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  1. Over the Highway and Through the Mall…

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    December 2, 2011 by Alison Grisham

    I’d like to say that I didn’t participate in the craziness of Black Friday, that I wasn’t really trolling the aisles of Wal-Mart on Thanksgiving night, looking for a deal. I’d like to say that, but — with my luck — I was seen diving into a rack of hard-to-find PS3 games, and I’d be caught lying in print faster than Oprah could say James Frey. So I admit it. I went Black Friday shopping, right alongside the hordes of bargain hunters and raving lunatics you might have seen on tv, and the truth is, I liked it.

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  2. Fire, Part III

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    October 8, 2011 by wcobserver

    Back when his neighbor Cotton was still alive, my dad would call out to him on the morning of a fire. “Come on over,” he’d wave his arm. And Cotton would bring over a few limbs he’d been saving or anything wooden he wanted to get rid of, set up his lawn chair next to Dad’s, and they’d tend the fire together.

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  3. Bug Scuffling Through The Friendly Neighborhood

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    October 3, 2011 by wcobserver

    Anytime a road is named after your surname, you know your family has been around a long time. This is the case with Gary and Debbie Paulk who live on Paulk Road in West Fork. While Gary may not actually live on Bug Scuffle, he is definitely a Bug Scuffler.

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  4. Hurricane Irene Still Causing Problems … for Web Users

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    October 2, 2011 by wcobserver

    Tip 1 – Clickjacking scam on Facebook: You see a video box to click on. It says “VIDEO SHOCK – Hurricane Irene New York kills All.” If you click on it you are a victim. You are asked to share a link to the Facebook page. After you have watched the video the scammers want you to take an online survey.

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  5. Taking Off

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    October 2, 2011 by wcobserver

    I wish I could say I was better at air travel. But I really have to be in the right mood for all the effort… and especially… all the human interaction that it takes to fly.

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  6. Fire

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    October 2, 2011 by wcobserver

    Over a period of weeks, sometimes months, my dad would collect bits of debris to burn. He would back up to his growing stack of brush at the edge of the dormant garden …

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  7. Small is the New Big

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    September 28, 2011 by Annie McCormick

    Steve Seideman, professor in the University of Arkansas’ Department of Food Science has been looking for the Winslow Cannery for a while now. He knew it was somewhere, but where?

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