Arkansas City Fights Greyhound Cuts This month, Greyhound cut bus service to 150 locals in the south-central part of the U.S. But officials in one small Arkansas town fought the decision, believing that bus service was too important to give up.
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Arkansas City Fights Greyhound Cuts

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Arkansas City Fights Greyhound Cuts

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This month, Greyhound cut bus service to 150 locals in the south-central part of the U.S. But officials in one small Arkansas town fought the decision, believing that bus service was too important to give up.