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  • In the spirit

    The Christmas tree at the Clinton Presidential Library.
    • Dec 26, 2012
  • Getting some color

    A runner passes through the orange color station at the Color Run 5K in downtown Little Rock this past weekend.
    • Nov 14, 2012
  • Calling for change

    Immigrant-rights advocates held a candle-light vigil on the steps of St. Edward's Catholic Church this past Sunday to raise awareness of poor conditions in immigrant detention centers in the U.S.
    • Dec 12, 2012
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    A bipartisan group including Mary Bentley and Tachany Evans warns voters against Issue 3, a campaign ethics ballot initiative this November that would smuggle in looser term limits for legislators in the process. Bentley, a Republican, and Evans, a Democrat, are running for state representative in Districts 73 and 68 respectively.
    • Oct 9, 2014
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    • Sep 25, 2014
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    Susan Inman, the Democratic candidate for secretary of state, opened her appearance on AETN's debate this morning by emphasizing incumbent Republican Mark Martin's absence from the debate and the new Blue Hog reporting on Facebook evidence that Martin spends dozens of work days at home in Prairie Grove, not at work in the Capitol.
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    Health Department, hospitals scramble to prepare, though chance of the virus traveling to Arkansas is miniscule.

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  • The Pinta in Arkansas

    Replicas of Christopher Columbus' ships, the Nina and the Pinta, are docked at the Julius Breckling Riverfront Park in Little Rock through Oct. 20. Admission to a tour ranges from $6 to $8.
    • Oct 16, 2014
  • Trojan horse

    A bipartisan group including Mary Bentley and Tachany Evans warns voters against Issue 3, a campaign ethics ballot initiative this November that would smuggle in looser term limits for legislators in the process. Bentley, a Republican, and Evans, a Democrat, are running for state representative in Districts 73 and 68 respectively.
    • Oct 9, 2014
  • Under the rainbow

    Members of Arkansas Unity carry a giant rainbow flag as part of the Little Rock Pride Parade on Sunday, Oct. 5.
    • Oct 9, 2014
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