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OBITUARY: Arkansan Patti Upton built Aromatique into global fragrance company

A former model who started a global fragrance company from a gathering of pine cones and nuts in her yard has died.

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Arkansas man suspected in assault with arrow surrenders

A man turned himself in to the Crawford County sheriff's office Tuesday in connection with an archery attack on another man after an argument early Monday morning.

Arkansas man takes arrow through head; archer sought

After being shot in the head with an arrow early Monday morning, Raymond Van Holson of Chester drove home and called 911.

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PHOTOS: After 43 years, landmark Arkansas eatery to close

Fayetteville’s Restaurant on the Corner once ‘the’ place

After 43 years, a landmark Fayetteville restaurant will close at the end of May.

Blood ailment fatal to cult leader Tony Alamo

Septicemia among infirmities noted in cult leader’s death

Evangelist and cult leader Tony Alamo died May 2 of blood poisoning, according to a document from the federal Bureau of Prisons.

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70 years later, UA offers law degree

He refused segregated education in ’40s

You won't find L. Clifford Davis' name on a building at the University of Arkansas.

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At Cane Hill, restored 1886 college building set to open

A small town in Washington County is becoming a museum of sorts.

City's sanitation director fired after recycling woes

The city of Fort Smith fired its sanitation director Wednesday.

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Arkansas bridge's loss again cuts off home

High water has separated Cathie Brown from her home, at least until the Mulberry River recedes and she can drive through the riverbed.

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Little Rock sisters earn grants of $240,000 for studies

Sisters from Pulaski Academy in Little Rock have been named the first twins to receive scholarships to the University of Virginia through the Jefferson Scholars Foundation, said Cheryl Watts, director of college counseling at Pulaski Academy.

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Cathie Brown removes pies Friday from the oven at the Oark Grocery and Cafe, where she works. Brown ...

Cathie Brown removes pies Friday from the oven at the Oark Grocery and Cafe, where she works. Brown hasn't been able to get to her...

Published: May 7, 2017

Margot Mayer (left) and Bobbi Bins discuss rental properties in downtown Eureka Springs on Thursday ...

Margot Mayer (left) and Bobbi Bins discuss rental properties in downtown Eureka Springs on Thursday while in the bar of DeVito’s R...

Published: June 27, 2016

Kelli J. Zumwalt, co-owner of K.J.’s Caribe Restaurant in Eureka Springs who is pictured here Thursd...

Kelli J. Zumwalt, co-owner of K.J.’s Caribe Restaurant in Eureka Springs who is pictured here Thursday, said she worried she might...

Published: June 27, 2016

Dakota Buck leads a ghost tour Wednesday in front of Penn castle in Eureka Springs. Neighbors have c...

Dakota Buck leads a ghost tour Wednesday in front of Penn castle in Eureka Springs. Neighbors have complained Haunted Eureka Sprin...

Published: May 31, 2016

The old bridge is a safety issue, in particular, because it’s so narrow, said Steve Lawrence, distri...

The old bridge is a safety issue, in particular, because it’s so narrow, said Steve Lawrence, district engineer for the highway de...

Published: April 17, 2016

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