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Ole Miss center Shakira Austin (0) blocks a shot by Arkansas guard Chelsea Dungee (33) during an SEC Tournament game Thursday, March 4, 2021, in Greenville, S.C. (Photo by Todd Van Emst via SEC Pool)

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Arkansas starter Peyton Pallette tosses the ball to first baseman Brady Slavens Saturday, Feb. 27, 2021, during the second inning of the Razorbacks' 9-3 win over Southeast Missouri State at Baum-Walker Stadium in Fayetteville.

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Arkansas' Aly Manzo is shown during a game against Drake on Thursday, March 4, 2021, in Fayetteville.

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Arkansas guard Moses Moody (5) looks for a rebound against South Carolina guard AJ Lawson (00) during the second half of an NCAA college basketball game Tuesday, March 2, 2021, in Columbia, S.C. Arkansas won 101-73. (AP Photo/Sean Rayford)

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Pharmacist Jack Kann places boxes of the Johnson & Johnson covid-19 vaccine into a refrigerator at South Shore University Hospital in Bay Shore, N.Y., on Wednesday, March 3, 2021. Janssen Pharmaceuticals is a division of Johnson & Johnson. (AP/Mark Lennihan)

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House members hold a moment of silence Thursday for Daylon Burnett, the Watson Chapel Junior High School student who was shot at school and died this week. (Arkansas Democrat-Gazette/Staci Vandagriff)

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Raise your glass: Though specialty wine-glass makers sell glasses for every varietal, one universal wine glass is all you really need, said Royal Wineís top sommelier Gabe Geller. Photo courtesy of Royal Wine Corp. For At Home by Marni Jameson in HomeStyle

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FILE -- In this file photo, Chelsea Jennings speaks Tuesday Dec. 1, 2020 at Lakeside Junior High School Assistant Principal after she received the Arkansas Assistant Principal of the Year award from the Arkansas Association of Educational Administrators. (NWA Democrat-Gazette/J.T. Wampler)

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SHOW OF ANTLERS Bull elk lounge at the edge of a meadow Feb. 21 in Boxley Valley near the Buffalo National River. (Courtesy photo/Terry Stanfill)

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Pat Brown waits outside the Don Bosco Senior Center in Kansas City, Mo., Wednesday, March 3, 2021. Brown knows she needs the vaccine because her asthma and diabetes put her at higher risk of serious covid-19 complications. But Wall hasn’t attempted to schedule an appointment and didn’t even know if they were being offered in her area yet; she says she is too overwhelmed. (AP Photo/Orlin Wagner)

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In this April 17, 2017, file photo, runners head down the stretch to the finish line in the 121st Boston Marathon in Boston. (AP Photo/Charles Krupa, File)

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1832 law making Hot Springs Reservation signed by President Andrew Jackson.

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Bathhouse Row in the 1940s.

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Bath attendant works on Bathhouse Row.

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Imperial Bath House.

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Government Bath House.

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Hoke Smith Fountain near the second Arlington Hotel.

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John W. Noble Fountain, Superintendent’s Office.

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Formal Entrance to the park.

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Army and Navy General Hospital, with Imperial Bath House at foot of the hill.

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Camping at Gulpha Gorge Campground in 1938.

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Ranger and visitors on Gulpha Creek in campground in the 1950s.

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Gulpha Gorge swimming pool in 1934.

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Boy Scouts and Iron Spring in Gulpha Gorge, Feb. 18, 1929.

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Horseback rider at Gulpha Gorge Campground entrance in 1929.

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FILE -- Alice Walton announces the new Whole Health Institute Wednesday, Jan. 15, 2020, during the Northwest Arkansas Council's winter meeting at Crystal Bridges Museum of Art in Bentonville. (NWA Democrat-Gazette/Ben Goff)

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National Guard keep watch on the Capitol, Thursday, March 4, 2021, on Capitol Hill in Washington. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)

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FILE -- East view of the Whole Health Institute. (Courtesy Photos/Marlon Blackwell Architects)

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Alice Walton

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Alice Walton

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Alice Walton

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In this April 10, 2019 file photo, Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson speaks to reporters in his office at the state Capitol in Little Rock. (AP Photo/Andrew DeMillo, File)

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FILE - In this May 7, 2020, file photo, a person looks inside the closed doors of the Pasadena Community Job Center in Pasadena, Calif., during the coronavirus outbreak. (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes, File)

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James Harold Jones, the owner of Jones Bar-B-Cue Diner in Marianna, stands by the restaurant’s pit area, which was destroyed by fire Sunday morning. The restaurant building itself was partially damaged, he said. Photo by Steve Higginbothom

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James Harold Jones, the owner of Jones Bar-B-Cue Diner in Marianna, stands by the restaurant’s pit area, which was destroyed by fire Sunday morning. The restaurant building itself was partially damaged, he said. Photo by Steve Higginbothom

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The Hibachi Yummy Beef to go from Bamboo Hibachi on Camp Robinson Road in North Little Rock was a bit more yummy than it was in the restaurant this time last year. (Arkansas Democrat-Gazette/Eric E. Harrison)

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El Torito's "Torito's Special" features grilled chicken, green peppers, onions, bacon and cheese dip. (Arkansas Democrat-Gazette/Eric E. Harrison)

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Black mussels in lemon pepper sauce from Juicy Seafood peek out from a double plastic bag. (Arkansas Democrat-Gazette/Eric E. Harrison)

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Adding a fried egg to the Croque Ducrot from The Croissanterie makes it a Croque Madame. (Arkansas Democrat-Gazette/Eric E. Harrison)

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James Harold Jones, aka “Mr. Harold,” stands in the fire-damaged pit area of his Jones Bar-B-Q Diner in Marianna on Sunday. Locals and fans from across the country are contributing to the rebuilding of the award-winning establishment. (Special to the Democrat-Gazette/Steve Higginbothom)

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James Harold Jones, aka “Mr. Harold,” stands in the fire-damaged pit area of his Jones Bar-B-Q Diner in Marianna on Sunday. Locals and fans from across the country are contributing to the rebuilding of the award-winning establishment. (Special to the Democrat-Gazette/Steve Higginbothom)

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Mariscos “La Corita” Nayarit now occupies three storefronts in the Lakehill Shopping Center at the crest of North Little Rock’s Park Hill. (Arkansas Democrat-Gazette/Eric E. Harrison)

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Mariscos “La Corita” Nayarit now occupies three storefronts in the Lakehill Shopping Center at the crest of North Little Rock’s Park Hill. (Arkansas Democrat-Gazette/Eric E. Harrison)

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The Mighty Crab is opening a third area location in the former DacqShack/Famous Dave's Bar-B-Que space on Little Rock's North Shackleford Road. (Arkansas Democrat-Gazette/Eric E. Harrison)

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The Mighty Crab is opening a third area location in the former DacqShack/Famous Dave's Bar-B-Que space on Little Rock's North Shackleford Road. (Arkansas Democrat-Gazette/Eric E. Harrison)

