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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette 7/8/20Good morning. It's Wednesday, July 8th. I'm Kristie McIntyre, and these are the top headlines from the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette.

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Coaching turnover hasn't slowed BoydNews and information about the Arkansas Razorbacks and Arkansas Sports from the staffs of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and Hawgs Illustrated.

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Series brings out interesting baseball storiesNews and information about the Arkansas Razorbacks and Arkansas Sports from the staffs of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and Hawgs Illustrated.

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Best Hogs in pro baseball No. 3: Johnny Ray just kept getting betterNews and information about the Arkansas Razorbacks and Arkansas Sports from the staffs of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and Hawgs Illustrated.

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Fayetteville council to rehear fraternity rezoning request on Arkansas AvenueCouncil members will have more time to think about a rezoning request on Arkansas Avenue.

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Walton College Adds University of Arkansas Cossatot to Community College Transfer ProgramStudents at the University of Arkansas Cossatot will be able to participate a program that helps students at two-year institutions transition to complete a four-year B.S.B.A. degree at the U of A.

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Sesquicentennial Filmmakers Seek Stories From Students on the HillFilmmakers documenting the university's 150 years want to tell the story through your eyes. Tell them a story about the U of A.

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Kentucky vs. Arkansas 1/29/1995Kentucky traveled to Fayetteville to take on Arkansas at Bud Walton Arena on January 29, 1995.

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Analyst: Arkansas could make first Sweet 16 in 25 yearsFor the first two months of last season, Arkansas looked like a clear NCAA Tournament team in coach Eric Musselman's first year in charge.

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Unemployment Insurance Claims Going Down, But Officials Seeing More FraudUnemployment numbers are decreasing in Arkansas after reaching record numbers in the early months of the pandemic.

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Perkins Named Pediatric Neurology Chief for UAMS and Arkansas Children'sArkansas Children's and the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences have named a new chief of pediatric neurology.

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Arkansas victims' family asks for delay of federal inmate's executionFamily members of the victims of an inmate scheduled to be put to death next week asked a federal judge to delay his execution Tuesday, saying the coronavirus pandemic puts them at risk if they travel to attend it.

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Arkansas Activities Association Planning Normal Return for Fall SportsSports in Arkansas are expected to resume as normal, according to the state's activities association.

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Walton Arts Center Postpones Large-Scale Programming While Launching Recovery FundOne of Arkansas' premier cultural venues will be postponing all of its large-scale programming until January 2021.

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State Sees Lower Case Increase But Significant Rise in HospitalizationsAlthough Gov. Asa Hutchinson reported a relatively low increase in new COVID-19 cases at his press conference today , he also reported a record number of hospitalizations in a single day.

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Hutchinson: Record Number of Hospitalizations is 'Lagging Indictor' of COVID SpikeGov. Asa Hutchinson reported a record number of hospitalizations in a single day at his press conference today.

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Over 300 Arkansas COVID-19 Deaths As State Sees Record Uptick In HospitalizationsDespite seeing two days in a row of declining daily increases in new coronavirus cases, Arkansas has seen its largest single-day increase in people hospitalized with COVID-19.

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Ann JohnsonMrs. Ann Johnson, 85, of Jacksonville, Arkansas passed away Friday, July 3, 2020. Visitation is 6:00pm-8:00pm Friday, July 10, 2020 at Herndon-Fuqua Funeral Home Prescott.

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Brisk Start for Virtual Academy SignupKen MClemore Virtual instruction through the "Hope from Home Virtual Academy" will be offered for Hope Public Schools students who chose not to attend on-campus classes in August.

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HPS Meals program, P-EBT Benefit ContinueKen MClemore The Hope Public Schools continues its free meals distribution for children under age 18 through the summer.

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Bobcats Open Summer WorkoutsKen MClemore The Hope high school and junior high athletics programs opened summer workouts at Hammons Stadium at Hope High School on Monday.

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Dana OtwellFuneral service is 2:00pm Saturday, July 11, 2020 at Herndon-Fuqua Funeral Home Hope with interment to follow in Harmony Cemetery.

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Arkansas State University to hold spring and summer commencement ceremonies"For the first time in more than 30 years, Arkansas State will conduct its commencement ceremony outdoors at Centennial Bank Stadium," ASU Chancellor Kelly Damphousse said.

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Arkansas Activities Association preparing to resume sports this fallArkansas high schools started summer workouts on June 1st. They're in Phase 1 of the ADH Directive for Community and School Sponsored Team Sports.

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Arkansas Reports Largest Spike in Virus HospitalizationsArkansas on Tuesday reported its largest one-day increase in hospitalizations due to the coronavirus, even as the state's new virus cases decreased.

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Increase In Traffic Fatalities Expected To Accompany Rise In Arkansas Speed LimitsThe speed limits on Arkansas highways and interstates will soon be increasing, but there are concerns it will lead to more accident fatalities, as has happened in other states.

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James Ronald "Ronnie" HankinsJames Ronald "Ronnie" Hankins, 76 of Hope, Arkansas passed away Monday, July 6, 2020 in Texarkana, Texas.

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Numerous schools reaching out to Mills' Guy-KingNews and information about the Arkansas Razorbacks and Arkansas Sports from the staffs of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and Hawgs Illustrated.

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Lawmakers grill education officials on plan for K-12 school amid pandemicImportant questions related to how schools in Arkansas will return to in-person instruction and operate safely will be answered at the district level, Secretary of Education Johnny Key told a legislative committee today.

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The new look of the Rutledge Report: No RutledgeThe Rutledge Report continues, but without the face, name or voice of Attorney General Leslie Rutledge.

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In Arkansas, increasing pressure on Tyson Foods and Governor Hutchinson to protect workers' livesOver 32,000 meatpacking workers have tested positive for Covid-19. Workers nationwide are calling on Tyson, one of America's biggest meat companies, to increase protections.

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Increase In Traffic Fatalities Expected To Accompany Rise In Arkansas Speed LimitsThe speed limits on Arkansas highways and interstates will soon be increasing, but there are concerns it will lead to more accident fatalities, as has happened in other states.

