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February 24, 2018

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Sheriff's log

Feb. 20 William Fuller reported a burglary at 113 Lookout Point. Feb. 21 Richard Phillips reported a break-in at 325 Little Mazarn Road, Missing were a chain saw and radio.

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Davis won’t seek fifth term as county judge

County Judge Rick Davis announced he won't seek a fifth term hours before the filing period for candidates running for state, county and township office in the May 22 preferential primaries and nonpartisan general election opened Thursday.

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Photo Finish

EDITOR'S NOTE: It takes hundreds of workers each live race meet to ensure race days run smoothly. This is the next in a series of articles highlighting occupations surrounding the sport of thoroughbred racing, and how they work together to make each meet a success. Coady Photography, one of the most widely contracted photography businesses among thoroughbred racetracks in the United States, got its unconventional start 55 years ago.

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Davis won’t seek fifth term as county judge

County Judge Rick Davis announced he won’t seek a fifth term hours before the filing period for candidates running for state, county and township office in the May 22 preferential primaries and nonpartisan general election opened Thursday.

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Closures forced in some areas

Heavy rainfall that totaled more than 5 inches and counting in some areas of the county led to flooded roadways and prompted Entergy Arkansas Inc. to open spillway gates at Remmel and Carpenter dams to maintain lake levels Wednesday.

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LR man charged with two burglaries

A Little Rock man previously arrested for burglarizing a Hot Springs liquor store in December was arrested again Tuesday while appearing in Garland County District Court for a second burglary allegedly committed the same day.

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Rushing draws Republican opponent

EDITOR'S NOTE: A large portion of this article was inadvertently omitted from Wednesday's edition, and is being reprinted in its entirety today. The newspaper regrets any inconvenience to our readers.

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Budweiser Clydesdales to return to Oaklawn

The iconic Budweiser Clydesdales, which will participate in the World's Shortest St. Patrick's Day Parade for the first time this year, will also make a return appearance to Oaklawn in conjunction with Rebel Stakes weekend, track officials announced Wednesday.

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Heavy rains flood roads, cause lakes to rise

Motorists make it to safety

At least one person had to be rescued from a flooded vehicle Wednesday after heavy rainfall pushed local creeks onto roadways, while another was able to make his way through a rain-swollen tributary on his own.

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