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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette 5/28/20Good morning. It's Thursday, May 28th. I'm Lucas Dixon, and these are the top headlines from the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette.

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Arkansas Court of AppealsThe Arkansas Court of Appeals released opinions Wednesday. The court's ruling and the names of the cases are reprinted here.

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Yurachek talks reopening planNews and information about the Arkansas Razorbacks and Arkansas Sports from the staffs of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and Hawgs Illustrated.

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Everyone to play role in safe campus returnNews and information about the Arkansas Razorbacks and Arkansas Sports from the staffs of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and Hawgs Illustrated.

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Northwest Arkansas Community College sets 2021 budget amid uncertaintyNorthwest Arkansas Community College plans to spend 4.4% less in the coming fiscal year compared to the current year's budget, a reflection of officials' uncertainty about the impact of the coronavirus.

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King: Football distancing won't come easyNews 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 logs week's smallest virus increaseArkansas' official count of coronavirus cases rose by 97 on Wednesday - the smallest increase in a week and down from the 151 cases that were added a day earlier.

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Small business owners in Arkansas navigate how to reopen amid pandemicSmall business owners in Arkansas are trying to navigate how to safely reopen amid the pandemic, including many retail store owners.

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Arkansas State University-Mountain Home does drive-thru graduationSabrina Scott, right, of Bull Shoals, smiles Wednesday at Arkansas State University Mountain Home as she poses for a picture with ASUMH Chancellor Dr. Robin Myers during the school's drive-thru graduation ceremony.

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Arkansas' medical marijuana industry sees record sales, state saysRevenue at the state of Arkansas down double digits, but one state agency is still making money and lots of it.

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Arkansas Secures 2021 Verbal from Sprinter Macy Lawrence of Great BritainTavistock, Great Britain native Macy Lawrence has announced her verbal commitment to the University of Arkansas and will arrive in Fayetteville in the fall of 2021.

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Arkansas 30 Day Fund will partner with ASU to support businessesThe Arkansas 30 Day Fund and Arkansas State University announced a partnership on Wednesday to help Arkansas small businesses struggling as a result of COVID-19.

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Coronavirus Cases Rising In Northwest Arkansas As Hospitalizations Near Second PeakArkansas is nearing a second peak of the number of hospitalized COVID-19 patients as 120 people have died from the disease.

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Testing for Hope Public Schools OfferedBobcat Clinic Nurse Practitioner Kristin Price exhibits the Q-tip style swab which will be used for free COVID-19 symptom testing for all Hope Public Schools employees, teachers, students and their families in a mass testing set for June 4.

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Arkansas courts receive personal protective equipmentThe Arkansas judiciary has begun distribution of free personal protective equipment to the state's courts to help keep Arkansans who use the court system safe, as well as the state's judges and court staff.

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Louisiana Public Service Commission Approves SWEPCO Wind ProjectSHREVEPORT, La., May 27, 2020 - Southwestern Electric Power Co. , an American Electric Power company, has received Louisiana Public Service Commission approval of its request to add 810 megawatts of wind energy.

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Arkansas nears peak hospitalizations; spike in Latino cases continuesArkansas is near its peak number of COVID-19 hospitalizations, Gov. Asa Hutchinson said Wednesday while meeting with officials in Jonesboro.

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Arkansas' active virus cases continue to rise, deaths at 120Arkansas' active coronavirus cases are continuing to rise as the secretary of state says the state Capitol is reopening next month on a limited basis.!

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Charles Starks sues police chief, mayor over his firingAnd now there are four lawsuits against the Little Rock police chief and this brings in the mayor as well.

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Conway Dispensary Wins 'Harvest' Name in Court ActionThat bold signage on the yellow walls of Little Rock's most popular medical marijuana store is likely to be changing soon: The name of Harvest House of Cannabis on Rodney Parham Road has been judged too similar to the name of Conway's dispensary.

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Arkansas 30 Day Fund and Arkansas State University Announce Strategic PartnershipLittle Rock, AR - Today the Arkansas 30 Day Fund and Arkansas State University announced a partnership to help Arkansas small businesses struggling as a result of COVID-19.

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Plan Outlined for Razorbacks to Return to Campus for TrainingNate Allen FAYETTEVILLE - Over a 40-minute press Arkansas Athletic Hunter Yurachek outlined the plan to return some Razorbacks athletes to campus in Fayetteville June 8 for str.

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Today's news: Rough handling for Asa handsThe 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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State Officials Report 97 New COVID-19 Cases, a Drop from Tuesday's 151 CasesGov. Asa Hutchinson reported 97 new COVID-19 cases, bringing the total number to 6,277 cases.

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Brave New Restaurant re-opens with a brave new routineChef Peter Brave and his crew are open for business after a two-month pandemic hiatus.

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K-9 officer helps in arrest of Arkansas murder suspectTennessee authorities say a police dog helped in the arrest of a man wanted on a first-degree murder charge out of Arkansas.

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Legislative Council votes help for Henderson State UniversityAfter more than an hour of questioning, the Arkansas Legislative Council approved a recommendation to use $825,000 in federal CARES Act money in a state rainy day fund to help Henderson State University to offset revenue lost from the and to avoid furloughs.

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Coronavirus today: Northwest Arkansas stands out in recent days for regional impact of COVID-19Coronavirus today comes from Jonesboro, with some hot spots, but perhaps not as hot as Northwest Arkansas.

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Yurachek: No furloughs, pay cuts for staff membersNews and information about the Arkansas Razorbacks and Arkansas Sports from the staffs of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and Hawgs Illustrated.

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8th Circuit reinstates tougher sentences based on burglary convictionsThe 8th Circuit reinstated tougher federal sentences based on the finding that burglary is a violent felony.

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AUDIO: Hunter Yurachek on when athletes can return to campusNews and information about the Arkansas Razorbacks and Arkansas Sports from the staffs of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and Hawgs Illustrated.

