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Journalism professor, freelance writer
Former newspaper sports guy. Western Arkansas biased. Tweeting @ScottFaldon
I'm a longtime sports writer and photographer in central Arkansas.
City Council member for Maumelle, AR
He is an award-winning public relations consultant, columnist and voiceover announcer. He was a columnist for the Maumelle Monitor.