Tyson to close poultry facilities in Arkansas, Virginia
Tyson Foods is closing two facilities that employ more than 1,600 people in an effort to streamline its U.S. poultry business.
UPDATED: Fire again damages former Arsaga’s at the Depot building near Dickson Street in Fayetteville
It’s the second time a fire has broken out at the building in five months. Firefighters were dispatched to the former restaurant in the early morning hours of Oct. 12, 2022.
Mr. Gatti’s Pizza plans Fayetteville location
A Texas-based pizza restaurant and arcade chain is planning to open several locations in Arkansas, including one in Fayetteville.
Signature Bank of Arkansas not affiliated with recently-closed New York-based bank
A Fayetteville based bank on Monday issued a statement to make it clear to customers and others that it is not affiliated with a New York-based bank of the same name that was taken over by regulators on Monday.
Ending affirmative action in Arkansas tabled by House panel
A proposal to end affirmative action by government agencies in Arkansas was tabled by a House panel Monday, following criticism that it could jeopardize dozens of programs around the state.
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Enter the 2023 Fayetteville Flyer Bracket Challenge
We’ve renewed our NCAA bracket challenge from last year once again to see which Flyer readers are best at skillfully predicting the NCAA Tournament games for the 2023 tournament.
Fayetteville public meetings: March 13-17, 2023
Planning Commission, City Council agenda-setting session, Ordinance Review Committee, Arts Council, Black Heritage Preservation Commission and more.
Arkansas to face Illinois in first round of NCAA Tournament
The Hogs were seeded No. 8 in the West Region, and will play No. 9 Illinois in Des Moines, Iowa at Wells Fargo Arena at 3:30 p.m. on Thursday, March 16.
Lincoln school district considers 4-day school week
An Arkansas school district is scheduled Monday to discuss moving to a four-day school week.
Arkansas AD apologizes for incident with Kentucky reporter
Arkansas’ athletic director has apologized after a Kentucky student journalist said his cellphone was grabbed and thrown to the ground by a Razorbacks staffer.
Lawsuit filed over new Arkansas law on initiative signatures
A lawsuit was filed Friday challenging a new Arkansas measure that makes it harder to get initiatives on the ballot by raising the number of counties where signatures must be gathered.