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SideBySide Stories: Part ThreeTwo Different Styles. Two Different Eras. But for Wendi Willits and Amber Ramirez, One Thing Is Usually True - The Ball is Going in the Net.

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Arkansas State Capitol to reopen to the public MondayHours and services will be limited. Until further notice, the building will be open to the public from 9 a.m.

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MLB Draft Rewind: 2010Take a look back at the Razorbacks selected in the 2010 MLB Draft, which included four future big leaguers and a first-round draft pick.

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State Capitol to reopen June 1We have an answer to part of a question unanswered at the governor's press briefing Wednesday: The state Capitol will reopen to the public June 1, with limitations.

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Making History: SpaceX and NASA Launch Astronauts to SpaceVIEW LIVE STREAM BELOW Watch history unfold LIVE today, as NASA and SpaceX launch astronauts Robert Behnken and Douglas Hurley to the International Space St.

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Who got the big bucks in the Ready for Business grant programThe 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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Arkansas not selling single-game football tickets for nowThe University of Arkansas does not plan to sell single-game football tickets this year until it receives guidance on how many spectators will be allowed into the stadium.

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SpaceX Launching First Crewed Mission to International Space StationSpaceX, Elon Musk's company, is scheduled to launch its first crewed mission, a test flight called Demo-2 that will send NASA astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley to the International Space Station aboard a Crew Dragon capsule on May 27.

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Arkansas not selling single-game football tickets for nowNews and information about the Arkansas Razorbacks and Arkansas Sports from the staffs of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and Hawgs Illustrated.

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What's the deal with those two Arkansas standoffs mentioned at the end of "Waco? "Arkansas gets two mentions in a speech that caps off Netflix's mini-series "Waco."

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Arkansas State Capitol Reopening to Public in JuneThe Arkansas State Capitol is expected to reopen to the public in June. Arkansas Secretary of State John Thurston announced that the Capitol will reopen on Monday, June 1 for limited hours.

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Stay-at-Home To-Do List: Join the Central High book club, catch some curbside theatre and moreTHURSDAYs 6/4, 6/11, 6/18, 6/25. Arkansas Arts Council Facebook page. 1 p.m. Free.

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Rock N Roll Sushi Opens in Little Rock on FridayGet your air guitar ready because RockNRoll Sushi is opening this week! It's the first Little Rock location of a...

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Arkansas State University-Mountain Home does drive-thru graduation amid COVID-19 pandemicASUMH graduates received diplomas Wednesday during a drive-thru ceremony.

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NWA Curbside Theatre: "Like Pizza Delivery —But Better for Your Heart."Know a thespian or performance guru who could use a pick-me-up during the summer of social distancing?

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Judge eases Arkansas petition signature rule due to pandemicA federal judge has temporarily blocked the state from enforcing a requirement for signatures on initiative petitions to be witnessed in person because of the coronavirus pandemic.

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Daily screening will be required for Razorback athletesNews and information about the Arkansas Razorbacks and Arkansas Sports from the staffs of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and Hawgs Illustrated.

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Final Call for Hall of Fame NominationsKen MClemore HOPE - Hope Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Bobby Hart made a final call for nominations to the 2020 Hope Educator Hall of Fame class today.
Dr. Hart said nominations from the community.

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Texas man dies after vehicle veers off I-30, flips in Arkansas; separate wreck kills boy, 3, officials sayA Texas man died in Hot Springs County after a vehicle he was traveling in Tuesday veered off Interstate 30 and overturned multiple times, state police said.

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Walmart Enters Fashion Resale Market with New PartnershipWalmart is partnering with a e-commerce company in a bid to enter the fashion resale market.

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Hutchinson officials questioned by Legislative Council on virus benefitsLegislators had many questions today for Hutchinson admimistration officials on handling of pandemic assistance payments.

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Under The Radar: Gosnell's Jydarian YoungNews and information about the Arkansas Razorbacks and Arkansas Sports from the staffs of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and Hawgs Illustrated.

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Closing Out the Taco Bucket List: Heather Baker and DJ Williams Head to Tacos 4 LifeThe Taco Bucket List tour is coming to a close, but not before AY Publisher Heather Baker and KARK host DJ Williams can hit up one last restaurant.

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Parr Garners SEC Community Service Team HonorsRazorbacks FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. - For the second consecutive year, University of Arkansas senior outfielder Sydney Parr has been selected to the SEC Community Service Team.

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What Hunter Yurachek said about athletes returning to campusNews and information about the Arkansas Razorbacks and Arkansas Sports from the staffs of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and Hawgs Illustrated.

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James Black School Bladesmithing And Historic Trades Offering Summer ClassesGovernor Hutchinson Announces Dr. Nate Smith Moving to CDC, Appoints Dr. Jose Romero As Interim Health Secretary.

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Velazquez Awarded UAHT Honors ScholarshipThe University of Arkansas at Hope-Texarkana is proud to announce that Johan Velazquez has been awarded the Honors Scholarship to attend the College.

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What's Happening in Arkansas: May 27Check 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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Robert DeatonRobert has departed his Earth. Robert had many, many friends flung far across the Globe.

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Razorbacks Mourn Former Coach Sutton's DeathNate Allen FAYETTEVILLE - Still mourning last Saturday's death of former Arkansas Basketball Coach Eddie Sutton in Tulsa, Razorbacks who played for Eddie Sutton from 1981-1984 were shocked.

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Ouachita Honors Student Achievements in 2020 Virtual Academic AwardsFor immediate releaseBy Rachel MorenoMay 27, 2020For more information, contact OBU's news bureau at [email protected] or 245-5208 ARKADELPHIA, Ark.—Ouachita Baptist University recently recogniz.

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Parr Garners SEC Community Service Team HonorsParr, a product of North Little Rock, Ark., was selected to the SEC Community Service Team for the second straight year which recognizes student-athletes who give back to their community in superior service efforts.

