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Tuesday, September 12, 2017

Tuesday's headlines and an open line

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Headlines for September 12, 2017: updates on the Little Rock mayoral campaigns, Stodola's attempt to woo Amazon, information on the Pig & Swig event on September 21 and K-Lofts gets revived as Mulberry Flats.

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