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Sunday, May 30, 2010

And what about you?

Posted By on Sun, May 30, 2010 at 4:35 PM

The Sunday brings news of ...

... another afternoon shower. If it moves along quickly it will cool down the close of Riverfest, not impair it, if last night is a guide ... the state Health Department shut down Beaverfork Lake at Conway to swimmers, high e. coli counts ... the Garland County sheriff responded to shots fired and cries for help on Clear Creek Road, saw a man crawl inside a house where, at last report, he was not responding to calls (UPDATE: he's in custody) ... Bill Halter will be at the Arkansas Veterans Cemetery tomorrow and parks in Little Rock and North Little Rock and Hot Springs ... Blanche Lincoln will be at the Veterans Cemetery and also at a Veterans Memorial ceremony in Garland County ... Andrew Whisenhunt of Bradley, president of the Arkansas Farm Bureau for 13 years, died Saturday. ... Prosecutors are mulling charges in Sebastian County where two voters voted in both the Democratic and Republican primaries.

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