Daily Flyer: Monday, Oct. 28, 2013

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Local news

The annual Red-White game was held Sunday at Bud Walton Arena.

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Walton Arts Center officials will host two public meetings this week to discuss expansion plans on Dickson Street.

Fayetteville School District athletic director Barry Gebhart resigned last week following his arrest in Rogers.

A local man announced plans to create a gaming and alternative learning space in Fayetteville called Nerdies.

If you missed the Water Liars show last week, here are some photos and audio to hold you over until they return to town next month.

UA news

A website called Best College Reviews says the UA has one of the best student unions in the country.

The Arkansas Alumni Association’s alumni scholarship program will award $1 million to 442 students for the current academic year.


The Fayetteville Bulldogs advanced to 8-0 on the season after a 35-14 win over Siloam Springs Friday.

Sunday’s Arkansas basketball Red-White game featured a combined 214 points, with each team shooting over 50 percent from the floor. Here’s our recap.


Monday Events

6 p.m.  Fayetteville Public Library: INSPIRE 365 : The Lives of Influential African Americans
7 p.m.  The Perk: Open acoustic jam
9 p.m.  George’s Majestic Lounge: Aaron Carter

Monday Meetings

10 a.m.Airport Board Strategic Planning Meeting and Airport Board Marketing CommitteeDrake Field, Conference Room
4 p.m.Public Library Board of TrusteesPublic Library, Henry Room
5:30 p.m.Planning Commission * (agenda)City Hall, Room 219
6 p.m.Ward 4 Meeting *City Hall, Room 111

Monday Birthdays

Locals/Expats: Stacie Boerger, Eric Forsbach, Susan Idlet, Deric Louton, Brianne Wesson, Shannon Bright, Lee Anne Kaylor, Lily Braun, Beverly Copeland, Tina Dubry, Jim Wilkins, Stan Bond and Sara Lusher.
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Others: Musician Charlie Daniels is 77, actress Annie Potts is 61, Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates is 58, actress Julie Roberts is 46, comedian Andy Richter is 47, musician Ben Harper is 44, country artist Brad Paisley is 41, actor Joaquin Phoenix is 39 and actress Sierra McCormick is 16.