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The Mighty Crab is opening a third area location in the former DacqShack/Famous Dave's Bar-B-Que space on Little Rock's North Shackleford Road. (Arkansas Democrat-Gazette/Eric E. Harrison)

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Brice Hall (from right), a firefighter with the Fayetteville Fire Department, pets Ember, a Dalmatian owned by Fayetteville firefighter Martin Striefler Wednesday at the conclusion of a multi-level fire training exercise at the Fayetteville Fire Department’s training facility in Fayetteville. Farmington and Fayetteville partnered in the exercise that continues Friday. (NWA Democrat-Gazette/Andy Shupe)

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Bad Habit, a Little Rock band that covers classic rock songs, plays Saturday at Stickyz Rock ’n’ Roll Chicken Shack. Band members are Kaleb Hatley (from left), Jack Bennett, Luke Garrison and Sam Bennett. (Special to the Democrat-Gazette/David Yerby)

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Bad Habit, a Little Rock band that covers classic rock songs, plays Saturday at Stickyz Rock ’n’ Roll Chicken Shack. Band members are Kaleb Hatley (from left), Jack Bennett, Luke Garrison and Sam Bennett. (Special to the Democrat-Gazette/David Yerby)

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Nathaniel Curtis (right) as Ash Mukherjee, and Lydia West as Jill Baxter in “It’s a Sin.” (Photograph by Ben Blackall/HBO Max/TNS)

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Nathaniel Curtis (right) as Ash Mukherjee, and Lydia West as Jill Baxter in “It’s a Sin.” (Photograph by Ben Blackall/HBO Max/TNS)

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Author Kevin Brockmeier discusses his latest book, “The Ghost Variations: One Hundred Stories,” in a Six Bridges Book Festival “Virtual Author Session” March 11. (Democrat-Gazette file photo/courtesy of Kevin Brockmeier)

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Author Kevin Brockmeier discusses his latest book, “The Ghost Variations: One Hundred Stories,” in a Six Bridges Book Festival “Virtual Author Session” March 11. (Democrat-Gazette file photo/courtesy of Kevin Brockmeier)

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Award-winning Broadway actor Adam Kantor will teach a virtual Broadway master class in musical theater for students 13-18 via Zoom, 6-8 p.m. March 22-26 through Fayettevilles Walton Arts Center. (Special to the Democrat-Gazette)

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Officials with Liberty Utilities, the United Way and the city of Pine Bluff met Wednesday to put the finishing touches on a plan to help residents fix their plumbing that was damaged during the mid-February winter storms. (Pine Bluff Commercial/Byron Tate)

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Fort Smith Utility Director Lance McAvoy speaks during the city Board of Directors regular meeting Tuesday. (NWA Democrat-Gazette/Thomas Saccente)

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Kenny Drewry of Drewry Farm and Orchard in Dover examines his fruit trees Feb. 25 for damage caused by the record cold and snowfall. (Special to The Commercial/Phil Sims, U of A System Division of Agriculture)

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Afghan journalists film at the site of a bombing attack in Kabul, Afghanistan, Tuesday, Feb. 9, 2021. The coordinated killings in Jalalabad on Tuesday, March 2, 2021, of three women working for a local radio and TV station in Jalalabad were the latest in a bloody campaign against journalists in Afghanistan, a country that was already considered one of the most dangerous places in the world to be a journalist. In just the last six months, 15 journalists have been killed in a series of targeted killings. (AP Photo/Rahmat Gul)

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FILE - In this Tuesday, March 2, 2021 file photo, people move the body of a woman who was killed by gunmen in Jalalabad, east of Kabul, Afghanistan. The coordinated killings in Jalalabad on Tuesday of three women working for a local radio and TV station in Jalalabad were the latest in a bloody campaign against journalists in Afghanistan, a country that was already considered one of the most dangerous places in the world to be a journalist. In just the last six months, 15 journalists have been killed in a series of targeted killings.(AP Photo/Sadaqat Ghorzang, File)

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Afghan journalists film at the site of a bombing attack in Kabul, Afghanistan, Feb. 20, 2021. The coordinated killings in Jalalabad on Tuesday, March 2, 2021, of three women working for a local radio and TV station in Jalalabad were the latest in a bloody campaign against journalists in Afghanistan, a country that was already considered one of the most dangerous places in the world to be a journalist. In just the last six months, 15 journalists have been killed in a series of targeted killings. (AP Photo/Rahmat Gul)

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Zabiullah Doorandish, center, who works for a local TV channel in Kabul, arrives at the site of a blast in Kabul, Afghanistan, Tuesday, Feb. 9, 2021. Doorandish survived a roadside bomb attack by the Islamic State last May. He says now he lives much of the time in fear. Like many journalists he gets death threats, but he says he isn't sure who is behind them, even though some say they are Taliban. (AP Photo/Rahmat Gul)

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Mohammad Naweed, a journalist from western Afghanistan, hides his identity for security reasons as he gives an interview to The Associated Press in Kabul, Afghanistan, Feb. 3, 2021. In just the last six months, 15 journalists have been killed in a series of targeted killings spreading fear among Afghanistan’s journalist community. Along with journalists, Judges, lawyers and activists have also been targeted in a wave of assassinations since Washington signed a peace deal with the Taliban a year ago. (AP Photo/Rahmat Gul) (AP Photo/Rahmat Gul)

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Relatives pray for one of three women working for a local radio and TV station who were killed on Tuesday in attacks claimed by the Islamic State group, during her funeral ceremony in Jalalabad, east of Kabul, Afghanistan, Wednesday, March 3, 2021. The coordinated killings were the latest in a bloody campaign against journalists where in just the last six months, 15 journalists have been killed in a series of targeted killings. (AP Photo)

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Afghan security police block a TV journalist from filming at the site of bombing attack in Kabul, Afghanistan, Feb. 10, 2021. The coordinated killings in Jalalabad on Tuesday, March 2, 2021, of three women working for a local radio and TV station in Jalalabad were the latest in a bloody campaign against journalists in Afghanistan, a country that was already considered one of the most dangerous places in the world to be a journalist. In just the last six months, 15 journalists have been killed in a series of targeted killings. (AP Photo/Rahmat Gul)

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A female TV presenter from southern Afghanistan hides her identity for security concerns as she gives an interview to The Associated Press in Kabul, Afghanistan, Wednesday, Feb. 3, 2021. In just the last six months, 15 journalists have been killed in a series of targeted killings spreading fear among Afghanistan’s journalist community. Along with journalists, Judges, lawyers and activists have also been targeted in a wave of assassinations since Washington signed a peace deal with the Taliban a year ago. (AP Photo/Rahmat Gul)

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Relatives carry the body of one of three women working for a local radio and TV station who were killed on Tuesday in attacks claimed by the Islamic State group, during her funeral ceremony in Jalalabad, east of Kabul, Afghanistan, Wednesday, March 3, 2021. The coordinated killings were the latest in a bloody campaign against journalists where in just the last six months, 15 journalists have been killed in a series of targeted killings. (AP Photo)

