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Wildlife Christmas Trees

By Amanda Bancroft There’s a debate about which type of tree — artificial or real — has the least amount of environmental impact. Wikipedia states a real tree generates 3.1

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CORRECTION: Last week, TFW reported that Anonymous Coffee Roasters supplies coffee to Arsaga’s. In fact, Arsaga’s has been roasting their own coffee for almost eight years and does not receive

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Solar-Powered Plane To Fly Around World

University Of Arkansas Professor Designs Autopilot System To Keep It In The Air At Night By Mason Carr Robert Saunders, University Of Arkansas electrical engineering instructor, will design an autopilot


What Kind of Jobs Are We Talking?

By Terrah Baker I hear a lot about jobs in our economy. “There are no jobs. There are new jobs. These jobs are good. These jobs suck. We need more


The Reason for the Season

By Rachel Birdsell I have seen the phrase “reason for the season” about 9,526 times this month. We are all being implored to please, for the love of all things

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Unlucky In Shove

“In love, it’s the little things that count, like keeping your boyfriend’s food warm while he’s in your closet talking to another woman.” By Amy Alkon My husband was a


The Hobbit: An Unexpected Cash Grab

By Christopher Lawrence Sure, producers split the final “Harry Potter” novel into two movies. But that book weighed more than many healthy newborns. And the “Twilight” and “Hunger Games” franchises


A Little Bit Psycho, Western

By Sean Clancy Arkansas Democrat-Gazette Take a slab of garage rock psychosis, add a bootful of vintage country and western, a dash of inspiration from the old Donnie & Marie

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Walmart Responds to Concerns of Sustainability

By Mason Carr A University of Arkansas research organization that gathers information on consumer goods’ sustainability has been ranked as one of the top 10 world-changing ideas of 2012. Scientific


Fiction For Fun — "Red Sauce"

Red Sauce By Chad Pollock For 33 years, Cantaloupe served barbecue and beer in his garage off rural route two-four-four. He ran below the level, having never seen the need