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How Water Colors the Outdoors"I'm more inspired now to paint than I ever was before, and I'm not sure why."

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System's shift spares Northwest Arkansas, rest of state dire floodingDespite steady rainfall, Northwest Arkansas received a fraction of what meteorologists anticipated during the early part of the week, so the risk of severe flooding throughout the state isn't as high as originally feared, meteorologists said.

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McClard's Bar-B-Q Restaurant Reportedly Selling to New OwnerArkansas landmark McClard's Bar-B-Q will be sold to a new owner later this week. According to an unidentified source who is familiar with the negotiations, the restaurant is being sold to restaurateur Lee Beasley, who also owns Bones Chophouse in...

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OSHA cites Arkansas firm following 2019 tower death in LongviewAn Arkansas-based company is facing $140,720 in federal penalties after an employee was killed on an Oktibbeha job site last year when he fell nearly 100 feet from a tower that was under construction.

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Arkansas' active virus cases continue to rise, deaths at 120LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — Arkansas' active coronavirus cases continued to rise on Wednesday as the secretary of state announced the state Capitol would reopen on a limited basis next...

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McClard's Bar-B-Q Restaurant Is Getting a New OwnerArkansas landmark McClard's Bar-B-Q will be sold to a new owner later this week. According to an unidentified source who is familiar with the...

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Some Good NewsIT'S NEVER BEEN difficult to find news. Nowadays, with the whole wide world just a Google away, that's more true than ever.

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Thoroughbred racing drug controversy emerges at Oaklawn ParkUse of drugs in thoroughbred racing has brought Oaklawn Park national attention.

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8th North Task Force and Hempstead County Deputies Arrest Two for PossessionEric GossDonald Wynn On 22 May 2020, Agents of the 8th North Task Force and Hempstead County Deputies arrested 44-year-old Eric Goss of Nashville and 62-year-old Donald Wynn of Ozan.

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The silence of the soulless RepublicansThere's a fitting Bible verse for members of Congress in Arkansas, silent on Trump outrage after Trump outrage.

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Little Rock Fraternal Order of Police after a chief againSo, it is with a heavy heart that the Little Rock Fraternal Order of Police Executive Board now requests your input on the question of whether you have confidence in Chief of Police Keith Humphrey to continue to lead our department." A copy of the letter can be found on our Facebook page."

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Arkansas Redistricting Effort Can Collect Signers By Mail, But Not ElectronicallyA judge has ruled that a group seeking to create a voter-approved commission to redraw Arkansas' legislative and congressional lines after each census doesn't have to collect signatures in person but also can't use electronic signatures and must abide by the state's July 3 deadline.

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Arkansas' governor praises testing in the state; northwest Arkansas becoming area of concernArkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson praised a recent spike in testing for the coronavirus in the state.

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Arkansas Redistricting Effort Can Collect Signers By Mail, But Not ElectronicallyA judge has ruled that a group seeking to create a voter-approved commission to redraw Arkansas' legislative and congressional lines after each census doesn't have to collect signatures in person but also can't use electronic signatures and must abide by the state's July 3 deadline.

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Walmart Teams With ThredUP to Sell Used Clothing OnlineWalmart is teaming up with online resale site ThredUP.com to offer nearly 750,000 items of used women's and children's clothing and accessories items on its website.

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Small COVID-19 outbreaks are reported in 2 Northwest Arkansas poultry plants16 active cases have been reported from Ozark Mountain Poultry in Rogers while 9 active cases have been reported for the Cargill Poultry Plant in Springdale.

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Arkansas preparing for full capacity in athletic venuesHeres what Arkansas AD Hunter Yurachek had to say about reopening athletic venues like Razorback Stadium for fans and how it will be done...

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Top Arkansas transfer target deciding todayGeorgetown transfer Mac McClung will make his decision Wednesday on where he will commit, and the Razorbacks made the guard's top-seven list earlier this month.

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Virtual Arkansas Honors Lincoln FaciliatorLincoln High School's distance learning instructor has been named the first "Virtual Arkansas Facilitator of the Year," and appropriately, she received the award virtually through the Zoom app during the School Board's May 18 meeting.

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Siloam Springs Entertainment District ordinance voted downCity board members voted 6-1 against creating a temporary entertainment district in downtown Siloam Springs.

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Episode 232: Remember Eddie Sutton's greatness at ArkansasJohn Nabors looks back on Eddie Sutton's great career at Arkansas, throwback to 1990, and a sinking boat.

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10,500 Arkansas business-grant bids OK'dThe Arkansas Economic Development Commission has approved about 10,500 applications for Arkansas Ready for Business program grants totaling more than $115 million thus far, state Department of Commerce officials said Tuesday.

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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette 5/27/20Good morning. It's Wednesday, May 27th. I'm Kristie McIntyre, and these are the top headlines from the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette.

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Hogs went 'crazy'Chad Spanberger remembers it as "crazy" days, that four-day span during this week three years ago.

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Former UA forward Sutton dies at 59News and information about the Arkansas Razorbacks and Arkansas Sports from the staffs of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and Hawgs Illustrated.

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Hogs went 'crazy'News and information about the Arkansas Razorbacks and Arkansas Sports from the staffs of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and Hawgs Illustrated.

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Growing, StillEven in the era of social-distancing, St. Joseph Center of Arkansas is still producing the goods.

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Eddie Sutton leaves legacy of lessonsNews 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' health chief announces departure as virus surgesArkansas' top health official said Tuesday he will step down this summer, but that he has no disagreement with the governor's response to the coronavirus pandemic, even as new cases continued to rise.

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First Online Bachelor's Program for Bumpers College Among New OfferingsFive new online degree programs, including the first undergraduate program for the Bumpers College, will be offered this fall.