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Tatyana Barbee (5) and DaNasia Massey (15) of Watson Chapel will tip off today's action in the 4A South Region tournament facing Arkadelphia in Star City. (Pine Bluff Commercial/I.C. Murrell)

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Jacksonville/North Pulaski School District superintendent Bryan Duffie speaks Friday Aug. 7, 2020 in Little Rock during the daily covid-19 briefing. See more photos at arkansasonline.com/88governor/. (Arkansas Democrat-Gazette/Staton Breidenthal)

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Officials with Liberty Utilities, the United Way and the city of Pine Bluff met Wednesday to put the finishing touches on a plan to help residents fix their plumbing that was damaged during the mid-February winter storms. (Pine Bluff Commercial/Byron Tate)

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Kenny Drewry of Drewry Farm and Orchard in Dover examines his fruit trees Feb. 25 for damage caused by the record cold and snowfall. (Special to The Commercial/Phil Sims, U of A System Division of Agriculture)

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A policeman popping out from a police vehicle aims a slingshot towards anti-coup protesters in Mandalay, Myanmar, Wednesday, March 3, 2021. Demonstrators in Myanmar took to the streets again on Wednesday to protest last month's seizure of power by the military. (AP Photo)

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Policemen and soldiers armed with guns and slingshots advance towards anti-coup protesters in Mandalay, Myanmar, Wednesday, March 3, 2021. Demonstrators in Myanmar took to the streets again on Wednesday to protest last month's seizure of power by the military. (AP Photo)

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People mourn as they view the body of Kyal Sin, also known by her Chinese name Deng Jia Xi, a 20-year-old university student who was shot in the head while she attended an anti-coup protest rally in Mandalay, Myanmar Wednesday, Mar. 3, 2021. Myanmar security forces shot and killed multiple people Wednesday, according to accounts on social media and local news reports, as authorities extended their lethal crackdown on protests against last month's coup. (AP Photo)

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Anti-coup protesters use tires to make makeshift barricades to prevent riot policemen from entering in Yangon, Myanmar Wednesday, March 3, 2021. Demonstrators in Myanmar took to the streets again on Wednesday to protest last month's seizure of power by the military. (AP Photo)

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An anti-coup protester writes vital emergency information of another protester on his arm in Yangon, Myanmar Wednesday, March 3, 2021. Demonstrators in Myanmar took to the streets again on Wednesday to protest last month's seizure of power by the military. (AP Photo)

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People cry as they view the body of Kyal Sin, also known by her Chinese name Deng Jia Xi, a 20-year-old university student who was shot in the head while she attended an anti-coup protest rally in Mandalay, Myanmar, Wednesday, March 3, 2021. Myanmar security forces shot and killed multiple people Wednesday, according to accounts on social media and local news reports, as authorities extended their lethal crackdown on protests against last month's coup. (AP Photo)

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Anti-coup protesters run from teargas and charging riot police and soldiers in Mandalay, Myanmar, Wednesday, March 3, 2021. Demonstrators in Myanmar took to the streets again on Wednesday to protest last month's seizure of power by the military. (AP Photo)

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Anti-coup school teachers in their uniform and traditional Myanmar-hats participate in a demonstration in Mandalay, Myanmar, Wednesday, March 3, 2021. Demonstrators in Myanmar took to the streets again on Wednesday to protest last month's seizure of power by the military. (AP Photo)

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Anti-coup protesters with makeshift shields stand watching in Yangon, Myanmar, Wednesday, March 3, 2021. Demonstrators in Myanmar took to the streets again on Wednesday to protest last month's seizure of power by the military. "Spring revolution" is written on their shields. (AP Photo)

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Anti-coup protesters run as one of them discharges a fire extinguisher to counter the impact of tear gas fired by riot policemen in Yangon, Myanmar, Wednesday, March 3, 2021. Demonstrators in Myanmar took to the streets again on Wednesday to protest last month's seizure of power by the military. (AP Photo)

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FILE - This March 19, 2018 file photo shows the Google app on an iPad in Baltimore. Google says it won't develop new ways to follow individual users across the internet after it phases out existing ad tracking technology from Chrome browsers in an upcoming overhaul aimed at tightening up privacy. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky, File)

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Brice Hall (from right), a firefighter with the Fayetteville Fire Department, pets Ember, a Dalmatian owned by Fayetteville firefighter Martin Striefler Wednesday, March 3, 2021, at the conclusion of a multi-level fire training exercise at the Fayetteville Fire Department’s training facility in Fayetteville. Farmington and Fayetteville partnered in the exercise that continues Friday. Visit nwaonline.com/210304Daily/ for today's photo gallery. (NWA Democrat-Gazette/Andy Shupe)

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Iraqis put up a poster announcing the upcoming visit of the Pope Francis and a meeting with a revered Shiite Muslim leader, Grand Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani, right, in Najaf, Iraq, Wednesday, Macr 3, 2021. (AP Photo/Anmar Khalil)

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The towboat Lady of Perpetual Help out of New Orleans pushes barge traffic up the Arkansas River Wednesday March 3, 2021 near downtown Little Rock. (Arkansas Democrat-Gazette/Staton Breidenthal)

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Anti-coup protesters run as one of them discharges a fire extinguisher to counter the impact of tear gas fired by riot policemen in Yangon, Myanmar, Wednesday, March 3, 2021. Demonstrators in Myanmar took to the streets again on Wednesday to protest last month's seizure of power by the military. (AP Photo)

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The Samsung Electronics logo is displayed in a window at the company's D'light flagship store in Seoul, South Korea, on Oct. 6, 2020. MUST CREDIT: Bloomberg photo by SeongJoon Cho.

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Yemeni men walk amid the graves of Houthi fighters who were killed during recent fighting, at a cemetery in Sanaa, Yemen, Tuesday, Mar. 2, 2021. (AP Photo/Hani Mohammed)

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Visitors walk along the boardwalk Wednesday March 3, 2021in Little Rock as they visit the William E. "Bill" Clark Presidential Park Wetlands. (Arkansas Democrat-Gazette/Staton Breidenthal)

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A National Guard member keeps watch along Constitution Avenue at the Capitol where heightened security remains since the Jan. 6 attacks by a mob of supporters of then-President Donald Trump, in Washington, Wednesday, March 3, 2021. The U.S. Capitol Police say they have intelligence showing there is a "possible plot" by a militia group to breach the U.S. Capitol on Thursday. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)

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People shop at a Walmart Thursday, Feb. 6, 2020, in El Paso, Texas. The Justice Department is suing Walmart, alleging the company unlawfully dispensed controlled substances through its pharmacies, helping to fuel the opioid crisis in America, a person familiar with the matter told The Associated Press. The civil complaint being filed Tuesday, Dec. 22, 2020 points to the role Walmart’s pharmacies may have played in the crisis by filling opioid prescriptions and by unlawfully distributing controlled substances to the pharmacies during the height of the opioid crisis, the person said.

