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Fayetteville was originally inhabited by the Osage and Cherokees and was settled in 1828. It offers 71 public parks, historic Dickson Street, the Botanical Garden of the Ozarks and America's first national river—the Buffalo River. Fayetteville has been home to Lucinda Williams, Bill Clinton and Hillary Clinton. There is even a museum dedicated to the Clintons. In 2008, Kiplinger's Magazine noted it as one of the "Best Cities to Work, Play, and Live."

Population: 58047
Local Newspapers: Northwest Arkansas Democrat Gazette Northwest Arkansas Times Noticias Libres
Local Sports Teams: The University of Arkansas Razorbacks
Local Colleges: University of Arkansas

Zip Codes associated with fayetteville, arkansas: 72701 72703 72704
Towns/Cities near fayetteville, arkansas : Johnson Wyman Greenland Farmington Wheeler Goshen Elkins West Fork

Fayetteville News
Kelley Pleads Not Guilty To DWI, Reckless Driving Charges

Arkansas redshirt freshman quarterback Cole Kelley pleaded not guilty Friday in Fayetteville District Court to driving while intoxicated and reckless driving. Kelley, 20, was arrested about 4 a.m. on Nov. 12 after Fayetteville police saw him driving erratically on Wedington Drive, according to a preliminary arrest report.

Artfully Accomplished

A $40 million gift from the Windgate Charitable Foundation will pay for new arts facilities at the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville. The largest single grant made by the foundation in its history provides another boost to UA's art school after the August announcement of a $120 million gift from the Walton Charitable Family Support Foundation.

UA plans new Art & Design District in south Fayetteville

The program received a $120 million gift from the Walton Family Charitable Support Foundation back in August to create the University of Arkansas School of Art, and this week, the department got another $40 million for another exciting project. The new gift, given by the Windgate Charitable Foundation and announced this week by interim school of art director Jeannie Hulen, will be used to create a new Art & Design district in South Fayetteville.

Police: Fayetteville Man Drove Off With Officer Inside His Car

Troy Brandon, 53, was arrested Monday and also faces misdemeanor charges of communicating a false alarm, obstructing governmental operations and loitering. Fayetteville police were patrolling about 2:55 a.m. Monday near North West End Avenue, where they noticed a woman abruptly leave a parked car as they approached an apartment complex, according to a preliminary arrest report.

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Probably by now, most of your Christmas gifts have already been purchased. They're also already wrapped, too, and under the tree just waiting to be ripped open in a tornado of paper, ribbon, glitter and bows on Christmas day.

Christmas classic gets fresh frame in TheatreSquared's 'It's a Wonderful Life'

"It's a Wonderful Life," now on stage at TheatreSquared, imagines the holiday classic as a radio play. The show runs through Dec. 31. The late great author and social commenter Kurt Vonnegut once tried to break down the essentials of telling a tale like this: "Somebody gets into trouble, then gets out of it again.

Fayetteville unveils the design plans for library expansion

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'The Liberal Redneck, wellRED comedy tour coming Fayetteville

Crowder, along with comedians Drew Morgan and Corey Ryan Forrester, are bringing their wellRED comedy tour to the Walton Arts Center on Saturday, April 14. Their new tour, wellRED: From Dixie With Love, is about celebrating everything great about the South and telling stories from a place of love. It's about dancing to country music at a gay wedding.

"The Liberal Redneck" coming to Fayetteville in 2018

Comedian Trae Crowder a.k.a. "The Liberal Redneck" and two others are coming to the Walton Arts Center for a show. Crowder, Drew Morgan and Corey Ryan Forrester added Fayetteville, Arkansas as a stop on their tour "wellRED: From Dixie With Love."

Arkansan, civil-rights reporter Roy Reed dies

Reporter Roy Reed is among the journalists gathered outside the Selma, Ala., city jail when Martin Luther King Jr. was released from the jail after posting a $200 bond in this February 1965 photo. Reed, 87, was taken by ambulance from Hogeye to Washington Regional Medical Center in Fayetteville, where doctors determined he'd had a hemorrhagic stroke, according to family members.

In Becoming an Arts Beacon, UA Refurbishes a Landmark

A quarter of a $120 million gift from the Walton Family Charitable Support Foundation is earmarked to renovate the Fine Arts Building at the University of Arkansas, a landmark designed by Edward Durell Stone.

2 finalists announced for top job at UAMS

University of Arkansas System President Donald Bobbitt named on Friday a second pair of finalists vying for the chancellorship at the system's academic medical center after the withdrawal of the first two. The finalists for the next leader of the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, Little Rock are Stephanie Gardner, 53, who before becoming interim chancellor at UAMS was the senior vice chancellor for academic affairs and provost; and Dr. Cam Patterson, 54, senior vice president and chief operating officer at New York-Presbyterian/Weill-Cornell Medical Center.

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Copy boy! Copy person! There's news breaking every second! The wires are burning up! The magic Internet Wi-Fi thingy that sends news stories to our computer is burning up! The University of Arkansas has a new director of athletics! It's about time. It's been hours and hours since the firing of the last guy.

Springdale leaders discuss growth

Making Springdale a more desirable place to live as well as work appeared on the priority list of every topic brought up at a planning session today of more than 100 business leaders, city staff and elected officials. "If we're going to keep up economic growth, Springdale has to be more than the place to drive to work," said Joe Rollins, spokesman for the study group on economic growth.

Third Man Arrested In Fayetteville Shooting

Police have arrested a third man linked to a November shooting that injured one person after an attempted robbery on North Chickadee Avenue. Chaucencey Boles was arrested Thursday in connection with first-degree battery; aggravated robbery; aggravated assault and engaging in violent group activity - all felonies.

Council Rezones College Avenue

The Free Weekly/DAVID GOTTSCHALK Andrew Garner , Fayetteville planning director, Terry Gulley, transportation director, Garner Stoll, development services director, Kyle Smith, council member, Sarah Marsh, council member, Mayor Lioneld Jordan and Matthew Petty, council member, pause on College Avenue in Fayetteville. The officials toured from Maple to North Street to look at zoning options to encourage development friendly to pedestrians with good architecture design.

Weekend Flyer: The Too's, Acrobats of Tianjin, Opal Agafia & The Sweet Nothings, and more

Fossil Cove Brewing will celebrate the release of this year's Coffee IPA with an Ugly Sweater Party Friday night. The event will feature live music from Isayah Warford , and other festivities.

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