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Top Arkansas transfer target deciding todayGeorgetown transfer Mac McClung will make his decision Wednesday on where he will commit, and the Razorbacks made the guard's top-seven list earlier this month.

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Bars allowed to reopen in Arkansas, owners prepare to make changesStand-alone bars and clubs in Arkansas can now open back up with safety restrictions in place.

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Governor Hutchinson Announces Dr. Nate Smith Moving to CDC, Appoints Dr. Jose Romero As Interim Health SecretaryArkansas Secretary of Health Dr. Nate Smith has accepted a position with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Governor Asa Hutchinson announced today at his daily COVID-19 update news conference.

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Governor Hutchinson to Provide COVID-19 Update in Jonesboro on WednesdayIf members of the media would like to participate in the Q&A portion of the news conference via telephone, please contact the Governor's Press Shop at for call-in information.

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COVID-19 deaths and cases continue to rise in Northeast ArkansasCOVID-19 has now claimed more than 100,000 lives nationwide, according to the Centers for Disease Control, and the growth in cases and deaths in Northeast Arkansas remains unthwarted.

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Keeping It Local: Cross County Chamber Launches Shop Local CampaignAfter being penned in the house for weeks - if not months - many people have become very familiar with online shopping.

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Heartland Challenge Secures Awards Presenter, JudgesCollegiate entrepreneurial teams from around the world will be competing in the first-ever Heartland Challenge on May 27-29.

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City of Little Rock Writing Warnings for Meter Violations During MayThe City of Little Rock Parking Enforcement announced that they will be writing warnings in lieu of tickets for the remainder of the month of May.

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Arkansas Governor thanks CUs for meeting member needsArkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson thanked credit unions for their work on behalf of communities across the state, particularly with so many impacted by the coronavirus disease pandemic.

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State releases $110 million worth of Ready for Business grant recipientsWant to know who got $115 million in business grants? Here's the list.

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1890 Williams HouseHistory and comfort just blocks from Downtown Hot Springs! We're Checkin' Inn to the historic 1890 Williams House!

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Bars in Arkansas reopen as state experiences second peak of Covid casesBut starting Tuesday night, The Piano Bar will open up its doors in a limited capacity, as Arkansas starts allowing standalone bars to serve customers again, bringing some much-needed relief to an industry that - unlike restaurants - has had little to no means of generating revenue during the shutdown.

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Hope For All Fundraiser A Community FirstKen MClemore HOPE — It was the fundraiser that almost failed to upload, making the historic Hope for All: COVID-19 Relief Fund event a first for Hope and Hempstead County as much as it was a child of.

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Arkansas COVID-19 Hospitalizations Near All-Time High As Cases Grow In Hispanic CommunityCoronavirus cases are on the rise among members of Arkansas's Hispanic population as the state appears to be on track to reach a second peak of COVID-19 hospitalizations.

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Razorbacks Share Lead With 14 All-America HonorsRazorbacks Online Arkansas shared a nation-leading 14 All-America honors for the 2019-20 NCAA Indoor track and field season among the accolades presented by United.

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DME ranks Arkansas' Pittman lastMembers of the Daily Mountain Eagle staff are ranking the SEC coaches in order, from 1 to 14, starting this week.

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Commerce Department Shares List of 'Ready for Business' Grant RecipientsThe Arkansas Department of Commerce on Tuesday released a spreadsheet of the 10,537 businesses that have been approved for Arkansas Ready for Business grants totaling more than $115 million.

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I-30 project foes ask for summary judgment in federal lawsuitA new court filing says the state has failed to complete a sufficient environmental assessment to qualify for exclusion from the law requiring a full environmental impact statement.

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Arkansas tower building company cited following 2019 death in Oktibbeha CountyThe federal government cited an Arkansas-based tower building company months after a worker fell to his death in Oktibbeha County.

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Arkansas crops: 85% rice and 72% cotton plantedThe moderate to heavy precipitation that fell this past week didn't completely halt Arkansas' planting progress.

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Northwest Arkansas Council hosting health-focused Zoom webinar on returning to workAs businesses move toward reopening following COVID-19 closures, there are many health and safety factors to take into consideration.

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UA track programs collect 31 All-America honorsNews and information about the Arkansas Razorbacks and Arkansas Sports from the staffs of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and Hawgs Illustrated.

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State's COVID-19 Cumulative Total Rises to 6,180 with 151 New CasesGov. Asa Hutchinson reported 151 new COVID-19 cases today at his daily press conference, bringing the total number to 6,180.

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Emergency Food Boxes for Hempstead County to be Handed Out THURSDAYThursday, May 28 from 10am - 2pm, an Emergency Food Box drive-thru will take place in Hempstead County at the Hope Fair Park Coliseum.800 S Mockingbird, Hope, AR.

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Little Rock suspends parking meter tickets until June 1The city is granting a brief reprieve on parking tickets, until June 1.

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"Arkansas 30 Day Fund" aims to help small businesses with loansA new nonprofit in Arkansas aims to help small business owners impacted by COVID-19. It's called the "Arkansas 30 Day Fund".

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Dial G for murder. Googling the case of Linda CollinsAnother search warrant seeks to mine Linda Collins' Google email for information in the investigation of her murder.

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Smith leaving Arkansas Health Department helm; virus deaths up 2 to 119Dr. Nate Smith, Arkansas secretary of health, is leaving the state at the end of August to take on an unspecified role with the federal Centers for Disease Control in Atlanta, Gov.

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Nate Smith to Leave Arkansas for CDC PostArkansas Secretary of Health Dr. Nathaniel Smith has been hired by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta to serve as deputy director for public health service and implementation science.

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Today's news roundup and open line. The questions get harder for the governorThe 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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Stay-at-home To-Do List: Shop a native plant market, tour Junction Bridge with historians and moreThe Arkansas Historic Preservation Program's monthly noontime "Sandwiching in History" tour goes live on Facebook in June to give you a historian's view of the Junction Bridge.

