The night line is open. Closing out:
* CYBER BULLYING: 40/29 reports on arrest of a 12-year-old in a case related to derogatory Twitter posts directed at Bentonville High School students.
* ARKANSAN ON STAMP: John Johnson, the Arkansas native who published Ebony and Jet, will be honored on a U.S. postage stamp to be issued Jan. 31.
* 'PRINT IS NOT DEAD': So says the exec hired by the Stephens financial empire of Little Rock to oversee its $143 million investment in a group of newspapers.
* HOW REPUBLICANS KILLED A PIPELINE: Before you buy the line U.S. Rep. Tim Griffin is selling about the Obama administration and the Keystone pipeline, read this report from Talking Points Memo. Repubs chose politics over the pipeline — that simple.
* OCCUPY LITTLE ROCK RADIO: OLR soldiers on and next Tuesday, at noon, it adds a weekly radio show on KABF to its consciousness raising. That's at 88.3 FM.
* MORE LODGING HONORS: I mentioned this morning that the Capital Hotel had been named a top 25 U.S. hotel in a Trip Advisor survey. Two Hot Springs B&Bs have made the top 25 list in their category — Tinkerbelle's Wildwood Bed and Breakfast and Lookout Point Lakeside Inn B&B.
David J. Sanders, Charlie Collins, Duncan Baird, Lane Jean, Bruce Westerman, Andrea Lea, Jane English, Ann Clemmer, Justin Harris, Nate Bell, Mark Biviano, Allen Kerr, Prissy Hickerson, David Meeks, Jon Woods, Stephen Meeks, Josh Johnson, Gary Stubblefield, Kim Hammer, Bruce Cozart.
Not too soon to sign onto his 2016 race, which he claims to be contemplating.
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