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Husband and Wife Team Sweep Arkansas Puzzle Competition

Paper puzzle fans take it to another level at the Clinton School.
Photo Courtesy: Nelson Chenault (NELSON CHENAULT III, 2014 NELSON CHENAULT III)
Photo Courtesy: Nelson Chenault (NELSON CHENAULT III, 2014 NELSON CHENAULT III)
Photo Courtesy: Nelson Chenault (NELSON CHENAULT III, 2014 NELSON CHENAULT III)
Photo Courtesy: Nelson Chenault (NELSON CHENAULT III, 2014 NELSON CHENAULT III)
Photo Courtesy: Nelson Chenault (NELSON CHENAULT III, 2014 NELSON CHENAULT III)
Photo Courtesy: Nelson Chenault (NELSON CHENAULT III, 2014 NELSON CHENAULT III)

LITTLE ROCK, AR -- (Press Release)Robin Morrissey of Little Rock won the 7th annual Arkansas Crossword Puzzle Championship today at the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service. 

Her husband, Darren won the Sudoku competition.

Robin Morrissey is a manager with the Arkansas Department of Finance and Administration and won the crossword championship for the third
consecutive year.

Darren Morrissey, an engineer, who had previously finished third in the three consecutive Sudoku championships, won for the first time.

Duff Campbell of Little Rock, a mathematics college professor, finished second in the crossword contest.

He had a previous second place finish in 2010.

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