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Today's news: COVID-19 impact on schools, jobs and morePublic schools, charter schools and colleges are a big part of the COVID-19 news today.

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Walkthroughs Set to Begin July 24, 2020Nate Allen FAYETTEVILLE - With college sports coronavirus cancelled since mid March including the entirety of the Razorbacks' scheduled 15 spring football practices, expect much to be read into the U.

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Little Rock Attorney Tim Boe Dies at 71Arkansas attorney and Rose Law Firm member Tim Boe has died at the age of 71.

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AY's Cutest Dogs 2020The dog days of summer are upon us! While the weather may be hot and humid, AY About You Magazine wants to focus on the cute puppies and dogs that bring us pure joy.

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Walmart donates $100K to replace Arkansas' Confederate-linked statues at the US CapitolThe new statues will be of Johnny Cash and civil rights activist Daisy Bates.

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Governor: Arkansas sees 9 deaths from COVID-19 on MondayArkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson was joined by members of his cabinet to update citizens on the pandemic on Tuesday.

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Murder victims' family seek delay of execution of Daniel LeeA new lawsuit was filed today in Indianapolis to delay the execution of Daniel Lee, scheduled to die next week for his 1999 conviction in the murder of three people in Arkansas.

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Coronavirus today: A big jump in hospitalizationsCoronavirus today; Hospital admissions for COVID-19 were way up in the last 24 hours.

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Pedestrian killed at 12th and WoodrowPrevious article Millions in PPP money flowed to nine Arkansas charter schools, plus many private schools Next article Coronavirus today: A big jump in hospitalizations.

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Health leaders report largest day for COVID-19 hospitalizations in Arkansas; cases up 259Governor Asa Hutchinson shared the latest data on cases Tuesday in Little Rock.

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Arkansas reports largest spike in coronavirus hospitalizationsLITTLE ROCK — Arkansas on Tuesday reported its largest one-day increase in hospitalizations due to the coronavirus, even as the state's new virus cases decreased.

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Millions in PPP money flowed to nine Arkansas charter schools, plus many private schoolsArkansas charter schools tapped into millions in payroll protection program money, a source of funds unavailable to real public schools.

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Rakeem Boyd NFL Draft Worthy, Stays With RazorbacksNate Allen FAYETTEVILLE - After leading the Razorbacks rushers two years running for 2-10 teams, Rakeem Boyd envisions himself among national rushing leaders on a better Arkansas team with a big.

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North Shore Festival Food to Go to Be Held July 17-19Looking for a festive time? North Little Rock's Parks and Recreation Department will be hosting the North Shore Festival Food to Go event on July 17-19.

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Washington Regional Names Daly VP and Chief Information OfficerWashington Regional Medical System has appointed a new vice president and chief information officer. Jim Daly will be taking over the role, succeeding Becky Magee, who has served as senior vice president and chief information officer.

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First Hope Farmers Market of JulyHope Farmers Market was up and going early this morning with its fresh produce, homemade goods and more.

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Australian analyst: Patrick best recruiter of AustraliaNews and information about the Arkansas Razorbacks and Arkansas Sports from the staffs of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and Hawgs Illustrated.

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NWA Artist Strives to Help Marshallese Community During PandemicA Northwest Arkansas artist is dedicating the proceeds of a hand-drawn piece released last Friday to the local Marshallese community as they fight COVID-19.

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NWA Artist Designs Regional Map for Two-Fold Purpose: Recruitment and Helping Marshallese CommunityA Northwest Arkansas artist is dedicating the proceeds of a hand-drawn piece released last Friday to the local Marshallese community as they fight COVID-19.

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Amazon plans first fulfillment center in ArkansasAmazon is opening a fulfillment center and a delivery station in chief rival Walmart's home state.

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LIVE NOW! Imagine Your Story with the Hempstead County Library"Jack and the Beanstalk" Retold by Ronnie Randall, Illustrated by Gavin Scott. / Check back at 11:00 am each Tuesday.

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Walmart Pulls Washington Redskins Merchandise As Team Reviews NameWalmart is pulling Washington Redskins merchandise from its shelves after the team agreed to review its name after intense backlash.

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Mabelvale bar burns after closure for COVID-19 cleanupA suspicious fire burns a Mabelvale bar closed for cleaning because the operator tested positive for COVID-19.

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Arkansas prepared to resume 2020 fall high school sports season on scheduleState Activities Association releases statement to follow 2020-21 calendar as planned if allowed.

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Arkansas Entities Get $3.3B in Paycheck Protection AidCompanies and nonprofits in Arkansas received a combined $3.3 billion in loans through the federal Paycheck Protection Program, the U.S. Treasury Department says.

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UA Little Rock reports two athletes test positive for COVID-19Campus Living will implement sanitation protocols based on guidance from the CDC. In collaboration with Facilities Management, personal protective equipment and sanitation supplies are being provided to residents and staff in the building where the infected students reside.

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What's Happening in Arkansas: July 7Check out the latest news from around Arkansas! Every day, we'll bring you some of the best news bits from around the Internet.

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The new look of the Rutledge Report: No RutledgeThe Rutledge Report continues, but without the face, name or voice of Attorney General Leslie Rutledge.

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A city resolution to encourage an eviction moratorium is up for discussion, but it may be time for something more effectiveA Little Rock director wants to encourage eviction moratoriums. It may be too late for that, but not another idea good for both renters and landlords.

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Leon Philpot, Rich Mountain CEO, Retires After Remarkable 58 YearsLast week, after nearly six full decades of leadership at the utility co-op, Leon Philpot spent his last day as president and CEO of Rich Mountain.

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UCA Combines 2 Colleges Into OneThe University of Central Arkansas in Conway has merged its College of Liberal Arts and College of Fine Arts and Communication into a new unit, the College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences.

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Amazon Opening Little Rock Fulfillment Center in 2021Amazon will be opening its first fulfillment center in Little Rock in 2021. The fulfillment center, a 825,000-square-foot facility, will be located along Zeuber Road at the Port of Little Rock.

