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Sunday night line, with a bicycle journey, fireworks

Posted By on Sun, May 25, 2014 at 5:12 PM

click to enlarge ON THE ROAD: A rest stop near journey's end. - THOMPSON MURRAY
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  • ON THE ROAD: A rest stop near journey's end.

The line is open. While waiting for Riverfest fireworks, some reading recommended by Mara Leveritt — an account of a bike ride from Little Rock to South Carolina this month  by Rev. Thompson Murray of Quapaw United Methodist Church. It was a journey of more than physical dimensions. In the news: A fireworks-sparked fire in Maumelle.

* DISPLACED PERSONS: Channel 11 says 15 people have  been displaced from a Maumelle apartment building damaged by a fireworks-caused fire.

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