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Week in Review (Jan. 16-22)

By: 23 January 2012 One Comment

The past week was a somewhat busy one, so it would be no surprise if you missed a post or two here at First Arkansas News.

There are, of course, ways to prevent missing posts around here. It’s a simple matter to subscribe to our RSS feed, “like” us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter or subscribe to email updates. It is free to use any of those services, so pick your favorite one and take advantage of it. Oh, and you can always get a recap of the week’s events by checking here for a “week in review” post such as this one.

So, what articles did we run this week? Click the below links and see for yourself.

* Freddie Mac rolls out program for the unemployed — another program to help people struggling with mortgage payments. Will it work? Read the article, do some research and make up your own mind.

* Housing market reportsFirst Arkansas News has the first year-end housing market reports available in the state. Click here for the central Arkansas report and here for the one from northwest Arkansas and the Jonesboro area.

* CBS Radio Mystery Theater — that program was based on classic old time radio entertainment but ran from 1974 through 1982. We wrote an article about a site set up so people can listen to those programs for free. You’ll find Part 1 here and Part 2 here.

* What’s impacting your credit score? You can find out by getting a free credit report. Remember, that’s legitimately free — not one of those bait-and-switch things.

* Dr. Zodiac and Weekend OTR find a new home. Those features have been moved to The Natural State Hawg. You’ll find this week’s horoscope here and an episode of Tales of the Texas Rangers here.

About: Ethan C. Nobles:
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