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Amazon developments in Little Rock become 'official'It's finally "official." Amazon is building in Little Rock. There ARE some negatives, though the local boosters won't talk about them.

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Johnson, Carl EvaderBooking Date: 07-06-2020-11:28 pm Charges: PUBLIC INTOXICATION.

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Update: Amazon Says Little Rock Center Will Employ More Than 1,000Amazon on Tuesday officially announced plans to open its first fulfillment center in Little Rock, an 825,000-SF facility that will employ more than 1,000 full-time workers and open in 2021.

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Murder victims' family seek delay of execution of Daniel LeeA new lawsuit was filed today in Indianapolis to delay the execution of Daniel Lee, scheduled to die next week for his 1999 conviction in the murder of three people in Arkansas.

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Dean Kumpuris to seek re-election to Little Rock City BoardDr. Dean Kumpuris, a member of the Little Rock City Board since 1995, announced today that he'd seek re-election to his at-large Position 8 seat on the board.

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Arkansas continues plans forJuly bar exam despite objectionsThe Arkansas bar exam apparently will go ahead July 28-29 despite the group it will bring together as coronavirus is surging.

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Governor Hutchinson To Provide COVID-19 Update Today at 1:30 pmGovernor Asa Hutchinson will provide an update to media this afternoon regarding Arkansas's COVID-19 response.

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University of Arkansas' Classical Kids Club Wins National Service AwardThe University of Arkansas' Department of Music's National Association for Music Education Collegiate Chapter has been recognized for their service on the national level, The University of Arkansas News Room reports.

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Mayor's brother arrested for taking car with two children insideDarrell Scott, 31, was arrested by Little Rock police Monday night for driving off in a truck left running in a Baptist Health parking space with two children - aged 10 and 4 - inside.

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Amazon first fulfillment center in Arkansas to employ 1,000LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — Tech and online retail giant Amazon will employ 1,000 individuals at the first fulfillment center in Arkansas, the company announced Tuesday.

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Millions in PPP money flowed to nine Arkansas charter schools, plus many private schoolsArkansas charter schools tapped into millions in payroll protection program money, a source of funds unavailable to real public schools.

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Supporters Of Arkansas Casino Amendment Proposal Submit 97,000 SignaturesSupporters of a proposed constitutional amendment expanding casino gaming submitted 97,000 signatures to the Arkansas secretary of state's office Monday, the deadline to qualify for the November 2020 ballot.

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Coronavirus in Arkansas: Latest info and resourcesHere is the latest information on the coronavirus, or COVID-19, in Arkansas and some helpful resources.

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List: Paycheck Protection Program Aid Went Beyond Hard-Hit CompaniesThe government on Monday identified roughly 650,000 mostly small businesses and nonprofits that received taxpayer money through a federal program that was designed to soften job losses from the coronavirus but also benefited wealthy, well-connected companies and some celebrity owned firms.

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Supporters Of Arkansas Casino Amendment Proposal Submit 97,000 SignaturesSupporters of a proposed constitutional amendment expanding casino gaming submitted 97,000 signatures to the Arkansas secretary of state's office Monday, the deadline to qualify for the November 2020 ballot.

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Arkansas initiative bids turn in signatures amid pandemicSupporters of proposals to overhaul Arkansas’ redistricting process, create “ranked choice” voting for most offices and allow more casinos submitted thousands of signatures Monday, despite a global pandemic that initiative campaigns say hampered petition efforts.

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Arkansas basketball unveils updated 2020-21 rosterCoach Eric Musselman and Arkansas basketball released a projected 2020-21 roster Monday afternoon that includes numbers and updated heights and weights for all players.

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One Take: Multiple Exposures, A StudyIn which we gave Little Rock-based photographer Vincent Griffin a Polaroid, eight frames of film and one take to get the shot Photography by Vincent Griffin - As told to Wyndham Wyeth.

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Home to SeedTHE OTHER MORNING, my 4-year-old daughter plucked a tiny tender tatsoi leaf from her breakfast bowl, examining it with bemused, slightly cross-eyed glee before munching it whole with an air of giggly triumphant pomp.

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State Dish: What's the 'Mater?As a first-generation Vietnamese-American, Vuong got to experience it all. From traditional multicourse Vietnamese dinners at home with soup and stir fry and sides, to venison chili and bacon-wrapped wild game at friends' houses, Vuong spent his childhood developing the unique palate that would inform his restaurant's menu years down the road.

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Notes on CampAfter rummaging around the internet and buying up every Arkansas camping guide he could get his hands on, Jacob realized that while there were great publicly available resources out there-government websites, top-10 lists, et cetera-those resources weren't talking with each other, so to speak: There was no single reference for campsites.

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Man Arrested In Trans Teen MurderHe also had been arrested in March on unrelated charges of robbery, identity theft, and firearms possession, and had been freed on bail for those charges.

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Episode 244: Razorback Basketball Coach David Patrick joins the podcastJohn Nabors is joined by the new Razorback Associate Head Coach David Patrick Learn more about your ad choices.

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Northwest Arkansas partners work to lift native seeds supplyLocal partners are working to replenish Arkansas' native plant seed inventory to support statewide ecological restoration and conservation efforts.

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Patrick's contract reaches $1 millionNews and information about the Arkansas Razorbacks and Arkansas Sports from the staffs of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and Hawgs Illustrated.

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Musselman finally gets to see newbiesNews and information about the Arkansas Razorbacks and Arkansas Sports from the staffs of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and Hawgs Illustrated.

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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette 7/7/20Good morning. It's Tuesday, July 7th. I'm Kristie McIntyre, and these are the top headlines from the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette.

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Amazon Plans To Open Fulfillment Center In Little Rock, ArkansasAmazon Plans To Open Fulfillment Center In Little Rock, Arkansas.

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Watch live: Gov. Asa Hutchinson gives updates on Arkansas' COVID-19 response TuesdayAsa Hutchinson will give an update on the state's response to the novel coronavirus pandemic.

