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A little housekeeping

By: 10 August 2011 2 Comments

Well, it seems there was some confusion when we switched over to a new story line in our Lum and Abner series of comic strips.

Specifically, we had a couple of people asking where the previous strips went. The answer to that is easy enough — they’re still available for all to enjoy. How can our readers find them? Simple — just mouse over the “Lum and Abner” category in the black menu at the top of the page and all the subcategories in that menu will pop so past story lines are easy to select. Also, the various story lines will be linked — if you’re looking at the main page, flipping back to the previous set of comic strips can be achieved by clicking the appropriate banner that is below the current set of strips.

Hopefully, that’ll clear up some confusion.

Here’s another thing — the Super Weasel Lawyer Team now has its own page on the site. To listen to all of the episodes in that series, simply click the appropriate category in that aforementioned black menu bar near the top of the page.

About: Ethan C. Nobles:
Benton resident. Rogue journalist. Recovering attorney. Email = Ethan@FirstArkansasNews.net.

2 Comments »

  • Ron Stailey said:

    Just a little note to say we air Old Time Radio shows every Mon – Fri at 11 am on KEWI AM 680 here in Benton. We also air Lum & Abner at 7:15 am on the same days.

    Some of the old time shows we air are… Dimension X, The Lone Ranger, Johnnie Dollar, The Great Gildersleve, Bob Hope, Bing Crosby, The Adventures of Superman etc etc

    Give us a listen!

    Ron Stailey Sr.
    Program Director
    KEWI AM 690 radio

  • Donnie Pitchford said:

    Mr. Stailey, I would like to thank you for broadcasting the classics of radio. I enjoy the clean, family-oriented entertainment of the programs of that era, and I’m sure others feel the same. They are timeless programs!

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