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Bonuses for city workers, First Thursday expanding, a proposal to allow pedicabs onto the trail system. All this and more at your city council meeting!

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Ranger's Pantry Needs Supplies

There is an urgent need for any size or brand of dry dog and cat food. Donations can be dropped off at the Community Services office at 125 W. Mountain or at any Fayetteville fire station.

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Primus Tickets Going On Sale

Two flavors I never thought I’d see in the same sentence: Primus and Rick Springfield.

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The Eurekan

The Eurekan multisport event will include a sprint-distance triathlon on Friday, road bike tour rides and races on Saturday and running races on Sunday.

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Memphis Pencils get a $300 boost for CD

Art Amiss is awarding a $300 grant to Fayetteville band Memphis Pencils to help them professionally master their new album.

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Pleasant Surprise

With a bit of good luck and some impressive cost-cutting efforts on the part of staff, the city of Fayetteville swung from a projected $1 million shortfall to a $1.1 million surplus.

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Possum Flown

In an area that changed dramatically and at intervals rapidly, Bruce Walker and Flying Possum Leather along with faithful canine companion Bugsy were longtime, laid-back fixtures amidst the rock and sometimes raucous nature of Dickson Street.

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Fire At Flying Possum

A fire has caused severe harm to Flying Possum Leather on Dickson Street in Fayetteville.

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Reading The Fine Print

The Naturals’ opening night will be April 7. Tickets go on sale this Saturday, March 5. You can be sure they will be running specials and promotions all year as they build the legacy of Farm League Baseball in NWA.

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Park. Phone. Pay.

If you’re not using your cell phone enough already, here’s one more way to exploit that mobile device: use it to pay for parking in the Fayetteville entertainment district.