Best of Arkansas 2010 

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Emily Galusha

RUNNERS-UP: Lisa Krannichfeld, Barry Thomas, Kevin Kresse.


Tim Vahsholtz

RUNNERS-UP: Sarah Bussey, Nancy Nolan, Dixie Knight.


Mike Beebe

RUNNERS-UP: Vic Snyder, Bill Clinton, Bill Halter.


Ryan Mallett

RUNNERS-UP: Jermain Taylor, Cliff Lee, Joe Johnson.



RUNNERS-UP: Heights, Chenal Valley, Pleasant Valley.


Vic Snyder

RUNNERS-UP: Mike Beebe, Joyce Elliott, Bill Halter.


Mike Huckabee

RUNNERS-UP: Bill Vickery, Gilbert Baker, John Boozman.


David Bazzel

RUNNERS-UP: Beth Hunt, Joan Early, Donna Terrell.


Heifer International

RUNNERS-UP: Humane Society of Pulaski County, Susan G. Komen Foundation/Race for the Cure, Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Pulaski County.


Radio Station

Tom FM

RUNNERS-UP: The Buzz, Alice, KUAR.

Radio Personality

Heather and DC

RUNNERS-UP: Tommy Smith, Bob Robbins, Dave Elswick

TV Station

KATV, Channel 7

RUNNERS-UP: KTHV, Channel 11; KARK, Channel 4; Fox 16.

TV News Person

Craig O'Neill

RUNNERS-UP: Scott Inman, Christina Munoz, Donna Terrell.

TV Sports Person

Steve Sullivan

RUNNERS-UP: Craig O'Neill, Wes Moore, Mark Edwards.

TV Weatherman

Ed Buckner

RUNNERS-UP: Ned Perme, Barry Brandt, Mike Francis

Newspaper Writer

John Brummett

RUNNERS-UP: Wally Hall, Max Brantley, Paul Greenberg

Local Blog

Arkansas Blog

RUNNERS-UP: Tie Dye Travels, Tolbert Report, Blake's Think Tank.


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