Stuff From Around Arkansas, June 8

Gubernator: State GOP chair Doyle Webb says Republicans will field a 2010 candidate to challenge unstoppable killing machine Gov. Mike Beebe. (AP)

Round-up: Reporter Mike Wickline shoots to chronicle all the candidates eyeing Arkansas races in 2010, a heroic undertaking. (Arkansas Democrat-Gazette)

Indie Rock: Columnist David Sanders examines recent poll suggesting surge in independents in Arkansas. Will Arkansas Republicans benefit? (Arkansas News Bureau)

That’s a Lotto Vowels: Former South Carolina lottery director Ernie Passailaigue will take the helm of the Arkansas lottery. (Arkansas News Bureau)

Half-Staff: Flags will fly at half-staff in Arkansas today in honor of Pvt. William Long, gunned down by an Islamic jihadist at a Little Rock Army Recruiting station last week. Long’s funeral is today. (Arkansas News Bureau)

Inside Job: Demonstrators at the site of Long’s killing on Thursday were accosted by an angry Islamic woman, and here’s video of the fiery exchange. (Keep Arkansas Legal)

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  • June 8, 2009 at 7:34 pm
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    P-a-s-s-a-i-l-a-i-g-u-e…Yes, I can spell it…I’m just not sure I know when to stop, geez!

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