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Help With Legal Aid To 'Save' Buffalo

Dear Editor and Readers, We are in need of your help. The Buffalo National River Watershed Alliance was created in order to protect the Buffalo River Watershed from a proposed


Religion Should Be More Taxing

“Right now, churches are tax-exempt because they’re supposed to be non-profit organizations. And if you aren’t laughing hysterically at that notion, I have a few business deals I’d like to

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When Hurry Met Sally

By Amy Alkon I planned a cross-country trip to introduce my girlfriend of five months to my family. She just sprang on me that she wants my family to meet


Reggae Album Chronicles Spiritual And Musical Journey

Fayetteville native, Joseph Israel (born Joseph Fennel) releases his second album, Kingdom Road

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Go Green with Words

By Amanda Bancroft The Sierra Club once partnered with the National Rifle Association for their mutual goal of conservation. But try to collaborate with diverse (often opposing) groups, and you

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Core Brewing Grows With Top-Quality Product

Core Brewing and Distilling Co. in Springdale is expanding it’s operation with the hopes of becoming a regional, and even national distributor. The new system will allow them to brew

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Planting The Seeds Of The Future: An Interview With Chris Conrad

  By Rita Baldini For centuries, industrial hemp (plant species Cannabis sativa) has been a source of fiber and oilseed manufactured worldwide for a variety of industrial and consumer products.

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Spay Arkansas Reaches 10,000th Clients

Milestone Helps Further Dream Of World With No Homeless Pets Staff Report Spay Arkansas, host of low-cost spay and neuter services, performed its 10,000th surgery Aug. 22. In honor of


Aqualine: A Renewable Energy Thriller

Staff Report A new thriller focused on renewable energy by P.K. Brown has just been released by a Maryland-based publishing company, PublishAmerica, whose owners are “fundamentally opposed to issuing contracts

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What If You Had To Go Through Immigration?

One Local Speaks Up About Her Families Experience By Tanya Giraldo Immigration reform continues to be a topic of discussion without a clear solution. Currently, Immigration Reform 2013 has been