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[31 Dec 2010 | One Comment | 3,642 views]
Three killed in New Year’s Eve tornado

WASHINGTON COUNTY—Three people were killed and many more were injured in an early morning storm that unleashed a tornado on Cincinnati, located in Washington County.
According to the National Weather Service office in Tulsa, Okla., the tornado started near Westville, Okla. and ended west of Tontitown in Washington County. Reports of it hitting Cincinnati came at 6:17 a.m. The EF3 tornado is estimated to of had winds up to 140 mph. The exact width and path had not been determined as of 4:30 p.m. Friday.
According to the Washington …

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[19 Nov 2010 | One Comment | 2,468 views]
The City Wire partners with Ozarks at Large

FORT SMITH/FAYETTEVILLE — Ozarks at Large (KUAF 91.3) and The City Wire have agreed to a content partnership that will allow both news outlets to expand the information provided to their respective listeners and readers.
The partnership also allows KUAF News Director Kyle Kellams and The City Wire Editor Michael Tilley to collaborate on coverage of issues important to residents of Northwest Arkansas and the Fort Smith area.
The veteran reporters have a combined 45 years in journalism and covering issues and events in the two metro areas.
“I’m thrilled to include The …

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[12 May 2010 | 4 Comments | 5,709 views]
Ethics Committee investigates Benton County Sheriff

All of this squabbling leading up to the May 18 primaries is — at the very least — entertaining.
We’ve got Democrats Bill Halter and Blanche Lincoln tit-for-tatting like two-years-olds while running for the Senate. Meanwhile, there’s a hubbub over Republican Steve Womack’s alleged (well, not alleged — he admitted it) use of public property in his race to represent the 3rd District in Congress (he’s the mayor of Rogers and some have pointed out that his use of his mayoral computer to send campaign literature is a no-no under Arkansas …