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Brother of Arkansas mayor steals car with two kids inside: copsThe brother of an Arkansas mayor was arrested Monday night for allegedly stealing a car with two children inside, a report said.

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Dominoes are lining up for a 2020 seasonNews and information about the Arkansas Razorbacks and Arkansas Sports from the staffs of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and Hawgs Illustrated.

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ARKANSAS SIGHTSEEING: DeGray Lake Resort State Park has reopenedThe only one of Arkansas' 52 state parks sporting "resort" in its name is bustling again with visitors as summer fuels the desire to enjoy a few pleasures of normal life.

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Class of 2021 educating through group chatsNews and information about the Arkansas Razorbacks and Arkansas Sports from the staffs of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and Hawgs Illustrated.

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Best Hogs in pro baseball No. 4: McReynolds made the game look effortlessNews and information about the Arkansas Razorbacks and Arkansas Sports from the staffs of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and Hawgs Illustrated.

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Fraternity rebuild on Arkansas Avenue in Fayetteville source of neighborhood concernA University of Arkansas fraternity wants to replace its house at the edge of campus, and neighbors worry a rezoning could open the historic street to commercial uses and big buildings.

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Mississippi, Arkansas announce guidelines for tax-free holiday weekendsSchool supplies, clothing and other goods will be tax-free in Mississippi and Arkansas during a tax-free holiday weekend.

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Classroom Teachers Can Now Earn a Lead Professional Educator License in ArkansasThe Teacher Leadership Institute has been approved by the Division of Elementary and Secondary as a pathway for K-12 educators to potentially add Teacher Leader endorsement to their current license.

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Picking up our new home…I had been spending the last several days watching YouTube videos about how to actually take care of an RV.

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Official: Walmart donates $100,000 for new Arkansas statues, including one for Johnny CashLITTLE ROCK, Ark. A Walmart official says that the retail giant contributed $100,000 to replace Arkansas' century-old statues with new ones of civil rights activist Daisy Bates and country singer Johnny Cash.

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3-star RB Joseph Himon sees KU football prioritizing ArkansasPhog.net caught up with the newly-offered KU football target...

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Smith, John MichaelBooking Date: 06-28-2020-12:58 am Charges: FAILURE TO APPEARHCSO.

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Willis, Eltia JamonBooking Date: 06-23-2020-4:43 pm Charges: BREAKING OR ENTERING.

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Aldridge, AprilBooking Date: 06-19-2020-4:30 pm Charges: FAILURE TO APPEARHCSO.

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Official: Walmart donates $100,000 for new Arkansas statuesRetail giant Walmart contributed $100,000 to replace Arkansas’ century-old statues with new ones of civil rights activist Daisy Bates and country singer Johnny Cash.

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Arkansas State University commencement will happen at football stadiumArkansas State University will hold their Summer and postponed Spring commencement ceremonies at Centennial Bank Stadium.

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Weston, Christopher JamesBooking Date: 07-01-2020-11:03 am Charges: WARRANT SERVICE.

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Jackson, Timothy HankBooking Date: 06-29-2020-11:12 am Charges: POSSESSION OF A CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE.

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The Conversation: Pacific Islanders in Arkansas Hit Hard by COVID-19Marshallese in Arkansas face coronavirus casualties; Why armed protesters are wearing aloha shirts; School nurses adopt telehealth; Storytime goes virtual.

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Conway Requires Masks in Essential BusinessesConway is now the newest Arkansas city to mandate the usage of masks, by requiring individuals to wear face coverings in inside "essential" businesses.

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UCA Launches New Arts, Humanities, Social Sciences CollegeThe University of Central Arkansas has created a new college, combining multiple departments in the university.

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UA System Establishes Racial Equity Task ForceThe University of Arkansas System has established a task force focused on racial equity. Fourteen individuals in the UA System have been appointed by President Donald R. Bobbitt to sit on the UA System Task Force on Racial Equity.

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Arkansas initiative bids turn in signatures amid pandemicSupporters of proposals to overhaul Arkansas' redistricting process, create "ranked choice" voting for most offices and allow more casinos submitted thousands of signatures Monday, despite a global pandemic that initiative campaigns say hampered petition efforts.

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New UA assistant contract for 2 years, up to $1 millionNews and information about the Arkansas Razorbacks and Arkansas Sports from the staffs of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and Hawgs Illustrated.

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East Joins Delta Solar as ChairmanA new equity investor is joining Delta Solar and has been named the solar company's chairman.

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Bielema attorneys say suit should remain in federal courtNews and information about the Arkansas Razorbacks and Arkansas Sports from the staffs of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and Hawgs Illustrated.

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Arkansas group turns in petitions for ranked-choice voting amendmentSupporters of a proposed constitutional amendment authorizing ranked-choice voting for most state offices said they turned in more than 94,000 signatures of registered voters late Monday afternoon.

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Group issues demands of state for Little Rock schools, but the message isn't strictly localDemands for safe and adequate schools in Little Rock and everywhere else. The governor will throw them away, but they are worth thinking about.

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Raymond M. HesslingRaymond M. Hessling, 83, of Bismarck, AR went home to be with his Savior and Lord Sunday, July 5th, 2020 as he was surrounded by family and loved ones.

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Suspect Arrested in Death of Arkansas Trans Teen Brayla StoneTrevone Miller, 18, is charged with capital murder, which carries a sentence of either the death penalty or life in prison without parole.

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Arkansas COVID-19 Infections Surpass 24,000 As Deaths Near 300Over 1,500 people in Arkansas have tested positive for the coronavirus since Friday as the state's death toll from COVID-19 nears 300.

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Officials Revise July Testing Goal, Bumping It Up to 200KLess than two weeks after the original announcement, officials are revising the state's COVID-19 testing goal for July.

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Former Arkansas Surgeon General Says More Can Be Done To Improve Contact TracingFormer Arkansas Surgeon General Dr. Joe Thompson praised recent efforts by Gov. Asa Hutchinson and state health officials to curb the spread of COVID-19, but said even more steps need to be taken.

