Posted by Jeff on September 24, 2010
Fayetteville voters approved a millage request on Tuesday. The increase will allow the district to complete the improvement and expansion of Fayetteville High School.
Springdale voters, however, did not approve a millage increase that would have allowed for two new schools, improvements to Jarrell Williams Bulldog Stadium and a new stadium for HarBer High School.
After only six weeks in operation, Fayetteville city officials have agreed to alter the start time for paid parking on Dickson. Two hours of debate and complaints from area merchants convinced the council to make the change well ahead of their planned 90 day review.
Academy Award winning actress, Helen Hunt was in Rogers on Tuesday speaking to the Northwest Arkansas Business Women’s Conference.
NWACC had a birthday this week. The Rogers community college has been in service (and expanding) for twenty years now.
Bisbee got his money. The soon-to-be former Benton County judge will be given $50,150 for his legal fees defending himself from charges that he awarded county contracts to his construction firm inappropriately.
Since ESPN is going to over-ranked Boise for its Saturday morning Game Day, The folks at KNWA’s Razorback Nation are organizing a local Game Day for Hog Fans at Bud Walton Arena. Former Arkansas QB Matt Jones will be among the special guests attending.
The University answered the call to have a “red out” this Saturday. Fans are encouraged to wear all red for the game.
ESPN’s Erin Andrews was in Fayetteville to do a piece on Ryan Mallet. She tried to downplay the alleged on-air dissing of Mallet last year. No word on whether Mallet offered to “kiss and make up.”
One Response to “NWC Report for 9/24/10 – Alabama Week”
Sorry, the comment form is closed at this time.