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Wednesday, October 1, 2008

Scooping with The Insider

Posted By on Wed, Oct 1, 2008 at 4:33 PM

The new Times is on the web and there are some tasty tidbits in this week's Insider column. Remember where you saw them first when AP and the D-G start following up. It's not their practice to provide a hat tip.

We've got the name of the next state insurance commissioner ... we reveal that Arkansas is in the running for the new home of the National Boy Scout Jamboree ... we have the names of people seeking the deanship of the UALR law school ... we discovered another little bit of past exaggeration on the part of former UCA President Lu Hardin ... and we find a racial angle in a local judicial campaign.

Check it out right here.

And call it an open line.

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