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Central Arkansas Sees "Steep Increase" in COVID-19 Cases in Last WeekSince the first confirmed positive COVID-19 case on March 11 in Arkansas, state officials have pointed out the regional differences as the virus continues to spread.

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Trump aims another kick at foreignersNow Trump wants to boot foreign students if they aren't enrolled in in-person classes.

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Little Rock Port Announces $11 Million In UpgradesThe Little Rock Port Authority announced Monday $11 million in investments to support transportation infrastructure improvements in the port's footprint.

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Arkansas Activities Association May Need to Be Creative in 2020High school sports may not look the same this school year - if they are even played at all.

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Razorbacks release 2020-21 basketball rosterNews and information about the Arkansas Razorbacks and Arkansas Sports from the staffs of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and Hawgs Illustrated.

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Arkansas State football adds NC State transfer Kennan SolomonArkansas State football has aded some Power Five flavor to its roster as NC State transfer Kennon Solomon commits to SBC school.

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Arkansas Shuts Down Bar After Linking It To Virus CasesArkansas health officials have shut down a Little Rock bar after tracing it to a cluster of coronavirus cases and finding the business wasn't complying with virus safety measures.

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Chancelor Camp "C.C." SanfordChancelor Camp "C.C." Sanford, 90, of Prescott, Arkansas passed away Saturday, July 4, 2020 in Prescott.

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Main Street Food Truck Festival Skipping 10th Anniversary This YearThe Downtown Little Rock Partnership announced today that its 10th Annual Main Street Food Truck Festival is cancelled due to COVID-19.

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Cannabis Supply Problem, Real or Not, Roils Industry as State Adds LicensesAs Arkansas' medical marijuana industry blossoms, with the state issuing more licenses for cultivation centers and dispensaries to serve more than 60,000 authorized Arkansas patients, cultivators are pushing back against a narrative that short wholesale supplies have kept prices too high for some patients to buy.

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Arkansas shuts down bar after linking it to virus casesLITTLE ROCK, Ark. — Arkansas health officials have shut down a Little Rock bar after tracing it to a cluster of coronavirus cases and finding the business wasn't complying with virus safety...

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Arkansas lottery claim center closes after possible virus exposureThe Arkansas Scholarship Lottery announced Monday that it had temporarily closed its claim center in downtown Little Rock over possible coronavirus exposure.

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State Reports 1,192 New Cases for Fourth of July WeekendAs of today , the state of Arkansas has a cumulative number of 24,253 COVID-19 cases.

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Duggar Watch: Jason Duggar Sells Arkansas House He Built for $234KAfter landing on the market in mid-May for $233,950, an Arkansas home built by Jason Duggar was sold last week for full price.

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Cafe Bossa Nova Closing Down Due to Possible COVID-19 ExposureAnother Little Rock culinary landmark is temporarily shutting down as a result of COVID-19.Café Bossa Nova will be closing temporarily after...

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Lottery claim center closes on virus concernLottery claims center closes temporarily to clean up following employee's potential exposure to COVID-19.

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Today's news and open lineThe COVID-19 pandemic is reshaping all aspects of life in Arkansas. We're interested in hearing from doctors, nurses and other health care workers; from patients and their families; from people in longterm care facilities and their families; from parents and students affected by the crisis; from people who have lost their job; from people with...

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Petitions Submitted for Arkansas Redistricting InitiativeSupporters of an effort to change the way Arkansas redraws its congressional and legislative districts submitted thousands of signatures Monday to try and get their proposal on the November ballot.

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Arkansas State Parks Launches Passport ProgramArkansas State Parks, a division of the Arkansas Department of Parks, Heritage and Tourism, is launching a passport program.

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Margaret Etta GambleHope, AR Margaret Etta Gamble was born February 7, 1930 to the late Robert and Margaret Gamble in Hope, Arkansas.

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James Corden to Host 'AY's Best Of' Winners Announcement EventAY About You has some exciting news to report. James Corden, the actor and TV personality, is going to emcee our event announcing the winners of AY's Best of 2020.

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Official: Walmart donates $100,000 for new Arkansas statuesRetail giant Walmart contributed $100,000 to replace Arkansas' century-old statues with new ones of civil rights activist Daisy Bates and country singer Johnny Cash.

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Coronavirus today: Challenges in testing and tracing, with some help on the wayGovernor Hutchinson reported a one-day drop in new COVID-19 cases, but testing was down over the holiday weekend and hospitalizations continued to increase in the state.

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Flash Flood Warning for Nevada County Until 4:45 PM CDT This EveningThe National Weather Service in Shreveport has issued a Flash Flood Warning for - West Central Union County in south central Arkansas...

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Gov. Hutchinson: COVID-19 cases trending down in northwest Arkansas, state reports 439 new casesWashington and Benton counties, two of the counties with significant spikes weeks ago, both reported less than 100 new cases Monday.

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From The Editor: The July 2020 IssueEditor Jordan P. Hickey on putting together this month's issue. Photo by Arshia Khan.

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A Return to Albert PikeA former newspaper reporter returns to the site of the historic flood 10 years later.

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Molding a Life from ClayJim and Barbara Larkin have lived the potter's life for the past 46 years at Fox Pass Pottery, their home and studio outside Hot Springs.

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The Issues at HandThe dynamic husband-and-wife duo behind Allegiance Arts and Entertainment pledged to bring their new line of comic books to the masses—and that's pretty super.

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Recipe Monday: Chocolate-Dipped StrawberriesSo we were doing the math: Today is Recipe Monday, and tomorrow is World Chocolate Day?

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Country Music Legend Charlie Daniels DiesCharlie Daniels, a country music and southern rock legend, has died by a hemorrhagic stroke, according to his doctors.

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Former Arkansas Surgeon General Says More Can Be Done To Improve Contact TracingFormer Arkansas Surgeon General Dr. Joe Thompson praised recent efforts by Gov. Asa Hutchinson and state health officials to curb the spread of COVID-19, but said even more steps need to be taken.

