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Friday, July 30, 2010

TGIF

Posted By on Fri, Jul 30, 2010 at 5:03 PM

It has been a long week. Light up the open line.

NEWS: Though Republicans would prefer to bar Democrats from offering candidates by legal technicalities, a Pulaski County judge so far has refused to bar the democratic process — he'll allow a special primary to go forward to pick a Democratic nominee for Stone County sheriff after the primary ended in a tie.

UPDATE: Just caught this on Twitter, where hustling Chris Spencer put a link to this photo on his Ozarks Unbound Facebook page. No text required. It's grateful women thanking Dr. William Harrison, who's closing his Fayetteville clinic on account of poor health. (I originally called this an abortion clinic. It was that, alone in NWA, but it was also an ob/gyn clinic for other needs.) Chris is a one-man band in Fayetteville. Check him and his website out.

THANK YOUS: For Dr. William Harrison
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  • THANK YOUS: For Dr. William Harrison

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