Fayetteville National Cemetery

Courtesy / Jim Harris

The Fayetteville National Cemetery has broken ground on nearly an acre of new land which is being developed for more burial sites for veterans and family members.

This Memorial Day volunteers will keep traditions alive at the Fayetteville National Cemetery.

Early Sunday morning, a ceremony was held at the Fayetteville National Cemetery to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I.

A ceremony will take place Sunday morning at the Fayetteville National Cemetery to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I. The commemoration will begin before sunrise with bagpipers and will also feature the Singing Men of Arkansas. We speak with Steve Gray, president of the Northwest Arkansas Veterans Day Association, to learn more about the ceremony.

The 10th annual Veterans Memorial 5K Race twill take place Saturday, Nov. 10, the day before Veterans Day. The annual race is the largest fundraiser for the Fayetteville National Cemetery, and proceeds help the cemetery purchase additional land.

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