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[31 Jul 2013 | 3 Comments | 8,331 views]
Wikipedia Brown: ‘The Case of the Tenacious Trojan’ (conclusion)

Welcome back to the serialized adventures of Wikipedia Brown. Welcome back? Yes, Episodes 1 and 2 are complete and you’ll find them here. We left off last week after the second part of Episode 3, the Case of the Tenacious Trojan, and you’ll find that here. Miss the first part? We’ve got you covered and you’ll find that here.
Please bear in mind that these serialized adventures were originally meant to be heard and not read. However, only the first episode was produced and you’ll find that here. Will more be …

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[8 Jul 2013 | One Comment | 3,722 views]
Wikipedia Brown: ‘The Case of the Tenacious Trojan’ (Part 2 of 3)

Welcome back to the serialized adventures of Wikipedia Brown. Welcome back? Yes, Episodes 1 and 2 are complete and you’ll find them here. We left off last week after the start of Episode 3, the Case of the Tenacious Trojan, and you’ll find that here.
Please bear in mind that these serialized adventures were originally meant to be heard and not read. However, only the first episode was produced and you’ll find that here. Will more be produced in the future? Perhaps. We’ll just wait and see, huh?
At any rate, we …

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[30 Jun 2013 | No Comment | 2,269 views]
Wikipedia Brown: ‘The Case of the Tenacious Trojan’ (Part 1 of 3)

Episodes 1 and 2 in the serialized adventures of Wikipedia Brown are complete and you’ll find them here. So, it’s time to move on to Episode 3, Wikipedia Brown and the Case of the Tenacious Trojan. Of course, all of these fine works of fiction were meant to be recorded and listened to rather than read. Only one episode was produced, and you’ll find that here.
So, on to the Tenacious Trojan episode. The script was by First Arkansas News owner/editor Ethan C. Nobles and will be presented in three parts. …

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[30 Jun 2013 | No Comment | 1,516 views]
Week in Review: June 23-29

First off, a happy Fourth of July holiday to everyone. It’s seems fairly obvious from the drop in site traffic that people are spending time with family and friends rather than slogging around on the Internet. That’s a good thing, ultimately. Speaking of the Fourth of July, make sure to stop by on the holiday as we’ll observe the holiday by posting a special old time radio show or two.
If you missed a few articles over the past few days, you’re in the right place to catch up on everything …

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[24 Jun 2013 | One Comment | 3,118 views]
Wikipedia Brown: ‘The Case of the Swiped Shoe’ (conclusion)

When we left off last week, Wikipedia Brown – teen detective, student of the Internet and a man prone to jumping to the oddest conclusion possible under any given scenario – continued his work on a case presented by the sultry Ms. West. She was give the civics class that both Wikipedia and Webster – his able assistant – took in junior high school.
Someone had stolen Ms. Wests very expensive shoe and left a note stating she could only get it back if she met with the thief. Wikipedia concluded …

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[23 Jun 2013 | One Comment | 4,139 views]
Week in Review (June 16-22)

Miss an article or two this week? That would be a shame, but don’t worry as there’s a convenient problem to that solution — in this handy article, you’ll find links to all the posts from the past week.
And there were, indeed, a lot of articles from the past week. Why, we covered everything from a handy tip for people who switch from their iPhones to something else and find they can’t receive texts to a few details about an accomplished guitar teacher in Benton. It was, as usual, a …

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[16 Jun 2013 | One Comment | 2,368 views]
Wikipedia Brown: ‘The Case of the Swiped Shoe’ (Part 2 of 3)

When we left off last week, Wikipedia Brown – teen detective, student of the Internet and self-confessed smarty pants – had accepted a case from Ms. West. Now, Ms. West was the sultry civics teacher that both Wikipedia and Webster – his able assistant – had in Junior High School.
It seems that someone – or something – stole Ms. West’s shoe and sent her a note saying she could have it back only if she met with its abductor. The signature on the note appeared to be a cypher to …

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[16 Jun 2013 | One Comment | 1,473 views]
Week in Review (June 9-15)

First off, happy Father’s Day to all the dads out there. Make your kids be nice to you for a change if you, indeed, have that much authority.
Second, we’ve had a busy week (as usual) here at First Arkansas News and would have for our tens of fans to miss out on anything. To that end, we’re doing our weekly thing of posting links to everything that’s been posted in the past week for your clicking pleasure. Yes, we wrote about everything from crepe myrtle thieves in Benton to the …

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[10 Jun 2013 | 2 Comments | 2,927 views]
Wikipedia Brown: ‘The Case of the Swiped Shoe’ (Part 1 of 3)

Episode 1 in the serialized adventures of Wikipedia Brown is complete and you’ll find the entire series here. Now that Episode 1 is complete, it’s time to move on to Episode 2, Wikipedia Brown and the Case of the Swiped Shoe. Of course, all of these fine works of fiction were meant to be recorded and listened to rather than read. Only one episode was produced, and you’ll find that here.
 At any rate, on to the Swiped Shoe episode. The script was by First Arkansas News owner/editor Ethan C. Nobles …

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[9 Jun 2013 | No Comment | 1,494 views]
Week in Review (June 2-8)

It was, as usual, a busy week here at First Arkansas News. We learned about the perils of moving a yard in Arkansas, innovation in the Natural State, discussed Wal-Mart and its “buy American/hire veterans” initiative the fact that bulletin board systems (BBS) are still alive although the Internet made dialing into local services obsolete, etc.
It would be a tragedy if our tens of fans missed a single thing that was posted in the past week. To avoid such unspeakable tragedy, then, we’ve made it easy to catch up on …