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  • THE GANG'S (ALMOST) ALL HERE: Past and present employees and contributors of the Arkansas Times at a 40th anniversary celebration.

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  • Summer color

    Newly planted wildflowers in front of the state Capitol.
    • Jul 30, 2014
  • Chills

    Little Rock City Manager Bruce Moore (left) and Police Chief Kenton Buckner (right) taking part in the ALS Ice Bucket challenge.
    • Aug 28, 2014
  • Finally

    After three years, this half-sunken houseboat in the Little Maumelle River, visible from the I-430 bridge, is being cleaned up by the Commissioner of State Lands office. The cost of removal will be between $30,000 and $35,000, some of which will be footed by the houseboat's owner.
    • Sep 11, 2014
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