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Francis Miller, owner and operater of Miller's Gas and Service, pumps gas for a customer at his station on N. Lehigh Avenue in Frackville, Pa., on Monday, March 1 2021. The station still provides full-service, following in the footsteps of his late father, Francis Miller, who founded the business in 1945. The price per gallon has risen about every other week, and it's selling for about $2.99 or a few pennies less at many places in Schuylkill County. (Jacqueline Dormer/Republican-Herald via AP)

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President Joe Biden speaks during a meeting about cancer in the Oval Office of the White House, Wednesday, March 3, 2021, in Washington. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)

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Emergency services attend the scene close to a coronavirus test station after a homemade firework was detonated in Bovenkarspel, Netherlands, Wednesday March 3, 2021. The homemade firework, a so-called "pipe" firework, was fired near to the Covid test station Wednesday and broke some windows but no people are reported injured. (Stefanie ter Koele / AP)

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FILE - In this Wednesday, Jan. 6, 2021, file photo, rioters storm the Capitol, in Washington. Capitol Police say they have intelligence showing a “possible plot” by a militia group to breach the U.S. Capitol on Thursday, nearly two months after a mob of supporters of then-President Donald Trump stormed the iconic building to try to stop Congress from certifying now-President Joe Biden's victory. The threat appears to be connected to a far-right conspiracy theory, mainly promoted by supporters of QAnon, that Trump will rise again to power on March 4. That was the original presidential inauguration day until 1933, when it was moved to Jan. 20. (AP Photo/John Minchillo, File)

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A gondolier stands by a boat near a quiet pedestrian walkway at the Venetian hotel and casino in Las Vegas, Feb. 4, 2021. The toll of the coronavirus is reshaping Las Vegas almost a year after the pandemic took hold. The tourist destination known for bright lights, big crowds, indulgent meals and headline shows is a much quieter place these days. (AP Photo/John Locher)

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Yuma Fire Department 21-1 Fire Recruit Academy cadet Caleb Newgent, right, uses a gas chainsaw to cut a hole in the "roof" of a prop at the Public Safety Training Facility, during a "vertical ventilation" exercise for all of the cadets in the class, Wednesday, March 3, 2021, in Yuma, Ariz. Supporting Newgent is his teammate, fellow cadet Mike Erickson. The exercise is designed to teach cadets how to "ventilate" a structure fire. It was the last training exercise for the six cadets who will graduate today. (Randy Hoeft/The Yuma Sun via AP)

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Emergency personnel prepare to transport an injured person Wednesday March 3, 2021 from the scene of a vehicle accident at the intersection of Lynch Drive and E. Broadway street in North Little Rock. (Arkansas Democrat-Gazette/Staton Breidenthal)

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Observers in the House gallery react to the passage of SB-6, a bill to abolish abortion in Arkansas, during the House session on Wednesday, March 3, 2021, at the state Capitol in Little Rock. More photos at www.arkansasonline.com/34bill/ (Arkansas Democrat-Gazette/Thomas Metthe)

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Ray Hightower of Little Rock pulls Jerusalem artichokes, also known as sunchokes, from his garden Wednesday afternoon at Pulaski County Garden Center in Little Rock. (Arkansas Democrat-Gazette/Staci Vandagriff)

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Oil pumping jacks operate in an oilfield near Almetyevsk, Tatarstan, Russia, on March 11, 2020. MUST CREDIT: Bloomberg photo by Andrey Rudakov.

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Award-winning Broadway actor Adam Kantor will teach a virtual Broadway master class in musical theater for students 13-18 via Zoom, 6-8 p.m. March 22-26 through Fayettevilles Walton Arts Center. (Special to the Democrat-Gazette)

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“Sawmill Break” (left) by Matthew Hasty and “Cedars” by Steven Wise are on display through March at Justus Fine Art Gallery in Hot Springs. (Special to the Democrat-Gazette)

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“Sawmill Break” (left) by Matthew Hasty and “Cedars” by Steven Wise are on display through March at Justus Fine Art Gallery in Hot Springs. (Special to the Democrat-Gazette)

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South Carolina guard Seventh Woods (23) is defended by Arkansas guard JD Notae (1) during the first half of Tuesday's game in Columbia, S.C. - Photo by Sean Rayford of The Associated Press

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Lane Parrish (left) competes Saturday Jan. 23 2021 in the 6A West Conference wrestling meet at Bentonville High School. Parrish will compete in the Class 6A state wrestling tournament starting today at the University of Arkansas-Little Rock. (NWA Democrat-Gazette/Flip Putthoff)

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BLAZING NEW TRAIL Workers put the finishing touches Wednesday March 3 2021 on a new section of trail in Rogers near Cambridge Park. A new concrete section replaces an older piece of the trail between Cambridge Park and Northwest Arkanas Community College. Go to nwaonline.com/210304Daily/ to see more photos. (NWA Democrat-Gazette/Flip Putthoff)

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Sen. Jason Rapert, R-Conway, speaks with Rep. Mary Bentley, R-Perryville, before Bentley presented SB-6, a bill to abolish abortion in Arkansas, during the House session on Wednesday, March 3, 2021, at the state Capitol in Little Rock. More photos at www.arkansasonline.com/34bill/ (Arkansas Democrat-Gazette/Thomas Metthe)

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Russian President Vladimir Putin speaks to top Interior Ministry officials in Moscow, Russia, Wednesday, March 3, 2021. Putin urged the Interior Ministry to track down those who draw children to unsanctioned demonstrations. (Sputnik, Kremlin Pool Photo via AP)

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FILE - In this Saturday, Feb. 20, 2021 file photo, Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny gestures as he stands behind a grass of the cage in the Babuskinsky District Court in Moscow, Russia. Russian opposition leader Alexey Navalny was transported to a prison 100km away from Moscow. Navalny was taken to a prison in Pokrov city after Moscow city court rejected appeal against his prison sentence on Saturday, Feb. 27, 2021. (AP Photo/Alexander Zemlianichenko, File)

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This combo image shows from left, Investigative Committee Chief Alexander Bastrykin at the Kremlin in Moscow, Thursday, Dec. 13, 2012; Russian Prosecutor General Igor Krasnov attends a meeting at the Prosecutor General's Office Board in Moscow, Russia, Tuesday, March 17, 2020; Commander-in-Chief of the Rosguardia (National Guard) troops Viktor Zolotov at the Novo-Ogaryovo residence outside Moscow, Wednesday, May 6, 2020. The European Union on Tuesday, March 2, 2021 imposed sanctions on four senior Russian officials over the jailing of opposition leader Alexei Navalny, who is President Vladimir Putin's most high-profile political foe. (Sputnik, Kremlin Pool Photo via AP, File)

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Farmington and Fayetteville firefighters open a hydrant Wednesday during a multi-level fire training exercise at the Fayetteville Fire Department’s training facility in Fayetteville. Farmington and Fayetteville partnered in the exercise that continues Friday. Visit nwaonline.com/210304Daily/ for today's photo gallery. (NWA Democrat-Gazette/Andy Shupe)

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Brice Hall, a firefighter with the Fayetteville Fire Department, lowers a training dummy from atop a ladder Wednesday during a multi-level fire training exercise at the Fayetteville Fire Department’s training facility in Fayetteville. Farmington and Fayetteville partnered in the exercise that continues Friday. Visit nwaonline.com/210304Daily/ for today's photo gallery. (NWA Democrat-Gazette/Andy Shupe)

