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CLINTON'S BOYHOOD HOME: It's reopened in Hope.
Seven months after it was damaged by fire, former President Bill Clinton's boyhood home
has reopened in Hope, the Texarkana Gazette reports
. A fire on Christmas day, later ruled arson, damaged the back of the house.
The National Park Service, which took control of the house in 2011 when it was designated a National Historic Site, is leading the investigation, but no arrests have been made.
Clinton lived in the house for the first four years of his life with his mother and maternal grandparents.