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Tyson Returns to Emma

Nov 15, 2017
K. Kellams / KUAF

Yesterday Tyson Foods cut the ribbon celebrating the grand opening of a new office building on Emma Avenue in downtown Springdale. The space will be home for about 300 IT specialists and is on the same ground that was the location for the original headquarters of the company.

J. Froelich / KUAF

The city of Fayetteville is seeking a tenant farmer for the currently fallow five-acre Woolsey Working Farm, adjacent to the historic Woolsey Homestead, under restoration, just southeast of the new Woolsey Wet Prairie Sanctuary. Tenant Farmer Formal Requests for Proposal applications are available online and must be submitted by Nov. 29. We take a walk on the old prairie remnant to take a gander.

Beginning Friday night, a new Trike Theatre production of Charlotte's Web will bring together professional adult actors and young actors. Each performance is at Walton Arts Center and the production runs through Dec. 2.

The Singing Men of Arkansas will present their annual Christmas concert at 3 p.m. Sunday Dec. 3 at Springdale High School.

Arkansas Trade with Asia

Nov 15, 2017

Mike Preston, the executive director of the Arkansas Economic Development Commission, talks to Roby Brock from Talk Business and Politics about the recent trip to Japan and China made by Arkansas economic officials.

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