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  • Blue Hog finds similarities between Dexter Suggs' doctoral work and somebody else's

    Blue Hog Report has mined another interesting report out of public record. He's found a copy of the doctoral dissertation of Dexter Suggs, interim superintendent of the Little Rock School District, and compared it with another writer's work and found verbatim similarities.
  • Gilbert Baker's bundling raises questions, including for Justice Rhonda Wood

    Ann Clemmer tells the Democrat-Gazette she's given "background information" in the federal probe into Mike Maggio and illicit campaign contributions. This naturally raises questions for others who benefitted from money raised by a state senator implicated in the scandal, including Supreme Court Associate Justice Rhonda Wood.
  • More on LRSD's selective teacher inquiry

    More details emerge about a dispute between the Little Rock school administration and a group of teachers. It's more indication that leaving Dexter Suggs in charge of a district in state receivership — with no school board oversight — could prove problematic.
  • Little Rock School District sued over refusal to release employee's records

    Matt Campbell, a Little Rock lawyer, said he filed a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit today against the Little Rock School District for its failure to provide personnel records of Teresa Gordon, a media specialist at Jefferson Elementary.
  • Quapaw leader talks to Little Rock Board about land purchase

    John Berrey, chairman of the Quapaw Tribe of Oklahoma, made an unscheduled appearance before the Little Rock City Board this afternoon to talk about the tribe's recent purchase of 160 acres near the Little Rock Port and its application to make it trust land, and thus exempt from local government taxation and control.

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