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Brice Hall (from right), a firefighter with the Fayetteville Fire Department, pets Ember, a Dalmatian owned by Fayetteville firefighter Martin Striefler Wednesday at the conclusion of a multi-level fire training exercise at the Fayetteville Fire Department’s training facility in Fayetteville. Farmington and Fayetteville partnered in the exercise that continues Friday. Visit nwaonline.com/210304Daily/ for today's photo gallery. (NWA Democrat-Gazette/Andy Shupe)

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Martin Striefler (right), a firefighter with the Fayetteville Fire Department, speaks to his dog, Ember, Wednesday as he and other firefighters clean up at the conclusion of a multi-level fire training exercise at the Fayetteville Fire Department's training facility in Fayetteville. Farmington and Fayetteville partnered in the exercise that continues Friday. Visit nwaonline.com/210304Daily/ for today's photo gallery. (NWA Democrat-Gazette/Andy Shupe)

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Randi Fritsche has been volunteering her time to Court Appointed Special Advocates of Northwest Arkansas since 2016. Her mission, like that of all CASA volunteers, is to be the voice of children in the foster care system. (The children in these photos are “models,” not children being served by CASA.) (Courtesy photo/CASA)

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Iraqis put up a poster announcing the upcoming visit of the Pope Francis and a meeting with a revered Shiite Muslim leader, Grand Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani, right, in Najaf, Iraq, Wednesday, Macr 3, 2021. (AP Photo/Anmar Khalil)

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Nick Fritsche, who volunteers with his wife, Randi, says he was most surprised to “learn that we were the only constant person in our child’s life.” If CASA didn’t exist, he says, “I think the system would be more overwhelmed and children would fall through the cracks.” (The children in these photos are “models,” not children being served by CASA.)(Courtesy photo/CASA)

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Olga Hamilton came into CASA with a wealth of experience as a teacher and principal, but she says CASA taught her everything she needed to know about the legalities of dealing with children in foster care, resources available in the community and completing court reports. (The children in these photos are “models,” not children being served by CASA.) (Courtesy photo/CASA)

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A LOOK UNDER THE HOOD Joe Spaulding checks the oil Wednesday of a fire truck at the Rocky Branch Volunteer Fire Department east of Rogers near Beaver Lake. Volunteers in the community inspect department trucks each month so the volunteer firefighters don't have to do it. Volunteer inspectors check lights, sirens, engine fluid levels, tires and equipment on each truck. Go to nwaonline.com/210304Daily/ to see more photos. (NWA Democrat-Gazette/Flip Putthoff)

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A LOOK UNDER THE HOOD Joe Spaulding checks the lights and siren Wednesday of a fire truck at the Rocky Branch Volunteer Fire Department east of Rogers near Beaver Lake. Volunteers in the community inspect department trucks each month so the volunteer firefighters don't have to do it. Volunteer inspectors check engine fluid levels, tires, sirens, lights and equipment on each truck. Go to nwaonline.com/210304Daily/ to see more photos. (NWA Democrat-Gazette/Flip Putthoff)

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A sign requiring make is seen near diners eating at a restaurant on the River Walk, Wednesday, March 3, 2021, in San Antonio. Gov. Greg Abbott says Texas is lifting a mask mandate and lifting business capacity limits next week. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)

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Eddie Person, with the city of Prairie Grove Parks and Recreation, secures wind screen Wednesday near the left field pole at one of the baseball fields at Delford Rieff Park in Prairie Grove. Other amenities at the park include an Aquatic Park, a half mile paved walking trail, sand volleyball court Murph Pair Skate facility and four baseball fields. Check out nwaonline.com/210304Daily/ and nwadg.com/photos for a photo gallery. (NWA Democrat-Gazette/David Gottschalk)

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Bill Magness, President and CEO of the Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT), testifies as the Committees on State Affairs and Energy Resources hold a joint public hearing to consider the factors that led to statewide electrical blackouts, Thursday, Feb. 25, 2021, in Austin, Texas. The hearings were the first in Texas since a blackout that was one of the worst in U.S. history, leaving more than 4 million customers without power and heat in subfreezing temperatures. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)

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Observers in the House gallery react to the passage of SB-6, a bill to abolish abortion in Arkansas, during the House session on Wednesday, March 3, 2021, at the state Capitol in Little Rock. More photos at www.arkansasonline.com/34bill/ (Arkansas Democrat-Gazette/Thomas Metthe)

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Rep. Terri Sewell, D-Ala., recalls the work of the late Rep. John Lewis as Democrats gather to address reporters on H.R. 1, the For the People Act of 2021, at the Capitol in Washington, Wednesday, March 3, 2021. House Democrats are poised to pass a sweeping elections and ethics bill, offering it up as a powerful counterweight to voting rights restrictions advancing in Republican-controlled statehouses. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)

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Rep. Nikema Williams, D-Ga, recalls the legacy of Rep. John Lewis as Democrats gather to address reporters on H.R. 1, the For the People Act of 2021, at the Capitol in Washington, Wednesday, March 3, 2021. House Democrats are poised to pass a sweeping elections and ethics bill, offering it up as a powerful counterweight to voting rights restrictions advancing in Republican-controlled statehouses. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)

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Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., lower left, and members of the Democratic Caucus gather to address reporters on H.R. 1, the For the People Act of 2021, at the Capitol in Washington, Wednesday, March 3, 2021. House Democrats are expected to pass a sweeping elections and ethics bill, offering it up as a powerful counterweight to voting rights restrictions advancing in Republican-controlled statehouses. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)

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Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., and the Democratic Caucus gather to address reporters on H.R. 1, the For the People Act of 2021, at the Capitol in Washington, Wednesday, March 3, 2021. House Democrats are expected to pass a sweeping elections and ethics bill, offering it up as a powerful counterweight to voting rights restrictions advancing in Republican-controlled statehouses. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)

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Gov. Asa Hutchinson speaks about his plan to sign the "Stand Your Ground" bill into law, while also expressing his support for hate crime legislation during a press conference on Wednesday, March 3, 2021, at the state Capitol in Little Rock. (Arkansas Democrat-Gazette/Thomas Metthe)

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FILE - In this Jan. 15, 2004 file photo, Iraqis protest in the streets of the southern city of Basra carrying posters of Shiite leaders including Grand Ayatollah Ali al-Husseini al-Sistani, right, the top cleric of Iraq's Shiite majority. On Saturday, March 6, 2021, Pope Francis will visit the 90-year-old Grand Ayatollah who is revered by many Shiites worldwide and whose words hold powerful influence in Iraq and beyond. The pontiff and ayatollah will meet in al-Sistani’s modest home in the Iraqi city of Najaf. (AP Photo/Nabeel al-Jurani, File)

