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Monday, March 8, 2010

The open line is lit

Posted By on Mon, Mar 8, 2010 at 4:35 PM

Burn it up. But first some odds and ends:

We got this all messed up last week, but the Oyster Bar gathering of politicos who'll drink beer and discuss the coming campaign season now that political filing has closed REALLY is scheduled for tonight, 6-10, Stacy Sells advises.

Stacy was among the select crowd at today's Walton-Hussman gathering of invited business people on education reform issues at the Little Rock Club. She said the program pretty well followed the outline Luke Gordy had outlined to me earlier (second item in linked article) -- no immediate specific major strategy unveiled on the political front.

Also: Several have asked about the more detailed filing expected in the Lindsey bankruptcy case in Northwest Arkansas. Court records indicate an extension on the filing has been granted.

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