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Professional Training Required

The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration announced in August that it had contract work for up to 2,100 language specialists to transcribe wiretaps with immediate needs in the Atlanta field office for 144 Spanish experts, along with 12 for Vietnamese and nine each for Korean, Farsi and “Ebonics.”


Win! / Fail :(

The city of Fayetteville finally got the 200 acres of land promised to it in the wrangling over the intended SouthPass residential and commercial development project.

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AMP a part of WAC future?

The Walton Arts Center dropped some intriguing news Wednesday night: It has it’s eye on the Arkansas Music Pavilion. According to an e-mail news release, the WAC facilities committee has

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Take Some more 'Steps'

TheatreSquared is announcing a one-week extension of its popular comedy thriller “The 39 Steps,” adding shows Sept. 23-26.

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Pet of the Week

Othello is a male pitbull who is housebroken, good with other dogs and kids. He loves to play fetch and is OK on a leash, but needs some work.
For more information on adopting Othello or another pet call the Fayetteville Animal Shelter at 479-444-3456.


The 5th Dementia

It’s pegasi versus unicorns.

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Oh @#$%!!!

Well, duh.
It’s been a week of forehead-slapping, I-coulda-had-a-V8 revelations of obviousness.

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Pop's Is Tops

I’ve often driven past Pop’s and thought that I needed to try it — mostly because of my torrid love affair with dives and from the outside, the place definitely has a dive-like appearance. But since I’m not down on 15th Street all that much, it has a tendency to slip my mind, much like a lot of other things, including my own name on occasion. I finally made it down to Pop’s and I really wish I would have tried it a lot sooner.

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Beer O' The Week

Wamp’s Wisdom Acme California Pale Ale  — 5 percent alcohol by volume — is a regular offering from North Coast Brewing Co. in Fort Bragg, Calif. Color is a hazy

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The Kruth Talks

Razorback football tailgating returned in fall fashion, but with a few changes. Now all signs and banners must be approved by the university. Tents cannot be staked into the ground. No smoking on campus, although a few fiendishly smoked butts were traced amongst the stadium steps.