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Bars reopening in Arkansas despite a recent increase in COVID-19 cases"I want to thank everyone for joining our COVID Daily Update," said Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson.

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Top State Health Official Nate Smith Leaving for CDC PostArkansas' top health officer is leaving the state for a new national role. Dr. Nathaniel Smith, who serves in Gov.

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17 All-America Honors for Razorbacks Lead NationArkansas totaled a nation-leading 17 All-America honors for the 2019-20 NCAA Indoor track and field season among the recognition presented by United States Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association.

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Razorbacks Share Lead With 14 All-America HonorsArkansas shared a nation-leading 14 All-America honors for the 2019-20 NCAA Indoor track and field season among the accolades presented by United States Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association.

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Coronavirus today: New cases continue to rise, governor says weekend flouting of distancing rules isolatedHe insisted the state did well over the weekend in following social distancing guidelines despite publicity about crowds as such places as Lake Hamilton and Greers Ferry Lake.

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Arkansas farmers struggling to regain footholdsWhen the Arkansas River flooded last spring, farmers already were wading through economic insecurity caused in part by a federal trade war with China.

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Arkansas' governor pleas for all to social distance; cases rise again after new testingThe governor made the plea during his daily briefing on COVID-19 Tuesday.

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State releases $110 million worth of Ready for Business grant recipientsWant to know who got $115 million in business grants? Here's the list.

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Hilson, Ripslinger Named to SEC Community Service TeamBirmingham, Ala. - The Southeastern Conference on Tuesday announced the Community Service Team for the sports of men's and women's track and field and cross country and representing Arkansas were Nick Hilson and Joy Ripslinger.

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Ritter Communications Names New Chief Financial OfficerRitter Communications has named a new chief financial officer. The broadband provider has tapped Heath Simpson to take control of the company's financial operations.

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MLB Draft Rewind: 2009Take a look back at the Razorbacks selected in the 2009 MLB Draft, another trip to the College World Series that featured another future Arkansas big leaguer.

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Call for entries: The Arkansas Coloring BookAttention artists: The Arkansas Times is publishing the Arkansas Coloring Book this summer, and is issuing a call for entries for line drawings to go in the book!

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The Great Passion Play Continues to Inspire During Days of COVID-19The Great Passion Play opened last weekend in Eureka Springs after Gov. Asa Hutchinson reopened outdoor venues on May 9.

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Heston Kjerstad All-American HonorNate Allen FAYETTEVILLE - For his incredible 16 games in the coronavirus pandemic abbreviated college baseball season, Arkansas junior outfielder Heston Kjerstad of Amarillo, Texas Tuesday was n.

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Arkansas' health chief announces departure as virus surgesArkansas' top health official said Tuesday he will step down this summer, but that he has no disagreement with the governor's response to the coronavirus pandemic, even as new cases continued to rise.

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Judge eases Arkansas petition signature rule due to pandemicLITTLE ROCK, Ark. — A federal judge has temporarily blocked the state from enforcing a requirement for signatures on initiative petitions to be witnessed in person because of the coronavirus pandemic.

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Boozman Secures Expanded Conservation of Waterfowl Habitat in Southern ArkansasWASHINGTON-U.S. Senator John Boozman , a member of the Migratory Bird Conservation Commission, championed federal funding for the conservation of additional waterfowl habitat at the Felsenthal National Wildlife Refuge in Ashley and Union Counties.

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Winford C. "Jack" Williams"Jack" Williams, Jr., 78, of Hope, AR passed away on May 7, 2020 in Texarkana, TX.

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From Delight, Arkansas to World Fame, Remembering Glen CampbellGlen Campbell began playing guitar at a young age in rural Arkansas and would later become an international recording figure, host his own television show and star in the first filmed version of True Grit.

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K-9 officer helps in arrest of Arkansas murder suspectMEMPHIS — Tennessee authorities say a police dog helped in the arrest of a man wanted on a first-degree murder charge out of Arkansas.

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Doe's Refreshes, Reopens for BusinessDoe's Eat Place, the iconic restaurant on the edge of downtown Little Rock, has officially reopened for dine-in business under the Phase I guidelines established for Arkansas restaurants.

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Two days of tough questions for Asa on coronavirus and a rough reviewRough handling for the governor in light of eased restrictions and rising coronavirus cases.

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I-30 project foes ask for summary judgment in federal lawsuitA new court filing says the state has failed to complete a sufficient environmental assessment to qualify for exclusion from the law requiring a full environmental impact statement.

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Kjerstad, Lewis named All-Americans by Collegiate BaseballNews 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 rains bring flood risk, forecasters say; severe weather possible in isolated areasShowers and thunderstorms are expected to last through at least Thursday, the National Weather Service reported Tuesday.

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Mike Preston's incomplete alibi for mishandling the Ready for Business grant programNo, we won't let Mike Preston get away with his incomplete alibi on the initial insider coddling and fouled-up Ready for Business grant program.

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U of A Hope-Texarkana Scholarship Recipient AnnouncedThe University of Arkansas at Hope-Texarkana is proud to announce that Kathy Rogel has been awarded the Bridge Scholarship to attend the College.

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Bars in Arkansas reopen as state experiences second peak of Covid casesBut starting Tuesday night, The Piano Bar will open up its doors in a limited capacity, as Arkansas starts allowing standalone bars to serve customers again, bringing some much-needed relief to an industry that - unlike restaurants - has had little to no means of generating revenue during the shutdown.

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U of A Hope-Texarkana Secondary Career and Technical Education Center Application Deadline Extended to July 1Cimmaron Morris, Industrial Maintenance Technology Instructor, training a student on one of the college's Haas Mini Mill computer numerical control vertical milling machines.

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Arkansas COVID-19 Hospitalizations Near All-Time High As Cases Grow In Hispanic CommunityCoronavirus cases are on the rise among members of Arkansas's Hispanic population as the state appears to be on track to reach a second peak of COVID-19 hospitalizations.

