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December 8, 2020

Sports

Hogs Fall to the Tigers

The Arkansas Razorbacks fall to the Missouri Tigers for the fifth straight year...

  • Despite Arkansas' back up QB, KJ Jefferson, making an outstanding appearance in his second career start, the Razorbacks were unable to hold onto a late lead, falling to the Tigers 50-48. Jefferson threw for 274 yards completing 18 of 33 passes and 3 TDs.
  • Highlights can be found HERE
  • The Razorbacks are scheduled to host the Alabama Crimson Tide this Saturday (Dec. 12) at home in Fayetteville. Kick off will be at 11am and broadcast on ESPN.

Community

New Fayetteville Law Requires Landlords to Register Contact Information

  • Effective in April 2021, Fayetteville landlords owning 3 or more long-term properties will be required to provide contact information made easily accessible to tenants.
  • This is in response to an increase in concern among tenants who found it difficult to reach landlords due to the property being owned by an LLC, corporation, or trust. -Fayetteville Flyer

Education

Accredited Bicycle Technician Program Coming Soon to NWA Community College

  • BIEA is planning to launch its second-ever technician program in Bentonville, following the first in Minneapolis.
  • The sole purpose of this program is to expand diversity and inclusion in a rapidly growing industry.

COVID-19

FREE COVID-19 Testing Following Record High Month of Deaths in NWA

The Schmieding Center for Senior Health is Hosting FREE Drive-Thru COVID-19 Testing and Flu Vaccinations.

  • NWA hit a record high of 398 deaths since April of 2020, 103 of those in November. 109 of the 398 have come from nursing homes in Benton and Washington counties. -Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
  • The clinic is open Monday - Friday, 12pm to 7pm. No appointment is necessary.

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