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CJRW Lottery Strategy: Playing To Win Over Millennials

CJRW Lottery Strategy: Playing To Win Over Millennials
CJRW offices in the Fulk Building in downtown Little Rock

The day after CJRW signed a hotly contested $34.5 million advertising contract on Feb. 16, a team led by Gary Heathcott at CJRW was busy putting a new face to the Arkansas Scholarship Lottery.
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Conlon Settlement Offers Small Payouts to John Rogers Investors

An 11th-hour settlement spared Pulaski County Circuit Judge Chris Piazza from deciding how to divvy $1.5 million from last year's auction of the famed Conlon Collection, formerly owned by John Rogers
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Democrat-Gazette Cuts Include Columnists Fellone and Haymes

Two of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette's better-known columnists — Frank Fellone and Linda Haymes — were among the latest job cuts at the daily paper on Tuesday.
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