Radio Station Information

KXUA 88.3 FM

City of License:
Fayetteville, AR

Fayetteville, AR

Board Of Trustees Of The University Of Arkansas

KXUA is an FM non-commercial radio station broadcasting at 88.3 MHz. The station is licensed to Fayetteville, AR and is part of that radio market.

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Listener Comments and Reviews

Fayetteville, AR: Last week, Fayetteville Kung Fu & Tai Chi sent out a flier notifying the residents of Willow Heights low-income apts about free Kung Fu classes for children who live there. These classes will be held once a week on Wednesdays at 5:30pm beginning November 29th. Fayetteville Kung Fu school is working in unison with the Teeny Tiny Preschool at 10 Willow Ave to offer these classes to children in the community ages 5 - 12 who could benefit from our program but might not be able to afford it. Fayetteville Kung Fu school is looking forward to working with numerous organizations who are dedicated to community service and helping those in need. About Fayetteville Kung Fu and Tai Chi: Fayetteville Kung Fu and Tai Chi is owned and operated by Paul Davis and his wife Melissa Graham. They offer children’s classes as well as adult classes. Melissa is also the director of Teeny Tiny Preschool. Paul and Melissa moved to Fayetteville in September of this year (2017) from Austin, TX.
By: Paul Davis on November 21, 2017

We are EMMH, Inc., the shortened version of a very long Native American name, a non-profit corporation offering services to under-served and un-served children, families and elders in Eastern Oklahoma and Western Arkansas. We'd like to ask if you'd air a public service announcement for our PEOPLE HELPING PEOPLE project which is ongoing and permanent. If so, we need contact information to email you our particulars. We assist with darn-near everything, for example, fixing a live-alone grandmother's propane lines. Yes, it was an emergency and she only had Social Security retirement for income. We intend to collect and sell cars/boats/cycles etc. for salvage, or repair and sell for increased project funds. Please help if you are able. Many thanks and have a blessed day.
By: Hutke Fields on July 18, 2018

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