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State shuts Little Rock bar for failure to abide by coronavirus rulesBrewski's closed by Health Department order for coronavirus guideline infractions.

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Arkansas Drive-In Theaters Getting a Rewatch Due to COVID-19 PandemicCovid-19 has changed spending habits for thousands of Arkansans, and one of the industries hit hardest by the pandemic is movie theaters.

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Rock-MakingI am weary of my worn out sentences that begin with "I" - those crutches I lean on while the voice of an old writing instructor lets slip from the corner of her mouth, a grimace - her clear indication of disappointment, and perhaps this is pure projection, but regardless, she haunts my head anytime I sit down to write, as if I will never pass...

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Public Infrastructure Work, Totaling $11 Million, Starts at Port of Little RockOn a scorching Monday morning, local, state and federal officials gathered just off Zeuber Road at the Port of Little Rock for the announcement of new funding and for the groundbreaking of a new public infrastructure project.

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Treasury releases information on paycheck protection loans to small businessThe Treasury Department has released information on loans made under the $660 billion paycheck protection program to help small businesses through the coronavirus crisis.

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Arkansas initiative bids turn in signatures amid pandemicSupporters of proposals to overhaul Arkansas' redistricting process, create "ranked choice" voting for most offices and allow more casinos submitted thousands of signatures Monday, despite a global pandemic that initiative campaigns say hampered petition efforts.

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Arkansas shuts down bar after linking it to virus casesArkansas health officials have shut down a Little Rock bar after tracing it to a cluster of coronavirus cases and finding the business wasn't complying with virus safety measures.

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What's Happening in Arkansas: July 6Check out the latest news from around Arkansas! Every day, we'll bring you some of the best news bits from around the Internet.

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Boozman, Colleagues Introduce Legislation for Rural Electric Co-ops, Telecom Providers to Refinance Rural Utility Service DebtU.S. Senator John Boozman joined a bipartisan group of senators to introduce the Flexible Financing for Rural America Act, legislation that would allow electric cooperatives and small, rural telecommunications providers to refinance their Rural Utilities Service debt at lower interest rates.

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Joy Elizabeth LaffertyJoy Elizabeth Lafferty, 65, of Bodcaw, Arkansas passed away on July 4, 2020 at her home.

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Crews and Associates Adds Partridge as Financial AdvisorCrews and Associates has added a new member to its financial advising team. Clay Partridge has joined the Little Rock-based company as a financial advisor.

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Cowboy Rides For VeteransTony Jones is riding 1400 miles on horseback across the country to raise awareness for military veterans.

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The Rutledge Report June 2020Why Do You Wear Your Mask? I wear my mask to keep my family safe and protect my two year old daughter.

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Arkansas Baptist churches decry 'unfair and damaging' reportTwo prominent Southern Baptist churches were unfairly portrayed as contributing to the spread of COVID-19 in a recent report issued by the Arkansas Department of Health, according to Arkansas Baptist State Convention Executive Director J.D. 'Sonny' Tucker.

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Corry to Head New AGFC Nature Center in SpringdaleThe Arkansas Game and Fish Commission has named a new head for its new nature center in Springdale.

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Paycheck Protection Program Deadline Moved to Aug. 8President Donald Trump on Saturday signed into law a temporary extension of a subsidy program for small businesses battered by the coronavirus.

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Aj Smith, Marjorie Williams-Smith: "A Path Forward"Drawings, watercolors and silverpoint by Aj Smith and Marjorie Williams-Smith, master artists of longstanding in Arkansas, go on virtual exhibit at the Arkansas Governor's Mansion in "A Path Forward." Aj Smith is known for his photorealistic portraiture, many of the works featuring faces of the Delta; he's exhibited nationally since 1979.

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Quarter Century in Hog HeavenWhen I stepped on the University of Arkansas campus in the fall of 1990 for my freshman year, little did I know it would be the first day of a journey that would last more than a quarter of a century.

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Little Rock Port Begins Work on $11M in Infrastructure ProjectsLocal, state and federal leaders held a groundbreaking ceremony Monday for $11 million in transportation infrastructure projects at the Port of Little Rock.

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Former Arkansas Surgeon General Says More Can Be Done To Improve Contract TracingFormer Arkansas Surgeon General Dr. Joe Thompson praised recent efforts by Gov. Asa Hutchinson and state health officials to curb the spread of COVID-19, but said even more steps need to be taken.

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Arkansas Week: Hate Crime Legislation and Mail-InHighlights a dedicated, distinguished group of Arkansas journalists and political scientists who discuss issues in the news.

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2-hour wait for COVID-19 test at UAMS: UPDATEA couple known to the Arkansas Times just called to say: If you want to get a COVID-19 test from UAMS, get a full tank of gas, water, a cord for your cell phone and be patient.

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CWS Rewind: 2004For the first time in 15 years, the Arkansas Razorback baseball team returned to Omaha and the College World Series, this time with a new head coach in tow.

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May Bell HamiltonMrs. May Bell Hamilton, 96, of Lewisville, Ar passed on Sunday, July 5 at a local hospital.

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Hazel: an excerpt from 'The Vapors: A Southern Family, the New York Mob, and the Rise and Fall of Hot Springs, America's Forgotten Capital of Vice'Hot Springs was "running wide open," with casino gambling happening in full view of God and everybody.

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Governor Hutchinson To Provide COVID-19 Update Today At 1:30 pmGovernor Asa Hutchinson will provide an update to media this afternoon regarding Arkansas's COVID-19 response.

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HPS Return Plan Embraces "New Normal"A collaboration between administrators, teachers, and staff of the Hope Public Schools, along with health officials and school nurses has produced "Hope United: A Plan for Education" the guide to the "new normal" of public education for the HPS in response to the COVID-19 crisis.

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HPS Virtual Academy Registration OpensKen MClemore HOPE - An online component of the Hope Public Schools, "Hope from Home Virtual Academy 2020-2021," opened for registrations July 6.

