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Driver killed in Adair County crash

Although the cause of a Nov. 17 vehicle crash in Adair County that left one man dead is still under investigation, Oklahoma Highway Patrol troopers reported they detected an odor of alcohol at the scene. Bobby Green, 70, Gentry, Arkansas, was pronounced dead at the scene by Westville Emergency Medic

TAHLEQUAH DAILY PRESS - 2017-11-24 08:45:00

NWA sexual assault center sees impact of media attention on issue

Broadcast journalist, Charlie Rose, is the latest in a long list of recent sexual assault stories that involves, actors, politicians, comedians and executives. The news is a dark reminder for Alexa McGriff who was a rape victim and now serves as a board member to the NWA Center for Sexual Assault in

KHBS - 2017-11-22 23:03:00

Hogs' LR games remain a possibility

No one knows for certain if the Arkansas Razorbacks will continue playing games at Little Rock's War Memorial Stadium after 2018. The announcement Wednesday that the Razorbacks would complete the current contract with a marquee game against Ole Miss on Oct. 13, 2018, during the 70th anniversary cele

WHOLEHOGSPORTS.COM - 2017-11-24 08:18:10

Playing at War Memorial making a comeback

LITTLE ROCK In February 2000, the "Great Stadium Debate" took a personal turn. Working for The Associated Press, I staffed a meeting at which the University of Arkansas Board of Trustees would decide whether to move most of the Razorback home football games to Fayetteville. Late that morning, I call

WHOLEHOGSPORTS.COM - 2017-11-22 23:19:44

Fayetteville Hospital Accepting Patients Again after Hazmat Situation

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (KNWA) -- Washington Regional Medical Center in Fayetteville has begun accepting patients in its emergency room once more following a hazmat situation on Wednesday morning, police say. The Fayetteville Fire Department said police and firefighters were called to the emergency room

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Group chosen to pick AD

FAYETTEVILLE -- The University of Arkansas, Fayetteville announced on Wednesday a seven-member panel to serve as an advisory committee to Chancellor Joseph Steinmetz on the hiring of the school's next vice chancellor and director of athletics. The members of the committee are Lance Harter of Fayette

WHOLEHOGSPORTS.COM - 2017-11-23 08:29:05

Book Worm: Reward yourself, those on your holiday shopping list with a good read

Finally - your holiday shopping is DONE. Well, except for ... um, and for ... and OK, you're not really done. Everybody, you included, has that one certain person on the gift list who's hard to buy for and another certain person who's really fussy, and a Grandma who has everything. You know who they

SOUTHWEST TIMES RECORD - 2017-11-23 06:01:00

These Are The 'Drunkest' Cities In Arkansas

ARKANSAS (KFSM) - It's undeniable that many in Fayetteville drink, as it's a college town, and combining those numbers with Springdale and Rogers- these three cities make up the 'drunkest' towns (metro area) in Arkansas, according to a survey conducted by 24/7 Wall St. Nearly 16 percent of Arkansans

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Tree board: Time to 're-green' city

STAFF WRITER Erin McCullough Nearly a year ago, an EF-1 tornado struck Tullahoma, downing more than 1,000 trees and damaging hundreds of homes. While the city and its residents have moved on - repairing homes and cleaning debris - the city's tree canopy may not completely recover for decades. Accord

TULLAHOMA NEWS - 2017-11-24 21:59:00

Rebuilding Raus School to save 1888 building

The historic Raus School is showing its age with work needed from the foundation to the roof and in between, so much so that its custodians are afraid the building could disintegrate. But there is hope. The school house, now a community center, was constructed in 1888 and was added in 2012 to the Na

SHELBYVILLE TIMES-GAZETTE - 2017-11-24 06:00:00

Shop local this Black Friday: A guide to some of the best local gifts the shops at historic downtown area

With the stores competing for biggest and earliest Black Friday doorbuster sale, only to often undermined the very holiday spirit they're promoting. So why not stay home and shop local this Thanksgiving weekend? Here's a guide to what you will find at the shops in and around the historic square. "Wh

MANCHESTER TIMES - 2017-11-24 01:01:00

Country ham breakfast fundraiser for Operation Noel

Everyone is invited to Rotary of Winchester's Country ham breakfast fundraiser for Operation Noel on Saturday, Dec. 2 from 7 to 10 a.m. at North Middle School. Breakfast features favorite breakfast foods with all profits donated to support Operation Noel providing Christmas gifts to children in this

HERALD CHRONICLE - 2017-11-24 17:40:00

Police bust 'beauty spa'

Prostitution has been taking place at a North Main Street business identifying itself as a "day spa" or "beauty spa," Shelbyville police said Wednesday. An owner and employee of Relief Massage, North Main Street, were arrested Tuesday. Police allege associates have been involved in similar activity

SHELBYVILLE TIMES-GAZETTE - 2017-11-24 06:00:00

Kiwanis suspends annual Christmas tree sales

STAFF WRITER Erin McCullough One local Christmas tree seller from whom locals have purchased trees for decades will not be setting up a stand this year on North Jackson Street. The Tullahoma Kiwanis Club has suspended its annual Christmas tree fundraiser this year, citing competition and decreased s

TULLAHOMA NEWS

Manchester man arrested for drug possession in school zone

A Manchester man was arrested after he was found to be in possession of drugs in a school zone. Tyler Joshua Allen Sircy, 21, of Pete Sain Road in Manchester was arrested on Sunday (Nov. 19) on charges of manufacturing/delivering/selling/possession of a controlled substance, drug-free school zone, u

MANCHESTER TIMES

Bonnaroo 2018 lineup: Rumors, theories and guesses

The 2018 Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival is seven months away. You might think it's too early to start talking about who might be performing at this year's fest - but the truth is, some people never stop talking. Speculation over the Bonnaroo lineup is a year-round sport for fans of the Manchester, T

THE TENNESSEAN

From housewares for flooded homes to presents, shoppers hit the stores

LEAGUE CITY The Emersons' League City home is stripped down to its frame after flooding from Hurricane Harvey inundated it in late August. In the days and weeks after the storm, most of the contents of their home piled up in the front yard, ruined by the several feet of water that had rushed into th

GALVESTON COUNTY DAILY NEWS - 2017-11-24 04:30:00

Experts: Change orders are costly inevitabilities

Among the most frequent actions taken by public governing boards is approving change orders that increase the costs of contracts struck with a lowest qualified bidder, which raises a question: Are frequent change orders undermining the state's competitive bidding laws, allowing companies to make low

GALVESTON COUNTY DAILY NEWS - 2017-11-24 02:30:00

Locals named to 5A, 6A all-district teams

FRIENDSWOOD Several locals landed all-district team tennis honors in both Districts 24-6A and 23-5A. Clear Creek led the county entries in 24-6A with five first-team selections, including four on the boys' side of the court. The Wildcats' Carter and Clark Crookston grabbed top honors in the No. 2 an

GALVESTON COUNTY DAILY NEWS - 2017-11-24 04:15:00

Harvey displaced find some normal at community feast

TEXAS CITY Organizations were planning for larger-than-normal crowds at a community Thanksgiving lunch this year as thousands of county residents were still displaced by Hurricane Harvey. Hundreds of people turned out Thursday to the cafeteria at Our Lady of Fatima Catholic School for a feast of tur

GALVESTON COUNTY DAILY NEWS - 2017-11-24 04:40:00