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Arkansas Will Allow Youth Sports To Return June 1; Coaches Must Wear MasksArkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson announced that youth sports, including swimming, can return in the state beginning June 1 - though with many safety restrictions still in place.

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Arkansas governor warns 'newer peak or a higher peak' could be on the way"We're at a critical point in our journey," said Hutchinson. "The direction we go from here totally depends on the commitment of Arkansans to continue social distancing and following guidelines."

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Arkansas Ranks No. 9 for Best Health Infrastructure in United StatesThe COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted weaknesses in the country's healthcare system such as the lack of personal protective equipment, beds and even staff members.

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Circle to CircleThe Womens Giving Circle has provided $17,700 in support to the Jane B. Gearhart Full Circle Food Pantry during the COVID-19 crisis.

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Resource Guide: Financial Tools, Aid for Businesses Hurt by COVID-19Arkansas Business is regularly updating this page with links and contact information for businesses affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Crappie Fishing in Northwest ArkansasFlip Putthoff, Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette outdoors writer, talks about crappie fishing in Northwest Arkansas. Is the crappie the most popular fish in Arkansas?

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Arkansas officials: Stay up to date on vaccinationsChild vaccination rates have dropped since COVID-19 tightened its grip on Arkansas two months ago, prompting concerns of outbreaks of some preventable diseases.

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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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Hope Collegiate Academy Application Deadline Extended to July 1Students must be enrolled or be eligible to become enrolled as a Hope Public School student and meet the collegiate academy entrance requirements to attend.

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Consumer Confidence Up Slightly But Still Near 6-Year LowU.S. consumer confidence inched up this month, showing signs of stabilizing, but remained near a six-year low in the face of the widespread business shutdowns that have sent the economy into recession.

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Arkansas High Collegiate Academy Application Deadline Extended to July 1Students who will be entering the 10th grade can apply to the academy. Students must be enrolled or be eligible to become enrolled as a Texarkana Arkansas School District student and meet the collegiate academy entrance requirements to attend.

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Raymond DixonMr. Raymond Dixon, 87, of Fulton passed on Monday, May 25 at a Texarkana hospital.

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Hometown, ArkansasSince January 2015, when we started running our recurring "Hometown" features, we've written about just shy of 50 places across the state, the vast majority of which have been penned by writer extraordinaire Heather Breed Steadham.

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Hutchinson Honors Veterans During NLR Wreath Laying CeremonyGov. Asa Hutchinson delivered the following address during a Memorial Day Wreath Laying Ceremony at the Arkansas State Veterans Cemetery in North Little Rock on Monday, May 25, 2020: I want to express my thanks to Major General Penn for...

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Governor's Address: Memorial Day in 2020Monday is Memorial Day, and today I'd like to pay tribute to the Arkansans who have given their lives through military service to ensure that Americans continue to live in freedom.

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Webinar: FLEX360 on How to Make Smart Decisions on Digital MarketingFLEX360 Executive Director John Tucker and Digital Marketing Manager Aly Smith will join Tre Baker of Arkansas Business to discuss the truths and misconceptions of digital marketing.

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Wieber, Hale, Jackson Headline Tonight's Virtual ONE Razorback RoadshowRazorback Gymnastics Coach Jordyn Wieber, Soccer Coach Colby Hale, Men's Tennis Coach Andy Jackson along with Vice Chancellor and Director of Athletics Hunter Yurachek, plus a special appearance from Bobby Bones will make up the fourth Virtual ONE Razorback Roadshow on Tuesday at 6 p.m.

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What's Happening in Arkansas: May 26Check 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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Startup Junkie Executive Director Named to NSBA Leadership CouncilAn Arkansas entrepreneur support organization executive has been named to the National Small Business Association.

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4-star TE looks forward to clearance for visitNews and information about the Arkansas Razorbacks and Arkansas Sports from the staffs of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and Hawgs Illustrated.

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Kjerstad Honored as Collegiate Baseball All-AmericanArkansas outfielder Heston Kjerstad has become the 28th All-America recipient in school history after being named to the Collegiate Baseball Newspaper First Team after a shortened 2020 season.

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Little Rock restaurant's outdoor seating plan gets nod from commissionThe owners of South on Main in downtown Little Rock already had plans to build a patio before the coronavirus pandemic hit Arkansas, but now that restaurants must leave more space between diners, the extra seating presents an added bonus.

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Two Fort Smith churches suspend services after attendance by person with COVID-19Resumption of services at two Fort Smith churches was suspended after they discovered a person with COVID-19 had attended services a week ago.

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LIVE UPDATES: Coronavirus in the Mid-South: Bars in Arkansas can reopen today, officials sayThe impact of the novel coronavirus is being felt all across the Mid-South where new cases are being announced every day and new steps are being taken to help limit the spread.

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Bars in Arkansas can reopen today, officials sayBars in Arkansas may reopen today with limited seating, according to a press release.

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North Little Rock district asking state to OK millage electionThe School District has sent a special election request to the Arkansas Department of Education for a potential millage extension.

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Judge eases Arkansas petition signature rule due to pandemicA federal judge has temporarily blocked the state from enforcing a requirement for signatures on initiative petitions to be witnessed in person because of the coronavirus pandemic.

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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette 5/26/20Good morning. It's Tuesday, May 26th. I'm Kristie McIntyre, and these are the top headlines from the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette.

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Deadly shooting under investigation in Mtn. Home, ArkansasOfficers found another man in a nearby apartment and took him into custody.

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Officials find new ways to honor Arkansas' late veteransCovid-19 altered but did not derail Memorial Day weekend observances at the state's three national cemeteries.

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Illness pauses 1 NW road project; others roll onWork to complete the Bella Vista Bypass is close to schedule, but the primary contractor paused one project after an employee tested positive for the coronavirus.

