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Arkansas Grape Growers Battle Mold, Black Rot

Posted: July 7, 2014 at 1:30 a.m.

FORT SMITH -- Arkansas grape vines took a hit in the spring with a late freeze, and what survived has been susceptible to mold and black rot from recent rain.

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STAFF PHOTO ANTHONY REYES Emory Brewer, 11, bottom, and Campbell Rogerson, 13, build simple robots June 27 at the Nerdies summer camp in Fayetteville. The pair were in a group building and programming robots to do simple things, in this case to act as a traffic light. The camp featured robotics, videography/creative writing and Java script with the computer game “Minecraft.”

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Young African leaders attend program at UA

NWA Media/Michael Woods --07/01/2014-- w @NWAMICHAELW...Margaret Reid with the Department of Political Science in the J. William Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Arkansas, speaks with Ama Kouao, an engineer in statistics and economics from the Republic of Cote D'ivoire (center) and El Hadji Abou Gueye, chairman and founder of Khadija Services Group in Dakar, Senegal, Tuesday morning at the Unversity of Arkansas in Fayetteville.  They were a part of a group of young Africans visiting the University of Arkansas campus Tuesday morning were participating in a leadership skills program developed by the Obama administration.

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