the UAPD.

Green Candy public art works begin in Fayetteville

The event, which includes a group of international and local artists selected to create a series of public art works throughout the downtown area, is headed by Experience Fayetteville, the city's tourism department. Artists and artwork are curated by global creative house JustKids, the same group who organized the renowned "The Unexpected" street art festival in Fort Smith .

Restaurant Transitions: James at Mill closes; Stoby's returns;...

James at the Mill has closed. The fine-dining establishment that opened in 1994 inside the Inn at the Mill in Johnson, outside Fayetteville, focused on chef Miles James.

No glasses? No problem. Craft projects provide alternatives to viewing eclipse

In this Wednesday, Aug. 2, 2017 file photo, Emmalyn Johnson, 3, tries on her free pair of eclipse glasses at Mauney Memorial Library in Kings Mountain, N.C. Glasses are being given away at the library for free while supplies last ahead of the big event on Aug. 21. Clouds or clear skies, the Aug. 21 eclipse has the potential to permanently damage unprotected eyes and one Fayetteville native wants to make sure young ones are protecting their sight. Frank Sperandeo, 81, stopped by the Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette to share three different methods for viewing the eclipse.

Fayetteville Roots Festival gathers in the masses with community programming

Nature & Madness will play a set of Guy Clark songs as part of a tribute to Clark, who headlined the 2011 Roots Festival and passed away in 2016 It's easy to get overwhelmed by the sheer size of the Fayetteville Roots Festival . With 108 events spread over five days at more than a dozen venues, and including headlining musical acts such as Iron & Wine , The Wood Brothers and Rodney Crowell , no one could blame you for overlooking an event here or there.

UA plans 'celebration of life' for longtime AD Frank Broyles

The University of Arkansas says a "celebration of life" will be held in Fayetteville on Saturday for Frank Broyles, who died Monday at the age of 92. UA says the celebration will take place at 2 p.m. Saturday at Bud Walton Arena. 40/29 News will have live coverage of the event.

Gulley Park Concert Series concludes Thursday with U.S. Navy Band Cruisers

The final Gulley Park Summer Concert event is set for this Thursday, Aug. 17 with a performance by the U.S. Navy Band Cruisers. According to city officials, Fayetteville is one of 14 cities in four states hosting a performance by the the band during its 2017 tour.

Second-Hand Finds Are First Rate In Fayetteville

The Free Weekly/MICHAEL WOODS The 410 Vintage Market located at 410 N. College Ave. in Fayetteville has a section that specializes in mid-century furnishings. When you're ready to get rid of the bare white walls and cinder block shelves, don't spend a bundle on brand new furniture - in the last 10 years, the flea market and thrift biz in Fayetteville has boomed.

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