Wednesday, December 26, 2012

The evening line

Posted By on Wed, Dec 26, 2012 at 2:12 PM

Still powerless in Hillcrest. 4WD got me off my street but it was a nail-biter going and coming back.

Gov. Beebe has issued a statewide disaster declaration. No disaster at the Capitol, however, where the grounds crew has swept the surrounding drives of nearly every speck of snow.

Huge line in McDonald's downtown, crammed with people who had left cold houses for food and warmth.

Entergy says some may face seeing in the New Year without power. The update system on outages is not yet ready to predict restoration of power on my street. So to conserve the phone, I am checking out

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