Third Annual Fayetteville Reunion

The 2011 Fayetteville Reunion will be held Friday and Saturday, July 29th and 30th. Events are open to ANYONE with a Fayetteville connection–FHS, UA, work, family, whatever. No registration, no fees, just show up and have fun! For information, email Kim Agee ([email protected]). Friday 7/29 Happy Hour at George’s, 4:30-7:30–we will meet up on the

Tree Hug in Fayetteville Thursday

[Submitted Announcement] On Thursday, July 7 at 1 p.m. there will be a Fayetteville Tree Hug. In celebration of the very old and large Cottonwood Tree at Cato Springs and Vale Streets (1410 Cato Sps.) west of the railroad track, everyone is welcome to come celebrate this tree, which was growing here in Fayetteville during

Lost Dog: Help us find Jet

One of our Humane Society of the Ozarks foster dogs, Jet, is LOST! He escaped from the Farmer’s Market in Fayetteville on Saturday morning. He took off headed south from the square, last seen around 7th & Church Street. Please be on the lookout for him & pass the word to your friends! Jet is

William Patrick “Mac” McQuade

A beautifully creative and restless spirit left this world May 7, 2011. William Patrick McQuade or “Mac” as he was known throughout his life was born June 20, 1977 in Fort Smith, to Janet (Fischer) McQuade and William G. McQuade. In addition to his parents, Mac leaves a sister, Julie McQuade, a nephew, William “Tyler”

Donation drive for Alabama tornado victims

A fundraiser/donation “drive” is underway through May 31 to help those affected by the tornados in Alabama. Items needed include cases of bottled water, diapers, baby wipes, first aid supplies, hygiene products, clothes and shoes (all sizes, new or gently used), toilet paper, etc. These people need our help…let’s show them some Arkansas love! Any