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State observes safely distant Memorial DayWilliam Robert Moody, a 30-year-old father of three, was waiting at an on-base Afghanistan bus stop in 2011 when he was hit by a mortar, which killed him and three other service members.

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Officials find new ways to honor late veteransCovid-19 altered but did not derail Memorial Day weekend observances at the state's three national cemeteries.

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Tontitown Grape Festival canceledThe annual Grape Festival scheduled for Aug. 4-8 has been canceled because of the covid-19 pandemic, according to a news release from a festival representative.

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UA eVersity to begin paying on $5M loan after 2-year extensionUniversity of Arkansas System eVersity will soon begin paying principal on its $5 million loan from other system schools, two years after needing an extension on the timeline.

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Bar NoneBig Orange Midtown's self-isolating bar manager Luiggi Uzcategui wants to help you drink better while you're stuck at home.

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Nevada coach had eye on upset loss for HogsNews and information about the Arkansas Razorbacks and Arkansas Sports from the staffs of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and Hawgs Illustrated.

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UA's matchmakerNews and information about the Arkansas Razorbacks and Arkansas Sports from the staffs of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and Hawgs Illustrated.

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Only virus can stop Gammill's hit paradeNews and information about the Arkansas Razorbacks and Arkansas Sports from the staffs of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and Hawgs Illustrated.

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K-9 officer helps in arrest of Arkansas murder suspectMEMPHIS, Tenn. — Tennessee authorities say a police dog helped in the arrest of a man wanted on a first-degree murder charge out of Arkansas.

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ARKANSAS SIGHTSEEING: History is waiting — along the side of the roadRoundtop Filling Station is one of only two properties in Sherwood honored with a listing on the National Register of Historic Places.

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Presenters, Judges Finalized for Online Heartland Challenge CompetitionSteve Case, co-founder of AOL and CEO of investment firm Revolution, will announce winners of the livestreamed business competition.

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Device Simulates Filtering and Ion Transport Functions of Human KidneyNovel technology that simulates kidney function could expand, improve treatment options for patients in the final stage of renal disease.

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New Features in Microsoft TeamsMicrosoft Teams provides a centralized workspace for collaboration, chat and online meetings from any device.

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Deadline Approaching for Women's Giving Circle Grant ApplicationFaculty and staff are invited to apply for funding from the Women's Giving Circle by June 1 for programs and initiatives that support the campus and community.

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2020 MLB Draft Profile: Casey Martin, SS, ArkansasSS HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 5'11″/175 lb. THROWS/BATS: Right / Right COLLEGE: ARKANSAS HS: LONOKE. Background Casey Martin was considered a strong local prospect as a prep player.

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Arkansas Governor Speaks On Memorial Day In Context Of COVID-19 PandemicDespite the coronavirus pandemic, Arkansas paid tribute to members of the military Monday who have died in the line of duty.

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Memorial Day serves as reunion for Arkansas veterans, comrades and best friendsArmed Forces side by side. It has now been eight years since Denney died; Wheeler still describes him as a funny guy and a best friend.

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Bars and clubs in Arkansas allowed to reopen TuesdayIt's been more than two months since the COVID-19 pandemic shut down all bars and clubs in Arkansas.

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Arkansas hosts socially-distanced Memorial Day ceremonyWhile many Memorial Day services around the country were cancelled due to coronavirus, Arkansas didn't skip the holiday.

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A Tribute to the FallenThree Arkansas ladies have created a beautiful tribute to our fallen war heroes. Lissa Brian, Sarah Young and Chloe Russell put their heads together over the weekend and engineered this heartfelt video to honor all those who paid the ultimate price for our freedom.

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Arkansas reports 107 new cases of coronavirus, 1 more deathNearly 4,250 state residents have recovered from the disease since the pandemic began.

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CARES Act Steering Committee to Meet TomorrowThe CARES Act Steering Committee, created by Governor Asa Hutchinson to recommend the best use of federal aid during the COVID-19 pandemic, will meet virtually at4:00 p.m.

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Today's news: Why not make THIS the 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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Judge eases limits on petitioning for change in state constitution's redistricting processFederal Judge P.K. Holmes has given some help to a group attempting to qualify for the November ballot a constitutional amendment to change the process for drawing legislative and congressional districts.

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Governor Hutchinson Delivers Memorial Day AddressGovernor Asa Hutchinson delivered remarks today at a Memorial Day Wreath Laying Ceremony at the Arkansas State Veterans Cemetery in North Little Rock.

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Opitz Named to SEC Community Service TeamRazorbacks Online FAYETTEVILLE, catcher Casey Opitz was recognized on the 2020 Southeastern Conference Baseball Community Service Tea.

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Memorial Day: A virtual ceremony and 107 new COVID-19 cases, one deathThe news for today's evening open line is a 107-case increase in confirmed coronavirus cases in Arkansas, plus an additional death.

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Arkansas Governor Speaks On Memorial Day In Context Of COVID-19 PandemicDespite the coronavirus pandemic, Arkansas honored members of the military Monday who have died in the line of duty.

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Arkansas reports 107 new cases of coronavirus, 1 more deathArkansas health officials reported 107 new cases of COVID-19 Monday and one additional death linked to the disease caused by coronavirus.

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Spot-on evaluation of Arkansas safety signee Myles SlusherIve got record at projecting how good Arkansas safety recruits would turn out, and this is a problem Ive had dating back to 2005.

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ON THIS DAY: Sikes Helps U.S. Win Walker Cup; Hogs Win NCAA RegionalR.H. Sikes helped the United State defeat Great Britain and Arkansas won the 1991 NCAA Central Regional Championship.

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Arkansas man drowns in fast-moving Elk RiverInvestigators say Fredgrikas Hardiman of Fayetteville stepped out of his boat. The strong current took him down the river Saturday night.

