Most read stories on arktimes.com in 2016 

From Leslie Rutledge to terrified turkeys.

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1. Leslie Rutledge gets torched in national spotlight

2. Terrified turkeys to fall from the sky again

3. Donald Trump backs out of pledge, open to third party run

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4. The ballad of Fred and Yoko

5. McCain vows permanent gridlock on Supreme Court

6. John Walker and another lawyer arrested after filming police

7. Woman insulted by Fayetteville alderman responds — eloquently — on Facebook

8. Arkansas Supreme Court kills amendments on casinos, tort reform and approves medical marijuana amendment

9. ACLU investigating Mills High showing of ‘Passion of the Christ,’ teacher’s classroom rant about ‘liberalism’ after complaints

10. Asa to LR: Drop dead

11. Former Sen. Dale Bumpers dies at 90

12. Tom Cotton: Today’s worst person in the world

13. Possible principal resignation at Parkview, then news of coaching shakeup

14. Arkansas legislator tied to fatal bus crash in Louisiana

15. Catholic High substitute teacher turns herself in on sexual assault warrant

16. Sen. Hester threatens game of “hard chicken” to “crash” funding for ARKids, the elderly in nursing homes and the disabled

17. John Walker rejects city apology for arrest during filming of police
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18. Rutledge defends the slut- and fat-shaming Donald Trump. Blames Hillary.

19. Lawmakers consider delivering blow to school funding

20. Arrest warrant issued for Judge Wade Naramore in connection with son’s death

21. New California law would restrict their government travel to Arkansas

22. Leslie Rutledge, the absent attorney general

23. Little Rock police to drop charges against Walker, apologize

24. The wizard of Wilson

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25. There Leslie Rutledge goes again; now she faults Hillary for Bill’s infidelity 20 years ago


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