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John K DeWoodyMr. John K DeWoody age 75, of Prescott, Arkansas passed away Saturday July 4, 2020, surrounded by his children.

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A Q&A with David Hill on his new book 'The Vapors: A Southern Family, the New York Mob, and the Rise and Fall of Hot Springs, America's Forgotten CapiBraiding a story of national crime figures, local officials whose complicity was rewarded with financial benefit, and a family history, Hill's deeply researched book reads like a crime thriller.

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Arkansas man, 73, accused of pulling handgun after fireworks disputeA Mountain Home man was arrested after reportedly pulling a handgun on his neighbor on July Fourth following an argument over fireworks.

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Op-Ed: Three Simple Words: Wear. A. Mask.It is unclear when we will be on the other side of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Petititon deadline day: Redistricting, voting, casinosToday's the deadline for groups trying to reach the ballot by petition on measures covering redistricting, voting and casinos.

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Environment 1, Leslie Rutledge 0. Pipeline project abandoned.One of Leslie Rutledge's faraway court fights has ended in a loss for the energy companies she fought to defend.

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Niebaum Leaves AAEA, for 2 Good ReasonsKatie Laning Niebaum has left the Arkansas Advanced Energy Association and is set to give birth to identical twin girls any minute.

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Arkansas School for Math and Science will have online option this year; residential program not yet decidedThe residential school in Hot Springs for top students is still deciding how to proceed in the next school year, though planning for a full online option is already underway.

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Governor's Address: The American Spirit in a PandemicThis year, the Fourth of July will be quieter than any in our lifetime. That will be most obvious, perhaps, in small towns such as Piggott, where July 4th is the biggest event of the year.

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Arkansas first to offer Florida wide receiverArkansas is still working toward finishing off its 2021 recruiting class while also getting a head start for next years cycle.

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The Prophets W. B. Yeats and Shakespeare Offered us a WordI had to leave the living room just now as news clips from the weekend of Trump droning-on in his voice dripping with fake sincerity and fake solemnity.

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Hutchinson Will Insist on Masks If Trump Rallies in ArkansasIf President Donald Trump decides to hold a campaign rally in Arkansas, the state will insist that all participants are socially distanced and wear masks to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, Gov.

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Multiple people shot, one dead after event in ArkansasPolice are still searching for a suspect after multiple people were shot during an event in Helena, West-Helena Arkansas.

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Guest Commentary: Disproportionate ImpactNorthwest Arkansas has recently seen a significant spike in COVID-19 cases. Minority communities, in particular, have been disproportionately affected by the virus.

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Veteran carries flag throughout Arkansas, spreading unityA man from Lee County served on the combat line for our country and when the coronavirus pandemic began in March, he decided to spread unity and love.

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Culturalist: Summer 2020Drive-in movies and Soundsuits are making a comeback. Delta tamales never left.

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Notes from the BackcountryOn the curious privilege of rural life in the time of a pandemic.

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Hometown: Close to HomeFor this special edition of Hometown, I've stayed in my own home in Conway and reached out to folks living in previously visited towns to see how they're faring in the time of COVID-19-to see how remarkable people in remarkable places deal with remarkable times.

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Big Dam Photo: Rain? Check."The photo kinda says it all, right? A stunning vista, a cooling rain shower, that otherworldly feeling of looking over a precipice and seeing only clouds below."

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First Taste: The Lab Food TruckExploring new frontiers of flavor with The Lab Food Truck.

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Cork Dork: That's the Spirit!There are two major forms of grape brandy: pomace and wine. Pomace brandy is chic and European and not just because it's white and likes to be called "Marc." It's just not common in the United States, save for its Italian counterpart Grappa.

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Row, Row, Row, Row, Row, Row, Row, Row, Row, Row Your BoatA father-son duo charts a 300-mile course along the Arkansas River.

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Back to the BasicsEven outside, standing near the water's edge, looking up at the 102 white stone steps that wind upward, like an uneven line of white piano keys, beside the curving Seussian trees, you get the sense that it is a place removed from the fraying edges of the world, because unless you're standing in precisely the right spot, you won't see the path...

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Open House: Shooting for the MoonJamie Moon wants you to know that your dream house is possible. Really.

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Space for the Public EyeSeeing all these places abandoned set off an alarm, something akin to the sadness one encounters from the haunted quality that public spaces take on when emptied, as though the sound and motion they contain when filled with people continue to reverberate there, magnifying their bereftness.

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Seconds for Minute ManAlthough the commercial vestiges of its legacy continue to linger-kids' meals, charbroiled burgers, the phrase "old-fashioned burgers," and the last remaining location, Minute Man No.

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Partners work to restore native plants in Northwest Arkansas with locally sourced seedsLocal partners are working to replenish Arkansas' native plant seed inventory to support statewide ecological restoration and conservation efforts.

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Calico Rock joins Arkansas Main Street initiative KHCalico Rock is one of the three newest communities across the state to be added to the Arkansas Downtown Network program.

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1 dead, 3 hurt after shots fired into crowd in east ArkansasHELENA-WEST HELENA — One person was killed and three others injured after a shooting outside of an event late Sunday in eastern Arkansas, authorities said.

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Union critical of Central Arkansas bus system overhaul planA proposed overhaul of the Rock Region Metro bus network calls for "axing routes" in "working class, African-American" areas of Pulaski County, neighborhoods that rely on transit service the most, the union representing the transit agency's bus drivers and maintenance employees says.

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Nonpayment disconnections to remain on pause, utilities in Arkansas sayUtility companies in Arkansas say they will continue adhering to an order not to disconnect customers who do not pay their bills, as the coronavirus crisis stretches into the summer months.

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Higher education notebookThe money comes from the Windgate Foundation, which has donated tens of millions of dollars to Arkansas institutions of higher education in recent years for art programs and facilities.

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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette 7/6/20Good morning, it's Monday, July 6th. I'm Lucas Dixon and these are the top headlines from the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette.

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COVID-19 in Arkansas: Gov. Hutchinson gives updates on cases, responseAsa Hutchinson will give an update on the state's response to the COVID-19 pandemic this afternoon in Little Rock.

