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County Judge Darryl Mahoney shows Hot Springs National Park Rotary Club a photograph of the ridgeline contractors cut through on the south end of the King Expressway extension that opened in September. The Arkansas Department of Transportation said the cut required the removal of about 1 million cubic yards of soil. (The Sentinel-Record/Lance Brownfield)
County Judge Darryl Mahoney shows Hot Springs National Park Rotary Club a photograph of the ridgeline contractors cut through on the south end of the King Expressway extension that opened in September. The Arkansas Department of Transportation said the cut required the removal of about 1 million cubic yards of soil. (The Sentinel-Record/Lance Brownfield)

The state rated many of the more than 100 bridges in the 700-mile network Garland County maintains as either structurally deficient or inadequate for the traffic they support.

Some

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