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U.S. Capitol Police protective agents stand watch as Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., and other lawmakers hold a news event on the steps of the House of Representatives at the Capitol in Washington, Wednesday, March 3, 2021. The Capitol Police said today that they have intelligence showing there is a "possible plot" by a militia group to breach the U.S. Capitol on Thursday. The threat comes nearly two months after thousands of supporters of then-President Donald Trump stormed the Capitol in a violent insurrection as Congress was voting to certify Joe Biden's electoral win. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)

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FILE - In this Jan. 19, 2004 file photo, an Iraqi Christian holds a carpet with an image of Jesus Christ and a poster of Grand Ayatollah Ali al-Husseini al-Sistani during a march in Baghdad, Iraq. On Saturday, March 6, 2021, Pope Francis will visit the 90-year-old Grand Ayatollah who is revered by many Shiites worldwide and whose words hold powerful influence in Iraq and beyond. The pontiff and ayatollah will meet in al-Sistani’s modest home in the Iraqi city of Najaf. (AP Photo/Hadi Mizban, File)

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FILE - This March, 13, 2019 handout file photo from the office of Grand Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani, shows senior Shiite cleric Grand Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani in the southern Iraqi city of Najaf. On Saturday, March 6, 2021, Pope Francis will visit the 90-year-old Grand Ayatollah who is revered by many Shiites worldwide and whose words hold powerful influence in Iraq and beyond. The pontiff and ayatollah will meet in al-Sistani’s modest home in the Iraqi city of Najaf. (Office of Grand Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani, via AP, File)

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FILE - New York Jets quarterback Sam Darnold rolls out to pass against the New England Patriots in the first half of an NFL football game in Foxborough, Mass., in this Sunday, Jan. 3, 2021, file photo. The 23-year-old quarterback was considered an untouchable player on the roster only a year ago. General manager Joe Douglas has backed off that stance, though, and it could signal a major change at the position as free agency and the NFL draft approach. “I will answer the call if it's made,” Douglas said Wednesday, March 3, 2021, when asked if he'd listen to offers for Darnold from other teams. (AP Photo/Charles Krupa, File)

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FILE - In this Feb. 25, 2020, file photo, New York Jets general manager Joe Douglas speaks during a news conference at the NFL football scouting combine in Indianapolis. Sam Darnold's time as the face of the New York Jets franchise might be nearing a disappointing end. The 23-year-old quarterback was considered an untouchable player on the roster only a year ago. General manager Joe Douglas has backed off that stance, though, and it could signal a major change at the position as free agency and the NFL draft approach. (AP Photo/Michael Conroy, File)

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Sen. Jason Rapert (left), R-Conway, talks with Gov. Asa Hutchinson after passage of SB-6, a bill to abolish abortion in Arkansas, during the House session on Wednesday, March 3, 2021, at the state Capitol in Little Rock. More photos at www.arkansasonline.com/34bill/ (Arkansas Democrat-Gazette/Thomas Metthe)

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Jomar Francisco of Little Rock and Shandreka McCullough of Farmington were crowned 2021 Homecoming King and Queen during festivities at the University of Arkansas at Fort Smith. Francisco, the son of Johnny and Elsa Francisco, is a senior animation technology major and represented the Campus Activities Board on the Homecoming Court. McCullough, the daughter of Lenard McCullough and Bobbie Walker, is a senior media communication major and represented Delta Gamma. (Courtesy photo)

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MEDICAL PROFESSIONALS DONATE Derek Miller, on the staff at Northwest Medical Center in Bentonville, finishes donating blood on Wednesday with Shelly Hudspeth of Community Blood Center of the Ozarks during a blood drive at the hospital. "We always have a good turnout here," said Luther Franklin, mobile unit operator for Community Blood Center of the Ozarks. He drives the center's mobile vehicle named "The Blood Vessel." There is a particular need for O-negative blood but all blood types are needed. People can donate at blood centers in Bentonville or Springdale. Visit www.cbco.org for information. Go to nwaonline.com/210304Daily/ to see more photos. (NWA Democrat-Gazette/Flip Putthoff)

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MEDICAL PROFESSIONALS DONATE Derek Miller, on the staff at Northwest Medical Center in Bentonville, finishes donating blood on Wednesday with Shelly Hudspeth of Community Blood Center of the Ozarks during a blood drive at the hospital. "We always have a good turnout here," said Luther Franklin, mobile unit operator for Community Blood Center of the Ozarks. He drives the center's mobile van named "The Blood Vessel." There is a particular need for O-negative blood but all blood types are needed. People can donate at blood centers in Bentonville or Springdale. Visit www.cbco.org for information. Go to nwaonline.com/210304Daily/ to see more photos. (NWA Democrat-Gazette/Flip Putthoff)

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MEDICAL PROFESSIONALS DONATE Luther Franklin, mobile unit operator at Community Blood Services of the Ozarks, assembles blood donor kits Wednesday during a blood drive at Northwest Medical Center in Bentonville. Staff at the hospital gave blood during the drive. "We always have a good turnout here," Franklin said. He drives the center's mobile van named "The Blood Vessel." There is a particular need for O-negative blood but all blood types are needed. People can donate at blood centers in Bentonville or Springdale. Visit www.cbco.org for information. Go to nwaonline.com/210304Daily/ to see more photos. (NWA Democrat-Gazette/Flip Putthoff)

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MEDICAL PROFESSIONALS DONATE Luther Franklin, mobile unit operator at Community Blood Services of the Ozarks, packs away a pint of blood donated Wednesday by Derek Miller, on the staff at Northwest Medical Center in Bentonville, during a blood drive at the hospital. Hospital staff gave blood during the drive. "We always have a good turnout here," Franklin said. He drives the center's mobile van named "The Blood Vessel." There is a particular need for O-negative blood but all blood types are needed. People can donate at blood centers in Bentonville or Springdale. Visit www.cbco.org for information. Go to nwaonline.com/210304Daily/ to see more photos. (NWA Democrat-Gazette/Flip Putthoff)

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FILE - In this May 10, 2018 file photo of a courtroom sketch, from left, defense lawyer Boris Bytensky, Justice Ruby Wong, Alek Minassian and Crown prosecutor Joe Callaghan are shown in court as Minassian appears by video in Toronto, Canada. Minassian, who admitted using a van to kill 10 pedestrians in Toronto on April 23, 2018, was found guilty on Wednesday, March 3, 2021. (Alexandra Newbould/The Canadian Press via AP, File)

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Danny Clevenger, with Young's Tree Service, rappels from the top of a lamp pole in Legion Park after attaching a strap to hold it in place before cutting it near the ground, Wednesday, March 3, 2021, in Owensboro, Ky. Clevenger was working with Tong Electrical Solutions to replace the pole, which was damaged when hit by an automobile. (Greg Eans/The Messenger-Inquirer via AP)

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FILE - This is a Feb. 24, 2021, photo showing Aaron Boone of the New York Yankees baseball team. The New York Yankees announced Wednesday, March 3, 2021, that manager Aaron Boone is taking an immediate medical leave of absence to receive a pacemaker. (Mike Carlson/MLB Photos via AP, Pool)

