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Fayetteville should not have repainted divisive message downtown

Pat King
 |  The Fayetteville Observer

Some years ago, I carried a card in my wallet that had the acronym “WWJD” on it. It was an acronym that appeared in many places: tee shirts, hats, billboards, publications, etc. Most Christians would know it stood for “What Would Jesus Do?” It was helpful to me to remind me to be fair, kind and respectful in what decisions I made that affected

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Fayetteville city offices closed New Year’s Day

Kenneth Mayner
 |  The Fayetteville Observer

City of Fayetteville government offices will be closed New Year’s Day.

Friday’s garbage and yard waste will be collected Wednesday. Friday’s recycling will be collected Jan. 2.

The Fayetteville Police Department’s lobby, located at 467 Hay St., will be closed. Police reports can be filed and requested at fayettevillenc.gov/cityservices/police. Nonemergency calls will be routed to a watch commander.

On New Year’s Eve, the Fayetteville

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Officials in Fayetteville, other Northwest Arkansas cities considering new Slow Streets for year

FAYETTEVILLE — The city wants suggestions on expanding a program intended to slow car traffic and provide pedestrians safe opportunities to be outside during the pandemic.

Fayetteville, Rogers and Bentonville last year participated in nonprofit BikeNWA’s slow streets program. The program involves setting up signs on streets informing drivers to go extra slow through certain stretches. The signs discourage cars without a destination on the street from passing through. Pedestrians,

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Fayetteville parks board opts for fee over park land for subdivision

story.lead_photo.captionLocation markers are visible Monday in the parking lot at Gulley Park near Township Street in Fayetteville. The parking lot will double in size to accommodate a total of 68 lighted parking spaces, and a wet garden area will be created, which will serve to hold and filter stormwater before it enters Niokaska Creek. The project is expected to be completed in spring. Check out nwaonline.com/210105Daily/ and nwadg.com/photos for a
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What places in Fayetteville are pet-friendly and dog-friendly?

Rachael Riley
| The Fayetteville Observer

If you’re a pet parent and a Fayetteville resident, there are plenty of things to do with your pooch including dining out, shopping and outdoor activities. 

Here are some dog-friendly hangouts, breweries, restaurants, coffee shops, stores and parks, according to online review sites and Fayetteville doggie influencer Instagram accounts. 


Fayetteville boasts more than 40 dog-friendly restaurants and taverns, according to BringFido.com. Leashed and

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