U.S. Representative Steve Womack of Rogers, accompanied by Bootsie Ackerman, his district director, visited in Gravette Thursday morning. Among their stops were Gravette’s new Wildlife Walking Trail, the Gravette Historical Museum, the Billy V. Hall Senior Activity Center and the Gravette Library. Joining them at the walking trail were Mayor Byron Warren; Michael Finker, president of the Centerton Chamber of Commerce; Bryan Johnson; superintendent of Gravette Schools Richard Page; Ron Teasley; and Allyson Ransom, the city’s communications director. As they walked along the paved trail, Womack, who is seeking re-election to his second two-year term, admitted, “I’ve never worked as hard in my life” as these two years in Washington.
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Opinion, Pages 7 on 08/15/2012
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