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Best Fayetteville podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Fayetteville podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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Start your day with Goldy on Good Morning Fayetteville every weekday morning!The focus of the show is Fayetteville and the things that matter most to you. You’ll get local news, weather, sports and traffic every few minutes, as well as entertainment features and celebrity interviews. Meet your local politicians and enjoy instant access to ask, via phone, email and Facebook, the questions that you want answered. We’ll also make sure you know what’s going on around town, so you can take advant ...
 
TRUE VINE’S VISION: Liberating the World with the Love of Christ Luke 4:18 was a message of Love to desperate world that Christ had arrived to liberate from the issues and ills which it had encountered because it was in need of a Messiah. We now take that same message and are commissioned to go throughout the world and liberate people with the love and deliverance used by Christ.
 
Parent, sibling, child—they're ties as old as time itself. But what happens when those ties bend, or break? Join two true crime-loving sisters, Annie and Kathryn, as they explore real life familial tales that are always bizarre and sometimes downright chilling. Each week, they'll be discussing a two-part case . . . and maybe sneaking in a little sister therapy, too. Join them as they tread the unhallowed ground of these Family Plots.
 
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A couple of weeks ago, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development released more than $430,000 in CARES Act Funding to the City of Fayetteville's Community Resources Division . About $238,000 will go toward the city's rent and utility bill assistance program to help residents make ends meet during the pandemic. The rest of the funding has …
 
Arkansas saw an increase of 784 positive cases of COVID-19 today with an additional 15 deaths and 13 more hospitalizations. There are now 526 Arkansans in hospitals across the state, the highest total number since the pandemic began. Governor Asa Hutchinson said the state received more than 5,800 tests in the last 24-hour monitoring period and Arka…
 
The Arkansas Department of Agriculture is urging hooved animal owners to comply with animal movement restrictions issued in response to the discovery of Vesticular Stomatitis Virus in three horses in Benton County. VSV is a viral disease affecting horses, cattle, sheep, goats and swine. Transmission typically occurs through fly bites.…
 
The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission has observed two new bird species nesting in a southern Arkansas wetland that had been restored. While the roseate spoonbill and white-faced ibis have been known to make a trip to the state after breeding elsewhere, this is the first time the birds have chosen to nest here.…
 
The Arkansas Department of Health is reporting 787 new cases of COVID-19 in the past 24 hour monitoring period. There were an additional 11 deaths, adding up to a total of 475. The state ended July with more than 194,000 performed tests, just short of the 200,000 goal. Sebastian County once again recorded the most new cases with 87. Washington Coun…
 
Early voting begins Aug. 4 for a special election in Bethel Heights and Springdale. Registered voters will be casting ballots for or against the consolidation of the city of Bethel Heights into the city of Springdale. Election officials are implementing new safety precautions in both Benton and Washington County polling sites to prevent the spread …
 
Aaron William Clarke and Jessica Angelica, with over 80 other Black Lives Matter supporters, demonstrated in Zinc, Arkansas Sunday afternoon calling for the dismantling of the Ku Klux Klan , which has long operated a remote compound in rural Boone County. The peaceful protestors offered a BBQ meal to hundreds of armed Arkansas militia and White Nat…
 
In the fall of 1974, sitting Arkansas U.S. Senator John Fulbright was challenged by sitting Arkansas Governor Dale Bumpers to a live, nationally-televised debate on the Sunday morning before Election Day. Randy Dixon, with the David and Barbara Pryor Center for Oral and Visual History revisits the event with archives from the KATV broadcast.…
 
The governor announced 752 new cases of COVID-19 across the state, as well as an additional 11 deaths. There are now more than 6,200 active community cases and 11 counties reported at least 20 new cases. There were 81 new cases in Sebastian County, 51 in Benton County and 41 in Washington County. There were more than 7,200 tests administered bringi…
 
With a national unemployment rate of over 11 percent, many people, including thousands of Arkansans, are wondering what happens next as the pandemic unemployment benefit of an extra $600 a week runs out today and congressional lawmakers have yet to come together on what an extension of those benefits will look like.…
 
About five years ago, the band Water Liars set up at Echo Lab studios in Argyle, Texas to record a set of tracks that would become the band's fourth album. Although the band has been on a bit of a hiatus in the intervening years, the album Roll On was released in early July. We speak with the band's Justin Peter Kinkel-Schuster to learn more about …
 
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