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Thursday, August 31, 2017

Thursday's headlines and a drenched open line

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Headlines for August 31, 2017 include a lawsuit filed against LRPD, what remains of Harvey and what it means for Arkansas, Bentonville's new contemporary art facility gets a name, and updates on the Arlington Hotel.

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