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Cave City standout Fischer Miller reflects on signing with Arkansas State track and fieldHe won 2019 state titles in the Indoor and Outdoor mile.

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Arkansas lakes coming back to life despite coronavirus concernsA stormy weather forecast and general concerns about crowds in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic kept crowds down on Memorial Day on Lake Hamilton and other area boating destinations.

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69Thank you for listening to this episode of the I am Northwest Arkansas podcast. We showcase businesses, culture, entrepreneurship, and the lives of everyday people making Northwest Arkansas what it is today.

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Hall of Fame Coach Eddie Sutton Passes AwayNate Allen FAYETTEVILLE - Of all who played or coached under Eddie Sutton during his 11 Razorbacks years only one did both.

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Opitz Named to SEC Community Service TeamArkansas catcher Casey Opitz was recognized on the 2020 Southeastern Conference Baseball Community Service Team, as part of the league's continuing effort to shine on the accomplishments of student-athletes beyond the field of competition.

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MLB Draft Rewind: 2008Take a look back at the Razorbacks selected in the 2008 MLB Draft, which featured another future big-leaguer taken in the first round.

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Home to Hogs, History and HeroesAt the intersection of sports and society you will discover revelations about who we are, what we value and aspirations for where we want to go.

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The Memorial Day open line: How will you mark the day?The comments on the Facebook item from Lake Hamilton represent the divergence of views - the politicization of views, you might say - on the coronavirus response.

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Today We Celebrate, Honor and Remember Our HeroesMemorial Day commemorates the men and women who died while in the military service of their country, particularly those who died in battle or as a result of wounds sustained in battle.

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Miguel A. Casillas, MD: Psychiatry and Addiction Medicine ExpertMiguel A. Casillas, MD, is a well-versed medical psychiatrist and addiction medicine physician who has until recently diagnosed and treated patients at Stockton Medical Group with offices in North Little Rock, Hot Springs, Northwest Arkansas, Jonesboro and Texarkana, Arkansas.

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Front Porch MemoriesThere was a cardboard box next to the exposed hot water heater on what we called the back porch in the tiny house I grew up in on West Mueller Street.

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Spot-on evaluation of Arkansas safety signee Myles SlusherIve got record at projecting how good Arkansas safety recruits would turn out, and this is a problem Ive had dating back to 2005.

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This Week in Arkansas AthleticsFor a period of time, the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette will present a catalog of weekly events that affected University of Arkansas athletics across all sports in years past.

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This Week In Arkansas AthleticsFor a period of time, the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette will present a catalog of weekly events that affected University of Arkansas athletics across all sports in years past.

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Bella Vista Bypass, interchange construction on track despite virusWork to complete the Bella Vista Bypass is close to schedule, but the primary contractor paused one project after an employee tested positive for the covid-19 virus.

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COLUMN: Arkansas owes thanks to SuttonBefore all the Razorback games became televised, some Arkansas people turned their TVs and radios off on basketball nights to keep from hearing the final score.

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Arkansas farmers struggling to regain footholdsWhen the Arkansas River flooded last spring, farmers already were wading through economic insecurity caused in part by a federal trade war with China.

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Arkansas logs another 147 cases, 1 deathArkansas on Sunday reported 147 new covid-19 cases and one additional death, bringing the state's cumulative total to 5,922 cases and 116 fatalities, according to the Arkansas Department of Health.

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Arkansas catcher Casey Opitz named to SEC Community Service TeamArkansas catcher Casey Opitz was recognized on the 2020 Southeastern Conference Baseball Community Service Team, as part of the league's continuing effort to shine on the accomplishments of student-athletes beyond the field of competition.

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Arkansas officials: Stay up to date on vaccinationsChild vaccination rates have dropped since covid-19 tightened its grip on Arkansas two months ago, prompting concerns of outbreaks of some preventable diseases.

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Arkansas Hosts First Concert Amid COVID-19 PandemicOn May 18, Travis McCready of band Bishopp Gunn played America's first concert since the COVID-19 pandemic in Fort Smith, Arkansas.

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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette 5/25/20Good morning. It's Monday, May 25th. I'm Lucas Dixon, and these are the top headlines from the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette.

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UAFS to ask voters to extend sales tax in Sebastian CountyThe University of Arkansas at Fort Smith plans to ask Sebastian County voters for an extension of a one-fourth percent sales tax that helps fund the school.

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North Little Rock district asking state to OK election for millage extensionThe North Little Rock School District has sent a special election request to the Arkansas Department of Education for a potential millage extension.

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Health Care NotebookThe new doctor from the smallest hometown grew up in Mellwood, which is in Phillips County and has a population of fewer than 100, according to U.S. Census Bureau estimates.

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Conway NotebookThe Arkansas PBS Foundation - the fundraising arm of the state's public television network - elected four new board members Thursday.

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No change seen for UAFS tuitionThe cost of attending the University of Arkansas at Fort Smith will remain about the same in the fall 2020 semester as it did a year before.

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Widespread influenceNews 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 AthleticsNews and information about the Arkansas Razorbacks and Arkansas Sports from the staffs of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and Hawgs Illustrated.

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Before they were coaches: Eric MusselmanNews and information about the Arkansas Razorbacks and Arkansas Sports from the staffs of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and Hawgs Illustrated.

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Economic IndicatorsLike all traditional department stores, Arkansas' second-largest retailer was in a tricky market position long before the coronavirus pandemic forced it to start closing stores.

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Finance Crisis at Arkansas Colleges Hits the Layoff StageWith Arkansas' public colleges in historic financial distress, University of Arkansas at Little Rock Chancellor Christina Drale prescribed a bitter remedy this month - cuts deep enough to cost tenured professors their jobs - and state education leaders fear other state universities may have to take a dose.

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Fighting in Court with Former Lover, Lawyer Lands in JailThe split between a Little Rock attorney and the business owner with whom he had a romantic relationship has gotten messier.

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