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Thursday, March 27, 2014

The Swamp Possum Spring Break Edition

Posted By on Thu, Mar 27, 2014 at 3:47 PM

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Clinton foe-turned Clinton champion David Brock's return to Little Rock, Sen. Jason Rapert’s opposition to a Beebe appointment, the one-year anniversary of the Mayflower oil spill and the Arkansas Travelers’ new mascot, Otey the swamp possum — all covered on this week's day-early edition. Plus, Lindsey endorses "Orphan Black" and David plugs a visit to Bentonville with stops at The Hive and Tusk and Trotter

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