Articles tagged with: Faulkner County
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Yes, it’s true — the infamous “Toe Suck Fairy” was back to his old tricks and has been caught yet again.
According to Reuters, 50-year-old Michael Robert Wyatt of Vilonia (Faulkner County) was arrested by officers from the Conway Police Department after he spent a few weeks allegedly approaching women in convenience stores and asking if he could suck their toes.
Ah, but this isn’t the first time Wyatt has been up to such shenanigans. He first acquired the nickname “Toe Suck Fairy” (a parody of the Toad Suck Ferry Lock and …
We reported on a slew of things here at First Arkansas News last week.
It would be a downright shame if some people missed some of the stories around here last week. Indeed, we covered everything form UA Basketball Coach John Pelphrey coming under fire to thuggery in downtown Little Rock to a Bella Vista resident winning the Publishers Clearinghouse Sweepstakes.
We want to make things convenient for our readers so — as usual — we’re linking to all of the articles over the past week in the post so that people …
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Central Arkansas sales in June dropped 7.6 percent compared to a year ago but are still up for the year.
According to statistics from Cooperative Arkansas Realtors MLS (CARMLS) in Little Rock, there were 766 sales in June in Faulkner, Grant, Lonoke, Perry, Pulaski and Saline counties – down from 829 sales in the same month a year ago. The average sales price in central Arkansas in June was $172,426 – up 1.26 percent from $170,283 sales in the same month last year.
Through June, there were 4,276 homes sold in central …
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Those wanting to have a good time in the state might want to mark June 11-13 on the calendar as a time to visit the city of Vilonia, located just outside of Conway, to take part in the Eagle Fest activities. That may also be the place to be that weekend if you are a food or a craft vendor.
Booth rental for both crafts and food booths for the weekend is $40 for a single space; double spaces are $80. Electricity is available on a limited number …