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Cline and Martin Promoted on MBB Staff

FAYETTEVILLE – Caleb Cline and Raheem Martin have been elevated to full-time positions on the men’s basketball staff, head coach Eric Musselman has announced. Both Cline and Martin helped the Razorbacks to NCAA Elite 8 appearances the last two seasons serving as graduate assistants. Cline has been promoted to assistant director of operations and Martin was promoted to coordinator of student-athlete development.
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Angela Oxford to Leave the University, but Continues With Community Engagement

Angela Oxford has served the U of A community for 14 years, and she has resigned to pursue her next big adventure as the Senior Manager of Northwest Arkansas Region with the Walmart Foundation. Her last day as the director of the Center for Community Engagement will be July 15, 2022. There will be a "see you later" drop-in reception on July 12 from 3 p.m. - 5 p.m. in the Center for Community Engagement office in the Arkansas Union A643. Come by, say hi, share funny stories and say, "See you later!"

Neighbors save family from Mulberry house fire

MULBERRY, Ark. — Around 2 a.m. Thursday, June 30, Jaclyn Rice ran inside to alert her mom and uncle about all the smoke outside. "Mom, I think I see smoke, and that’s not normal for all of that smoke,” Rice said recounting the conversation. She was camping...

Amy Duggar Sued By Landlord For Reportedly Refusing To Pay Rent For Former Clothing Store

Amy King (neé Duggar) and her husband, Dillon, are being sued by the landlord that owns the building of their former clothing store.The couple opened a physical location for their clothing business titled 3130 in Springdale, Arkansas, but later moved to a new spot in the Rogers area back in 2021. Now, Hillcrest Holdings LLC has filed a lawsuit against them for allegedly failing to pay rent at the first location. Hillcrest Holdings LLC is claiming Amy and Dillon agreed to a five year lease in October 2018 for the amount of $3,332.83 per month, and later added a second...

Fayetteville Square Bagpiper's equipment stolen

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — On Saturday night, June 25, while Devin Topf was at work, someone broke into his car between 5 p.m. to 4 a.m. and stole his bagpipes. Topf, who can be seen playing his instrument at the Downtown Fayetteville Square, says the pipes are his most prized possession and that his love for the instrument started when he was 14 years old.

Arkansas earns program record 7th place finish in Directors’ Cup Standings

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – For the second straight year, Arkansas earned a program record with a seventh place finish in the final standings of 2021-22 Learfield Directors’ Cup released on Thursday by the National Association of Collegiate Directors of America (NACDA). The Razorbacks tallied eight Southeastern Conference championships and recorded nine top-10 national finishes to best the program’s previous Directors’ Cup best finish, eighth, in the 2020-21 athletics season.

Le Mars Alum Caleb Cline Promoted on Arkansas MBB Staff

Le Mars alum Caleb Cline has been elevated to a full-time position on the men’s basketball staff at the University of Arkansas, Razorback head coach Eric Musselman has announced. Cline helped the Razorbacks to NCAA Elite 8 appearances the last two seasons serving as graduate assistants. Cline has been...

John Calipari’s Wildcats will play Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Tennessee and Vanderbilt twice next season

The Southeastern Conference released its league basketball schedule on Wednesday and the Wildcats will play Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Tennessee and Vanderbilt twice during the regular season. Kentucky will also host Auburn, LSU, South Carolina and Texas A&M at Rupp Arena. Road games are at Mississippi State, Missouri, Alabama, and Ole...

When One Store Closes… Local artists create gallery at Northwest Arkansas Mall

When one clothing store closes, an art gallery opens. At least that’s what happened at the Northwest Arkansas Mall. “The mall very, very generously decided in March to donate space for local artists,” Melissa Milton, an artist herself, says. “The mall representative said, ‘We’re willing to donate the space, but you artists just have to run it yourselves and you pay utilities. But other than that, keep it family friendly.’”