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  1. Lake Conway spared from Mayflower oil spill catastrophe

    But testing shows cove needs more cleanup.

  2. Je suis Charlie

    The Observer, like most people, has been saddened more than we can express by the massacre of 12 people at the French satire magazine Charlie Hebdo. We honestly don't know if we want to live in a world where you can be executed for being a smartass, even an annoying, offensive, vulgar smartass, as the writers and cartoonists at Charlie Hebdo seem to have been from time to time.

  3. Father and son turned away from "Muslim-free" Hot Springs gun range for being brown

    A college student and his dad who visited a gun range over the weekend for some bonding time over target practice were told to leave after the owner grew suspicious that the pair were...Muslims! Nope, not Muslims — they just happened to not be white. Either way, though, it's rank discrimination.

  4. The history of Ark. tax cuts: All pleasure, little political guilt

    Ernest Dumas, who's been covering Arkansas governors for five decades, provides historical context for the $100 million income tax cut that new Gov. Asa Hutchinson seems certain to push through a friendly legislature in the opening days of the 2015 legislative session. History repeats, Dumas writes.

  5. Leslie Rutledge fires almost two dozen to begin tenure as attorney general

    Leslie Rutledge, who takes office as attorney general today, began work in earnest yesterday by firing almost two-dozen members of the existing attorney general's staff.

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    Leslie Rutledge (new Atty Gen) firings

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  6. Central High neighborhood: What was, what is, what could be

    The panel discussion “THEN AND NOW: the Central High School Neighborhood," at the Arkansas Arts Center at 6 p.m. Tuesday, will feature Arkansas Historic Preservation historian Rachel Silva, architect Kwendeche, Central principal Nancy Rousseau and Central High Neighborhood Association president Vanessa McKuin, who is also the head of the Historic Preservation Alliance of Arkansas.

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    Central High Neighborhood

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  7. McDaniel recommends pay of $165,000, 129 percent increase, for attorney general. Really.

    Attorney General Dustin McDaniel, who'll leave office making about $73,000 a year, has written a letter to the independent citizens commission recommending pay increases for state officials that the office be paid $165,000 a year. According to a recent survey, that would put Arkansas as No. 3 in the country for pay of attorney generals, while ranking 48th in per capita income for everyone else.

  8. The Fisherman's Wharf open line, and Friday's video

    Max delivers a roundup of Friday's news from San Francisco.

  9. Democrat-Gazette headline on private option passage omits words "private option"

    I couldn't help but notice something odd about today's headline in the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette regarding the reauthorization of the private option, the expansion of Medicaid-funded insurance that's been fully at the center of politics in Arkansas for the past two years. See if you can spot it:

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    Private Option passage omits words "private option"

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