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FILE - New York Yankees manager Aaron Boone speaks during a news conference before the start of spring training baseball in Tampa, Fla., in this Wednesday, Feb. 12, 2020, file photo. The New York Yankees announced Wednesday, March 3, 2021, that manager Aaron Boone is taking an immediate medical leave of absence to receive a pacemaker. (AP Photo/Frank Franklin II, File)

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In this Feb. 24, 2021, photo, Carlos Mendoza of the New York Yankees poses for a photo in Florida. Yankees manager Aaron Boone took a leave of absence from the team to get a pacemaker and intends to return to work in a few days. Bench coach Mendoza took over as acting manager for Wednesday night's exhibition against Toronto in Tampa, Fla. The 41-year-old was a minor leaguer mostly with San Francisco and the Yankees from 1997-09 and is starting his 13th season working for the Yankees. (Mike Carlson/MLB Photos via AP, File)

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Pine Bluff senior forward Eric Adams (1) cuts down a piece of the net after the Zebras defeated the Texarkana Razorbacks 67-55 in McFadden Gymnasium on Wednesday night in the Zebras’ regular-season finale. The Zebras were celebrating the 5A-South Conference championship, which they clinched a few games earlier. (Pine Bluff Commercial/I.C. Murrell)

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Villanova forward Jermaine Samuels (23) keeps the ball away from Creighton forward Christian Bishop (13) during the second half of an NCAA college basketball game Wednesday, March 3, 2021, in Villanova, Pa. (AP Photo/Laurence Kesterson)

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Villanova forward Jermaine Samuels (23) goes to the basket past Creighton forward Damien Jefferson (23) during the second half of an NCAA college basketball game, Wednesday, March 3, 2021, in Villanova, Pa. (AP Photo/Laurence Kesterson)

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FILE - In this July 2, 2018, file photo, traffic moves on the old Gerald Desmond Bridge next to its replacement bridge under construction in Long Beach, Calif. President Donald Trump pronounced himself eager to work with Congress on a plan to rebuild America’s crumbling roads and bridges, but offered no specifics during his State of the Union speech on what kind of deal he would back. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong, File)

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Relatives carry the body of one of three women working for a local radio and TV station who were killed on Tuesday in attacks claimed by the Islamic State group, during her funeral ceremony in Jalalabad, east of Kabul, Afghanistan, Wednesday, March 3, 2021. The coordinated killings were the latest in a bloody campaign against journalists where in just the last six months, 15 journalists have been killed in a series of targeted killings. (AP Photo)

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FILE - In this Sunday, Jan. 17, 2021, file photo, Cleveland Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield warms up before an NFL divisional round football game against the Kansas City Chiefs in Kansas City. Baker Mayfield has changed Cleveland. Coming off a solid third season and playoff appearance, Mayfield has brought much-needed comfort to the Browns, who entered 2020 still unsure if the No. 1 draft pick in was the answer but now feel confident they've got their guy. At last. (AP Photo/Jeff Roberson, File)

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In this photo provided by the New York Stock Exchange, a trader works on the floor on Wednesday, March 3, 2021. Stocks were mostly lower in afternoon trading as another tick up in bond yields gave investors pause. (Courtney Crow/New York Stock Exchange via AP)

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In this photo provided by the New York Stock Exchange, specialist Dilip Patel works on the floor, Wednesday, March 3, 2021, in New York. Stocks were mostly lower in afternoon trading as another tick up in bond yields gave investors pause. (Courtney Crow/New York Stock Exchange via AP)

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FILE - Then-Chicago Cubs starting pitcher Jon Lester delivers during the first inning of a baseball game against the Pittsburgh Pirates in Pittsburgh, in this Monday, Sept. 21, 2020, file photo. Washington Nationals left-hander Jon Lester will have surgery to have a thyroid gland removed, manager Dave Martinez said Wednesday, March 3, 2021. Lester will leave spring training in West Palm Beach, Florida, and fly to New York for the procedure.(AP Photo/Gene J. Puskar, File)

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FILE - This is a Friday, Feb. 26, 2021, photo showing Jon Lester of the Washington Nationals baseball team. Washington Nationals left-hander Jon Lester will have surgery to have a thyroid gland removed, manager Dave Martinez said Wednesday, March 3, 2021. Lester will leave spring training in West Palm Beach, Florida, and fly to New York for the procedure. (Mary DeCicco/MLB Photos via AP, Pool)

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Tatyana Barbee (5) and DaNasia Massey (15) of Watson Chapel will tip off today's action in the 4A South Region tournament facing Arkadelphia in Star City. (Pine Bluff Commercial/I.C. Murrell)

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This screen grab from the website shows the main web page for the HealthCare.gov. More than 200,000 people signed up for coverage in the first two weeks after President Joe Biden re-opened HealthCare.gov as part of his coronavirus response, the government said Wednesday. (Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services via AP, File)

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FILE - This Aug. 2, 2005 file photo shows the Venetian Hotel and Casino on the Las Vegas Strip. Las Vegas Sands is selling the real estate and operations of its Venetian casino resort and Sands Expo and Convention Center to VICI Properties and Apollo Global Management in a deal worth $6.25 billion. (AP Photo/Joe Cavaretta, File)

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In this image taken from video from the Office of the N.Y. Governor, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo speaks during a news conference, Wednesday, March 3, 2021, in Albany, N.Y. (Office of the NY Governor via AP)

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In this image taken from video from the Office of the NY Governor, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo speaks during a news conference, Wednesday, March 3, 2021, in Albany, N.Y. (Office of the NY Governor via AP)

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In this image taken from video from the Office of the N.Y. Governor, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo speaks during a news conference, Wednesday, March 3, 2021, in Albany, N.Y. Besieged by sexual harassment allegations, a somber Cuomo apologized Wednesday, saying he "learned an important lesson" about his own behavior around women, but he said he intended to remain in office. (Office of the NY Governor via AP)

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Construction continues on the Arkansas Museum of Fine Arts, formerly known as the Arkansas Arts Center, on Wednesday, March 3, 2021 in Little Rock. (Arkansas Democrat-Gazette/Staci Vandagriff)

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Sen. Jason Rapert (left), R-Conway, talks with Gov. Asa Hutchinson after passage of SB-6, a bill to abolish abortion in Arkansas, during the House session on Wednesday, March 3, 2021, at the state Capitol in Little Rock. More photos at www.arkansasonline.com/34bill/ (Arkansas Democrat-Gazette/Thomas Metthe)

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FILE - In this Jan. 14, 2021, file photo, a pickup traverses the Franklin Street bridge in Michigan City, Ind. The historic structure, which was built in the 1930s, will be closed again for repairs in a few weeks and La Porte County officials have begun discussion of its replacement. America’s infrastructure has scored near-failing grades for its deteriorating roads, public transit and storm water systems due to years of inaction from the federal government. (Matt Fritz/The News Dispatch via AP)

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FILE - In this Friday, Feb. 5, 2021 file photo, Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg speaks at Union Station in Washington. Airline officials are talking to the Biden administration about support for incentives to use cleaner fuels for airplanes. Leaders of several of the largest U.S. passenger and cargo airlines held an online meeting Friday, Feb. 26, 2021 with White House climate adviser Gina McCarthy and Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg.(AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster, File)

