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Stories for July 2011

posted: 07/31/2011 5:43 a.m. Bookstore employees at Northwest Arkansas colleges and universities are preparing for the state’s first “sales tax holiday,” designed to give students and parents a discount on clothing and school-related items. read more

Stories for July 2009

posted: 07/31/2009 4:34 p.m. A Sherwood man has been ordered by a judge to stop sales of stock in two companies after Arkansas ... 1:43 p.m. Fewer Arkansas graduating seniors enrolled in college last fall than in 2007, and the state lags nationally in ... read more

How Dick Cheney - and others wearing heart defibrillators - could be killed by computer hackers

Like a plot from a Hollywood spy thriller, American vice president Dick Cheney could be killed by computer hackers ... the skin to shock the heart back into regular action when it falters. More sophisticated than a pacemaker, the gadget – called an ... read more

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Stories for August 2011

posted: 08/31/2011 5:44 a.m. An idle Springdale factory has a new lease on life. Dixie-Southern, a custom steel fabrication company based in Bradenton, Fla., is open for business at the ... in its fiscal first quarter as sales of its Nook e-book reader ... read more

Stories for September 2015

PRESCOTT - With an effervescent personality and fierce love for this community's four-legged friends, N.O.A.H. thrift store manager and board President Terry Hendrick is willing to sell just about anything to benefit animals in need of rescue. Workers with ... read more

Stories for March 2007

Tajuan Porter, the little guy nobody wanted, has Oregon one game away from the Final Four. The 5-foot-6 freshman tied an NCAA regional record with eight 3-pointers and finished with 33 points, and Oregon withstood a frantic comeback to top seventh-seeded ... read more

The Daily Tar Heel

Last year, police cleared Franklin Street at midnight with motorcycles. It’s one of the measures they are continuing this year to drastically lessen the amount of downtown revelers. Students worry about losing tradition. Halloween shrinks to fit town ... read more

Stories for March 2012

posted: 03/31/2012 9:30 a.m. Cuba has announced it is declaring next week’s Good Friday a holiday following an appeal by Pope ... Thursday afternoon was briefly locked in a back room of the business before kicking the door open and asking for directions ... read more


He expressed pleasure holding the historic first town hall in Falls Church because “Falls Church is the formal center of the universe,” he quipped, noting that his family car business started ... Space and Technology, he stood up to those who tried ... read more

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