Defendant in civil trial asks for new trial after local juror “Tweets” about the case
Category: Local News
The State of Birth Control in Northwest Arkansas
Provision will make it easier to get affordable birth control on college campuses and community health clinics.
Good reads: Some of our favorite local blogs
Here are some of the local blogs we’ve been reading. What else should we check out?
Benefit for Nicholas Bunch-Evans
A benefit is being held to help support the family of an infant born with a rare joint disease.
Taxi’s rooftop ads remain unlawful
Are you in favor of Fayetteville’s sign ordinance? Think it detracts business?
Day-tripping: Eureka Springs
Fayetteville rules, but if you need to get out of town for a day, Eureka Springs is a nice change of pace.
University of Arkansas unveils new logo
The new mark was unveiled on March 3 and will be adopted on July 1, 2009.
Now open: Trailside Café and Tea Room
A tiny café with a big menu just opened up on the Frisco Trail.
Little Canada shirts available
As and you shall receive. The Council of Bulbous Globules delivers the coveted “Little Canada” shirts via CafePress.
Indian food in Fayetteville?
Ella’s Restaurant is looking to fill the much-needed Indian food gap here in Fayetteville.
Coming Soon: Lillie, Lou and Jacq
Dickson Street will be seeing a new restaurant come late April. Joseph Brackji, owner of Lillie, Lou and Jacq takes some time out to fill us in on what to expect.
Tibetan sand mandala in Mullins Library starts today
Geshe Dorjee along with three other Tibetan scholars will be making a sand mandala in the Walton reading room at Mullins Library.