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Watson Chapel Junior High School (Pine Bluff Commercial/I.C. Murrell)

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People gather at the main square after an earthquake in Larissa city, central Greece, Wednesday, March 3, 2021. The earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of over 6.0 has struck central Greece and was felt as far away as the capitals of neighboring Albania, North Macedonia, Kosovo and Montenegro. (AP Photo/Vaggelis Kousioras)

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Workers collect debris beside a vehicle after a rollover accident involving golfer Tiger Woods Tuesday, Feb. 23, 2021, in Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif., a suburb of Los Angeles. Woods suffered leg injuries in the one-car accident and was undergoing surgery, authorities and his manager said. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez)

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A crane is used to lift a vehicle following a rollover accident involving golfer Tiger Woods, Tuesday, Feb. 23, 2021, in Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif., a suburb of Los Angeles. Woods suffered leg injuries in the one-car accident and was undergoing surgery, authorities and his manager said. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)

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A vehicle rests on its side after a rollover accident involving golfer Tiger Woods Tuesday, Feb. 23, 2021, in Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif., a suburb of Los Angeles. Woods suffered leg injuries in the one-car accident and was undergoing surgery, authorities and his manager said. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)

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FILE - In this Feb. 23, 2021, file photo, a crane is used to lift a vehicle following a rollover accident involving golfer Tiger Woods, in the Rancho Palos Verdes suburb of Los Angeles. Detectives are looking at data from the so-called "black box" of Tiger Woods' SUV to get a clearer picture of what occurred during the Southern California rollover crash last week that seriously injured the golf star, authorities said Wednesday, March 3. (AP Photo/Ringo H.W. Chiu, File)

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FILE - In this Feb. 23, 2021, file photo, a vehicle rests on its side after a rollover accident involving golfer Tiger Woods in the Rancho Palos Verdes suburb of Los Angeles. Detectives are looking at data from the so-called "black box" of Tiger Woods' SUV to get a clearer picture of what occurred during the Southern California rollover crash last week that seriously injured the golf star, authorities said Wednesday, March 3. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez, File)

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Gov. Asa Hutchinson speaks about his plan to sign the "Stand Your Ground" bill into law, while also expressing his support for hate crime legislation during a press conference on Wednesday, March 3, 2021, at the state Capitol in Little Rock. (Arkansas Democrat-Gazette/Thomas Metthe)

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Sen. Jason Rapert, R-Conway, speaks with Rep. Mary Bentley, R-Perryville, before Bentley presented SB-6, a bill to abolish abortion in Arkansas, during the House session on Wednesday, March 3, 2021, at the state Capitol in Little Rock. More photos at www.arkansasonline.com/34bill/ (Arkansas Democrat-Gazette/Thomas Metthe)

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Bluesman Jimmy "Duck" Holmes speaks of the area musicians he learned the style of the Bentonia Blues from at the Blue Front Cafe in Bentonia, Miss., Jan. 21, 2021. Holmes' ninth album, "Cypress Grove," has earned a Grammy nomination for the Best Traditional Blues Album. (AP Photo/Rogelio V. Solis)

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Bluesman Jimmy "Duck" Holmes plays a quick ditty at the Blue Front Cafe in Bentonia, Miss., Jan. 21, 2021. Holmes' ninth album, "Cypress Grove," has earned a Grammy nomination for the Best Traditional Blues Album. (AP Photo/Rogelio V. Solis)

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Resting his hand against the head of his acoustic guitar, blues performer Jimmy "Duck" Holmes' fingertips show the wear after years of performing without a pic at the Blue Front Cafe in Bentonia, Miss., Jan. 21, 2021. Holmes' ninth album, "Cypress Grove," has earned a Grammy nomination for the Best Traditional Blues Album. (AP Photo/Rogelio V. Solis)

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Blues performer Jimmy "Duck" Holmes plays a quick ditty at the Blue Front Cafe in Bentonia, Miss., Jan. 21, 2021. Holmes' ninth album, "Cypress Grove," has earned a Grammy nomination for the Best Traditional Blues Album. (AP Photo/Rogelio V. Solis)

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A customer walks out of the Blue Front Cafe in Bentonia, Miss., while a YouTube video of owner and bluesman Jimmy "Duck" Holmes plays on the television set, Jan. 21, 2021. The cafe is among the oldest surviving juke joints in the state, having been founded by Holmes parents. (AP Photo/Rogelio V. Solis)

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The Blue Front Cafe in Bentonia, Miss., photographed, Jan. 21, 2021, is one of oldest surviving juke joints in the state, and owned by bluesman Jimmy "Duck" Holmes, whose ninth album, "Cypress Grove," has earned a Grammy nomination for the Best Traditional Blues Album. (AP Photo/Rogelio V. Solis)

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Bluesman Jimmy "Duck" Holmes gestures as he speaks of the area musicians he learned the style of the Bentonia Blues from at his Blue Front Cafe in Bentonia, Miss., Jan. 21, 2021. Holmes' ninth album, "Cypress Grove," has earned a Grammy nomination for the Best Traditional Blues Album. (AP Photo/Rogelio V. Solis)

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Bluesman Jimmy "Duck" Holmes says he can play the Bentonia style of blues on any type of guitar, but prefers using an acoustic model such as this one at his Blue Front Cafe in Bentonia, Miss., Jan. 21, 2021. Holmes' ninth album, "Cypress Grove," has earned a Grammy nomination for the Best Traditional Blues Album. (AP Photo/Rogelio V. Solis)

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An album cover featuring the portrait of blues performer Jimmy "Duck" Holmes peers behind the bluesman as he talks of the area musicians from whom he learned the style of the Bentonia Blues, during an interview at the Blue Front Cafe in Bentonia, Miss., Jan. 21, 2021. Holmes' ninth album, "Cypress Grove," has earned a Grammy nomination for the Best Traditional Blues Album. (AP Photo/Rogelio V. Solis)

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Portraits of Henry Stuckey, the originator of the Bentonia blues, second from right, and area resident and bluesman Jack Owens, hang high on the wall at the Blue Front Cafe in Bentonia, Miss., Jan. 21, 2021. Blues performer Jimmy "Duck" Holmes credits both Stuckey and Owens for having influenced his adoption of the Bentonia style of blues playing. Holmes' ninth album, "Cypress Grove," has earned a Grammy nomination for the Best Traditional Blues Album. (AP Photo/Rogelio V. Solis)

Published on March 4, 2021

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Published on March 4, 2021

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Work continues Thursday, March 4, 2021, on the construction of Dr. Jim D. Rollins Elementary School of Innovation located at the intersection of East Fletcher Avenue and South Barrington Road in Tontitown.

Published on March 4, 2021

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Work continues Thursday, March 4, 2021, on the construction of Dr. Jim D. Rollins Elementary School of Innovation located at the intersection of East Fletcher Avenue and South Barrington Road in Tontitown.

Published on March 4, 2021