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Hays Myers wears many hats on Hogs' staffNews and information about the Arkansas Razorbacks and Arkansas Sports from the staffs of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and Hawgs Illustrated.

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This week in Razorback historyNews and information about the Arkansas Razorbacks and Arkansas Sports from the staffs of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and Hawgs Illustrated.

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This Week In Arkansas AthleticsFormer Arkansas pitcher Blaine Knight, a third-round pick by Baltimore, signed with the orioles for a $1.1 million bonus on July 6, 2018.
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Best Hogs in pro baseball No. 5: Pagnozzi struck by DeBriyn's spielNews and information about the Arkansas Razorbacks and Arkansas Sports from the staffs of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and Hawgs Illustrated.

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Arkansas Governor announces cities may implement mask ordinancesGovernor Asa Hutchinson announced cities across the state may implement an ordinance requring mandatory face coverings to help curb the spread of COVID-19 by signing Executive Order 20-41 on Friday.

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Arkansas first to offer Florida wide receiverArkansas is still working toward finishing off its 2021 recruiting class while also getting a head start for next years cycle.

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Protest again targets Walmarts; Central Arkansas demonstrators decry prison labor, wagesDozens of Black Lives Matter protesters successfully shut down four Walmart stores in the Little Rock area on Sunday afternoon by standing in front of entryways during a rolling protest in which they called for defunding the police, as well as defunding the big-box retailer founded in Arkansas.

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Applications Open for Fall 2020 Venture Intern ProgramApplications are open for the fall 2020 Venture Intern Program, which pairs students with regional startups, entrepreneurship support organizations and accelerator programs.

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New 'Short Talks' Dives Into Lasting Effects of COVID-19 on EconomyIn this new episode of Short Talks From the Hill, a research podcast of the University of Arkansas, Jebaraj explains what he thinks it will take for those economies to rebound and why the pandemic has had a unique effect on the economy as a whole.

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Responding or Reacting?From CEOs to CIOs, including a wide array of marketing pros around the world, there exists a struggle to figure out how to adapt business to the changing nature of consumer behavior.

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Heifer to Fight Hunger With Slimmer StaffInstead of having about 100 projects in its portfolio, the Little Rock nonprofit is moving to 20-30 programs in the upcoming months.

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CARTI Makes Plans for Pine Bluff Treatment CenterThe board of directors of CARTI, the cancer treatment institute based in Little Rock, decided last week to build a new cancer treatment center in Pine Bluff.

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State Confirms Insurance Claim in Web 'Breach'Arkansas officials confirmed last week that the state filed an insurance claim in a May 15 website security lapse that exposed sensitive data on 30,000 Arkansans seeking pandemic unemployment benefits.

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Digital Divide: Virus Spotlights Arkansas' Broadband DeficitThe coronavirus pandemic, which has pushed much of daily living online, highlights Arkansas' status as a laggard in broadband deployment and illustrates the digital divide between broadband haves and have-nots.

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Arkansas Lost at Least $22.6M in 2019 Internet CrimesArkansas ranked 34th in the nation in the number of victims of internet crimes reported last year with 1,991, according to the "2019 Internet Crime Report," released by the FBI's Internet Crime Complaint Center in February.

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That Rainy-Day FundWho doesn't have two months of income in ready cash? Most Americans. Even some of you who read Arkansas Business.

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Sun Rises on Bob East's New InvestmentBob East says he has acquired a 25% interest in Delta Solar, the 3-year-old company formerly known as Delta SunEnergy, and is now its chairman.

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Jim Keet's Cypress Social Opening Slated for This MonthLittle Rock restaurateur Jim Keet provided Whispers with an update on his Cypress Social project, the restaurant and bar that will occupy the former Cock of the Walk restaurant at 7103 Cock of the Walk Drive off Maumelle Boulevard in North Little Rock.

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Personal drama trumps shady backroom deals in 'The Vapors'If history had turned out a little differently, the popular expression might be, "What happens..."

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Multiple people shot, one dead after event in ArkansasPolice are still searching for a suspect after multiple people were shot during an event in Helena, West-Helena Arkansas.

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Calstrip Industries Implements Stratix ERP in Arkansas FacilityUS steel service-center Calstrip Industries has implemented the metal service center ERP software STRATIX at their new location in Blytheville in Arkansas.

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WATCH: Black Lives Matter protesters shut down two Walmart locations in ArkansasDozens of demonstrators, chanting "Black Lives Matter", "Defund the police" and "Defund Walmart", marched in front of Walmart locations in Jacksonville and Sherwood.

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6-Year-Old Kicked Out of Arkansas Daycare for Wearing Black Lives Matter ShirtA little Black girl was kicked out of a daycare in Russellville, Arkansas because its operators said she was encouraging racism by wearing a shirt that read ‘Black Lives Matter.'

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Arkansas reports 605 new virus cases; death toll at 287In the last week, the state has seen over 3,000 new cases of COVID-19 and 22 deaths.

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Three shot at North Little Rock apartmentsNorth Little Rock police say three men were shot around 2:30 p.m. at Building 15 of Shorter College Gardens apartments at 800 N.

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Another bad day for COVID-19 in Arkansas; the line is openPS: Trump outrage today - he claims 99 percent of COVID cases are harmless; his gutless FDA chief won't confirm or deny; the right-wing noise machine is busy building the narrative that, hey, the death rate isn't so bad, so what's the big deal?

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Arkansas reports 605 new COVID-19 cases; over 400 cases have recovered since SaturdayThe state of Arkansas is inching closer to 24,000 total COVID-19 cases as state health officials reported a nearly 600-case increase from Saturday to Sunday.

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2 Walmart stores in central Arkansas closed after protestsLITTLE ROCK – Walmart Supercenters in Jacksonville and Sherwood after protests on Sunday. The Walmart on John Harden drive in Jacksonville closed after a group of protesters showed up at the store Sunday afternoon and reportedly blocked the entrance to the store.

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