New era 

New era
  • Brian Chilson
  • NEW ERA: Davy Carter, speaker of the Arkansas House of Representatives, and Sen. Michael Lamoureux meet with the media last week to discuss the legislative session.

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  • In the spirit

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