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Last updated on Thursday, June 30, 2016, 1:58 pm

Fayetteville Areas Now AT&T Fiber Ready

As part of AT&T Inc.’s initiative to connect more businesses to the benefits of fiber networks and the high-speed technologies and services they empower, city leaders joined AT&T representatives Thursday to announce portions of Fayetteville that have been certified as AT&T Fiber Ready.  A news conference was held at 11 a.m. at the Fayetteville Chamber of Commerce. Areas announced include:  Mountain Ranch Properties, North Rupple Road to Interstate 49 The Fayetteville Commerce District bounded by 15th Street, Morningside Drive, Pump Station Road and Armstrong Avenue The Fayetteville Downtown Square from Church Street to College Avenue and Meadow to Mountain Street College Avenue, Rock Street to Joyce Boulevard Joyce Boulevard, ... [ MORE ]

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The University of Arkansas Board of Trustees recently approved a $160 million expansion plan for Razorback Stadium in Fayetteville. Do you agree with the decision?

  • Yes. The Arkansas Razorbacks are arguably the state’s most valuable brand, and any investment is a good one.
  • No. Spending in college athletics is getting out of control, and I haven’t seen evidence that a stadium expansion is needed.
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