Reactor raised from University of Arkansas site

Subscriber onlyCleanup of a former nuclear test site in rural Washington County continued Monday with the lifting and placement of the site's reactor core into a special containment vessel, said project manager Dean Wheeler.

Tribes give over $1.8M in month to Arkansas committee behind proposed casino amendment

Subscriber onlyThe Quapaw Tribe and Cherokee Nation collectively contributed more than $1.8 million in September to the ballot committee behind a proposed constitutional amendment that would clear the way for up to four full-fledged casinos in Arkansas, the committee reported Monday.

Wise will not be charged with drug offenses

Subscriber onlyProsecutors declined Monday to file drug charges against a man who was acquitted last month of murder.

Fayetteville library to stay open during construction, renovation

Subscriber onlyThe Public Library will remain open during construction of its expansion and renovation.

Council moves forward with park lighting

Subscriber onlyCity officials are moving forward with installing lights at Bobby Hopper Park.

Unger challenges Lundstrum in District 87

Subscriber onlyRep. Robin Lundstrum, R-Elm Springs, faces her second opponent and first Democratic challenger in Kelly Scott Unger of Siloam Spri...

County circuit clerk candidates point to accessibility

Subscriber onlyThe two candidates for Washington County circuit clerk agree accessibility of records is a priority and disagree about how accessi...

Northwest Arkansas Restaurant Inspections Database

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

Let's Eat

Fayetteville Applebee's closes

Subscriber onlyThe Applebee's Grill and Bar at 4078 North College Ave. in Fayetteville has closed.

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Northwest Arkansas Outdoors

Lore of persimmon seeds predicts winter

Subscriber onlyWe're here on campus at the James Cox School of Jug Fishing where an important scientific experiment is fixing to commence.

Outdoors

Lore of persimmon seeds predicts winter

Subscriber onlyWe're here on campus at the James Cox School of Jug Fishing where an important scientific experiment is fixing to commence.

Opinion

FRAN ALEXANDER: What's messing with us?

Subscriber only"We are what we eat," that reminder we're told as we develop food choices, needs to be expanded to include the idea that we are also what we drink, breathe and touch.

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U.S. soybeans bound for China

Subscriber onlyTwo more vessels loaded with U.S. soybeans have departed for China, signaling that buyers may be getting more desperate for supplies amid the prolonged trade war between the nations.