2018 NIE Pet Calendar

Wal-Mart tests store-to-fridge service

Subscriber onlyWal-Mart Stores Inc.'s latest convenience-oriented test will give delivery workers access to customers' homes to drop off packages and put groceries in their refrigerators.

Hog farm permit decision put off; more data sought

Subscriber onlyThe Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality sent a letter this week to the owners of C&H Hog Farms asking for more documentation of their facility and plans as the department continues to evaluate the facility's permit application.

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A searchable database of restaurant inspections in Northwest Arkansas performed by the Department of Health.

Emphasis placed on barbecue during Fayetteville rally

Subscriber onlyThe average person might burn 100 calories walking up and down Dickson Street. A pulled pork sandwich from the official Bikes, Blues & BBQ rally smokehouse has about five times that amount, but who's counting?

Dean plans no further action in UA speaker's cancellation

Subscriber onlyNo formal action resulted from a University of Arkansas dean's review of an April decision to cancel a Skype talk by a speaker known for remarks critical of Islam, UA spokesman Mark Rushing said Thursday.

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Benton County prosecutors forgo death penalty in Springdale murder case

Subscriber onlyProsecutors won't seek the death penalty for a man accused of killing his roommate.

Springdale outage occurred during substation work

Subscriber onlyA power outage that left thousands in the dark for about 90 minutes Thursday occurred as equipment was being put into a substation.



The Sooner Saint

Subscriber onlyThe road to sainthood can last many years, but an Oklahoma priest and the first American-born male martyr will take the final step required before canonization today when the rite of beatification is performed in his honor before an audience of thousands.


Fishing Hot Spots

Subscriber onlyLAKE MAUMELLE Crappie are biting well and stacking up around channel and brush piles. They are being caught on crappie minnows and Tennessee shad-colored jigs. Bream are hitting and can be found on the brush piles, but they are moving quickly. Lots of reports about redear on the west end of lake. They are being caught on crickets and live worms.


NWA editorial: A housing hubbub

Subscriber onlyEver since the Fayetteville Housing Authority agreed in March to sell its Willow Heights public housing complex for $1.25 million to a developer, the conversation about whether it's the right move has never quite seemed broad enough.


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Trade board flags solar imports

Subscriber only A U.S. trade panel has ruled that low-cost solar panels imported from China and other countries have caused serious injury to American manufacturers, raising the possibility of President Donald Trump's administration imposing tariffs that could double the price of solar panels from abroad.