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School District To Intervene In University Lawsuit

Posted: January 25, 2013 at 5:18 a.m.

The Fayetteville School Board on Thursday agreed to intervene in a lawsuit between the University of Arkansas and Washington County to protect the financial interest of the School District.

At A Glance

Homeless Vigil

Fayetteville High School Student Council members, including president Davis Trice, said Thursday the group fell short of its $10,000 goal to help homeless students in the district. The council members, who slept outside in cardboard boxes to raise awareness about homelessness, raised $8,500 during the annual vigil in November. The School Board presented the group with a certificate honoring the effort.

Source: Staff Report

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