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Saturday, April 29, 2017

The Saturday open line

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click to enlarge FAYETEVILLE FLOAT: The rain brought out a big rubber ducky - CURT LANNING/KNWA NEWS
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  • FAYETEVILLE FLOAT: The rain brought out a big rubber ducky

Here's our Saturday open line. Barely a drop in Little Rock so far, but the Northwest is getting some of the expected rain as the Fayetteville street scene suggests.

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