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Friday, May 31, 2013

The Pander Bear open line

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TGIF. To close:


U.S. Senator Mark Pryor will host a “Sportsmen Town Hall” on Saturday, June 1st to discuss issues affecting Arkansas hunters, anglers, and outdoorsmen.

WHAT: Sportsmen Town Hall with Senator Pryor

WHEN: Saturday, June 1st at 10:00 a.m. CT

WHERE: Witt Stephens Jr. Central Arkansas Nature Center
602 President Clinton Avenue
Little Rock, Arkansas

Following the Sportsmen Town Hall, Pryor will head to MacArthur Park for the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission’s family fishing event.

* SAY IT AIN'T SO: Remember wacky Jim Holt, a Republican who makes teabaggers look moderate? He ran for lieutenant governor in 2006. A friend in South Arkansas reports seeing a Jim Holt for lieutenant governor yard sign. Maybe it's just a merry prankster who had one in his garage, having a little sport, but the observer said the sign looked new. You have been warned. It's delicious to contemplate a Bro. Holt v. Bro. Rapert primary preach-off.

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