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Recent articles by Cole:

Fayetteville police, protesters react to demonstration on the square

Both the police and protest organizers agree the protest was a success. → Read More

Fayetteville community protests in response to death of George Floyd

Hundreds of people protested the death of George Floyd at the intersection of College and Lafayette. → Read More

Two employees, one resident test positive for coronavirus at Springdale nursing home

The Maples at Har-Ber Meadows tested all employees and residents. → Read More

FBI investigates at Fayetteville apartment complex

The Fayetteville Police Department and FBI were on scene for several hours. → Read More

Water safety, social distancing encouraged on Memorial Day weekend in Arkansas

Beaver Lake and Lake Fayetteville are taking precautions during the pandemic. → Read More

Centerton to hold inaugural Little League season

Governor Hutchinson announced that some team sports can resume on June 1st with restrictions. → Read More

Arkansas team sports announcement delayed

Officials say the announcement will be made Thursday, May 21st. → Read More

Springdale elementary schools celebrate graduates

Graduating seniors returned to their elementary schools to reunite with their former teachers. → Read More

The New School holds first graduation ceremony

Students in the class of 2020 are the first graduates from the private school. → Read More

Court docs tell more of UA professor's arrest

Simon Ang, an engineering professor at the University of Arkansas, was arrested on one count of wire fraud. → Read More

University of Arkansas

Vincent Edwards has 3D printed over 100 face shields. → Read More

UAFS seniors give perspective on graduating during coronavirus pandemic

UAFS seniors are facing a unique end to their college careers. → Read More

Leaders at Arkansas places of worship split on decision to reopen

Governor Asa Hutchinson cleared religious institutions to open with restrictions on May 4th. → Read More

Springdale diner forced to close after truck crashed into building

The truck crashed into T&T Diner causing damage to the restaurant. → Read More

CARES Act Steering Committee approves additional funding for grant

The Arkansas Ready for Business Grant could include an additional $85 million. → Read More

Arkansans react to the opening of dine-in services

Restaurants are ready to open, but with caution. → Read More

Bentonville introduces new power outage reporting system

Bentonville electric customers are able to utilize texting to report an outage. → Read More

Arkansas school officials discussing graduation ceremony options

Governor Asa Hutchinson announced schools will not be able to hold tradition graduation until at least July 1st. → Read More

Local hospitals are receiving more coronavirus screening calls during surge

Hospitals are experiencing an influx in calls from people looking to get screened for COVID-19. → Read More

Fayetteville restaurant hoping to benefit from loan

Mockingbird Kitchen received their Paycheck Protection loan this week. → Read More