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Child Abuse Cases Go Up, Along With Need For Advocates

By Terrah Baker Child abuse in NWA keeps going up, said director of development & marketing for the Court Appointed Child Advocate (CASA) program Julie Lolley. According to the Arkansas


Fear And Loathing And Lathering

“Ol’ Ricky always reminds me of my favorite verse from the Bible, ‘And the Lord looked down on Santorum and said to just about anyone who would listen, ‘What a


The High Voltage Bridge from Nowhere to Nowhere

Special Contribution By Mikel Lolley AEP/SWEPCO is requesting the Arkansas Public Service Commission (PSC) approve a 345,000 volt transmission line from Benton County to Carroll County, carried atop 180-foot tall


Final Jazz Performance Of Concert Series

The final concert in the KUAF Summer Concert Series is this Friday

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Wuss It Good For Her?

By Amy Alkon I’ve been on three dates with a gorgeous, funny, kind, and successful woman. Two weeks ago, we met for drinks with a group of my friends, and

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Blue Moon — 2nd Full Moon, Leo Solar Festival

Esoteric Astrology as news for week of August 15-21, 2013 This is our last week of Leo, sign of the “burning ground.” Leo does not stream into any planets (as

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Roots Festival Crowds Confident In Good Music, Great Time

  “This is the kind of stuff that shows folk music still has a vibrant future.” — Chris Spector, Midwest Record By Terrah Baker The goal of Roots Festival —

Making Ripples

Go Off-Grid in 7 Steps

By Amanda Bancroft Recently, I connected with, whose slogan is “Skills you need now for the tough times ahead.” It isn’t an extensive website, with only three free videos