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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 riverâ€”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."
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
ATV accident kills ex-UA student
A 22-year-old former University of Arkansas, Fayetteville student described as both outdoorsy and a "girly girl" was one of two spectators killed in an all-terrain vehicle accident in Alabama over the weekend, officials said. Erin Duncan of Elkins was attending the Saturday event at the Stony Lonesome Off-Highway Vehicle Park in Bremen, Ala., coroner Jeremy Kilpatrick said.Woods, others answer to new indictment in kickback scheme
Attorneys for three men indicted on charges they arranged kickbacks in return for state grants entered not guilty pleas Monday for their clients to a revised set of allegations in the case. Attorneys for former state Sen. Jon Woods, R-Springdale, Ecclesia College President Oren Paris III of Springdale and Randell Shelton, a consultant of Alma, notified federal court of their intention to seek a delay at a 10 a.m. arraignment hearing at the courthouse in Fayetteville.Lawsuit a Low Note for Arvest Notary
An Oklahoma man who said his name was forged on a loan document is going after the notary who allegedly signed off on the paperwork.2 school aides OK'd to work after death
Two of five classroom aides on leave since the death of a Fayetteville first-grader were cleared to return to work at Vandergriff Elementary School, according to a school district news release. One of the two aides, however, submitted her resignation after being informed of the district's decision, the news release said.SmArts
Over the weekend, I had the opportunity to share my work at two separate readings - one on Friday night hosted by the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville, and one on Saturday hosted by Impossible Language, a fabulous reading series in Memphis, TN. There's much to say about reading and reading series, of course, but I'll forgo it in favor of writing about the five-hour journey from Fayetteville to Memphis.Three potential draftees to have makeshift Pro Day
Four days before the draft, three players likely to be drafted late on Friday or on Saturday in the 4-7 rounds of the NFL Draft will have a makeshift Pro Day for scouts. Arkansas wide receiver Cody Hollister, Wyoming tight end Jacob Hollister, and Arkansas wide receiver Keon Hatcher will go through a workout for several scouts on the University of Arkansas campus.State jobless rate falls to record low of 3.6%
Arkansas' unemployment rate dropped to 3.6 percent in March, its third-straight monthly record low, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics said Friday. Since 1957, as far back as data are available, Arkansas' unemployment rate has not been as low as 3.8 percent until this year, according to the bureau.Fayetteville clears two employees to return to school following student's death 13 MIN
Two employees have been cleared to return to work at Vandergriff Elementary School following an internal investigation into the death of a 6-year-old student, according to a press release from Fayetteville Public Schools. Five people, who are referred to as "paraprofessionals" in the press release, were placed on a leave of absence amid the investigation into the death of Vandergriff student Adron Benton on March 7th.High School Flag Football Game Features Devastating Stiff-Arm
This flag football game in Fayetteville, Ar. featured one of the more devastating stiff-arms you'll ever see.Richard's Country Meat Market prepared for crawfish season, upcoming holidays
After being name the Best of the Best meat market by the Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette for nine years running, there's no doubt that Richard's Country Meat Market in Fayetteville is the place to go for all of your beef, pork and chicken needs. "Crawfish season is huge for us right now," owner Richard McGinnis said.Medical marijuana growth facility sets sights on Fayetteville
The City Council on May 2 will consider selling 5 acres in south Fayetteville for $75,000 to Brian Faught, executive vice president of Adcomm. Faught intends to develop the property under his new company, AR-Canna LLC, a medical marijuana cultivation facility, according to city documents.Former Alabama commit now pledged to another SEC school
Akail Byers, a defensive lineman from Fayetteville, Arkansas, was scheduled to sign with the Crimson Tide this February. When academic qualification issues came up, he signed with Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College.Mentor gave writer his chance
How many of us owe our careers to a person that took a chance on us over more qualified candidates? For me, that person was Jim Morriss, the longtime editor of the Morning News in Springdale. Morriss died last week, and tributes are pouring in from former employees, colleagues and proteges.Look for ways to give back to our Earth
Earth Day, April 22, arrives at a time when the Earth is bursting with life. Trees are leafing out, grass is becoming thick and green, flowers are blossoming in cheerful color.Report: Commercial Real Estate Absorption Quickens in NWA
The effects of changing consumer shopping habits are starting to show up in northwest Arkansas commercial real estate trends, according to the latest Arvest Bank Skyline Report on real estate.Review: Complicated relationships provide the curiosities in "The Curious Incident" at the WAC
How does anyone stage a play about complicated relationships, a disorder on the autism spectrum and patience, with a dash of mathematics thrown in for good measure? If "The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time" is our only such example, and I suspect it is, the answer is with noise, lights, inventive stage craft and a little bit of humanity. "Curious Incident" is the rare play to be presented as part of the Walton Arts Center's Broadway series, which usually features singalong musicals.Burrito Loco is coming to the Fayetteville square
According to signs that were recently placed on the building, Burrito Loco is set to open at 1 E. Center Street, Suite 160, in the space formerly home to Bouchee Bistro. Burrito Loco got its start in the back of the Columbia Mex convenience store at 2155 W. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., and eventually grew to take over most of the space.
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