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Songs For The Blue Marble

By Robert Laurence Donna Stjerna has written, oh, seven hundred songs. More or less. Love songs, gift songs, Ozark songs, tree songs, therapy songs, heirloom songs, peace songs, justice songs.

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Premiums High For Middle Class Americans Hoping Dust Will Soon Settle

By Terrah Baker“This is like Christmas,” one attendee of an informational meeting on the Affordable Health Care Act held at Fayetteville Public Library said. “I can’t believe this is real.”This


Musical Legends Of Fayetteville Release 2nd Album

“Earl Cate, Arkansas native and one-half of the acclaimed Cate Brothers, exemplifies the kind of world class talent you can find right on Fayetteville’s fabled Dickson Street.” — (The


Sunshine School Offers Much Needed Community Support

A Very Special Art Show: Under The Sea, Nov. 22, 5:30 – 7:30 p.m., $25 or $40 for a couple. The show will feature various artists, including Under-the-Sea themed art

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Bullying’s Evolution Amplifies its Effects

By Sam Smith MD, Surgeon in Chief, Arkansas Children’s Hospital As a kid, I was smaller than most of my classmates and was definitely considered bookish. I had a late

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Save Money, Get In Shape, Change The World

“I’ve gone from a 30-minute commute to and from work to less than 15-minutes on the same route. I’ve seen my endurance and abilities … go up drastically and my

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Crappily Ever After

By Amy Alkon My husband of a year is the most selfish, inconsiderate, cold-shouldered man I’ve ever known. He’s 24; I’m 22. He behaved similarly when we were dating, but


Bringing History To Life

It’s no secret: librarians are big on stories and information. Words written, spoken or sung, documents, records, letters, manuscripts, databases…you get the picture. We are also big on keeping those

Making Ripples

Homesteader’s Guide to Finding Land

By Amanda Bancroft Readers’ Questions: “Could you shed some light on your land search process? We are searching for affordable land, but feel we are over our heads because we

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Fayetteville Creates District Aimed At Energy Efficiency

Becomes First In Arkansas Staff Report It was early in 2013 that Arkansas passed legislation that would make way for financing options for “green” building improvements. The Property Assessed Clean