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A sign stands March 17, 2020, to mark the entrance of a screening clinic operated by Washington Regional Medical Center at 3318 N. Northhills Blvd. in Fayetteville. The city's Board of Health on Wednesday heard from a physician at the covid-19 unit of the hospital on his experience with patients who said they had taken Ivermectin. (File photo/NWA Democrat-Gazette/Andy Shupe)

Published on September 2, 2021

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Kamron Cruce, 11, kisses his Flemish Giant as he prepares to show her during the Arkansas State Fair Spring Show at the State Fairgrounds on Saturday, May 1, 2021. 4-H students spent the past three days showing cattle, goats, rabbits, and poultry they have raised during the competition. See more photos at arkansasonline.com/52spring/ (Arkansas Democrat-Gazette/Stephen Swofford)

Published on May 2, 2021

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The radio in Alton Lucas' pickup is set to his favorite religious station as he does errands around Raleigh, N.C., on Friday, June 18, 2021. Lucas said he still wonders what would happen for him and his family if he no longer carried the weight of a drug-related conviction on his record. “So occasionally, I would go apply for a job just to make them do the background check. I'm making them come back and tell me what they found. And I want to see how they are going to respond to me. ... It’s almost like a life sentence." (AP Photo/Allen G. Breed)

Published on July 25, 2021

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“I work in a lot of mediums, often working side by side with other mediums,” says artist Jonathan Perrodin. “I did a lot of paper collage and watercolor in 2020, usually when I needed a break from more laborious work in metal and wood. I also work with found objects, mostly collected on my daily walks through downtown Springdale. The medium of the built landscape and how it interacts with the natural world has been a question I’ve been exploring for some time. Often they are seen as at odds with each other, but I see the potential for a balance, a harmony to develop.” (Courtesy Photo/Jonathan Perrodin)

Published on June 13, 2021

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A collapsed historical building is seen on S. Rampart St. in New Orleans, La., early Monday, Aug. 30, 2021. .Hurricane Ida became a tropical storm as its top winds slowed over Mississippi on Monday, while across southeast Louisiana residents waited for daylight to be rescued from floodwaters and see how much damage was caused by one of the most powerful hurricanes ever to strike the U.S. mainland. All of New Orleans lost power right around sunset Sunday, leading to an uneasy night of pouring rain and howling winds. (Max Becherer/The Advocate via AP)

Published on August 30, 2021

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Ginnie Beasley prunes a tomato plants hanging from a growth teepee, Thursday, August 12, 2021 at the Brightwater garden in Bentonville. The teepee provides a space saving and aesthetically interesting growth method using natural materials as opposed to traditional tomato cages. Beasley manages all of the plants at the Brightwater greenhouse and garden and teaches the applied farming class, a class focused on teaching chefs horticulture skills. She said horticulture skills gives chefs and aspiring restaurant owners a deeper understanding and appreciation for how their food is sourced, its ecological impact and the seasonality and locality of produce. "They're really trying to understand the overall food system and how it works because otherwise there's a lot of disconnect," she said. "If you want to get your local Kale, you're not going to get it in the heat of summer. Not all plants can even be grown in all places." She recently completed a 5-week summer horticulture course and will start an 8-week course for the fall semester. Check out nwaonline.com/210813Daily/ for today's photo gallery. (NWA Democrat-Gazette/Charlie Kaijo)

Published on August 13, 2021

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A collapsed historical building is seen on S. Rampart St. in New Orleans, La., early Monday, Aug. 30, 2021. Hurricane Ida became a tropical storm as its top winds slowed over Mississippi on Monday, while across southeast Louisiana residents waited for daylight to be rescued from floodwaters and see how much damage was caused by one of the most powerful hurricanes ever to strike the U.S. mainland. All of New Orleans lost power right around sunset Sunday, leading to an uneasy night of pouring rain and howling winds. (Max Becherer/The Advocate via AP)

Published on August 30, 2021

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Ginney Beasley, an applied farming and greenhouse manager, checks on a tomato plant, Monday inside the Brightwater greenhouse in Bentonville. Beasley, who also teaches applied farming at the culinary school, resurrected the greenhouse in January installing a new hydroponic system. Students visit the greenhouse to learn how their ingredients are grown and can harvest the vegetables there for their dishes. Check out nwaonline.com/210525Daily/ for today's photo gallery. (NWA Democrat-Gazette/Charlie Kaijo)

Published on May 25, 2021

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Ginney Beasley, an applied farming and greenhouse manager, checks on vegetables she's grown, Monday inside the Brightwater greenhouse in Bentonville. Beasley, who also teaches applied farming at the culinary school, resurrected the greenhouse in January installing a new hydroponic system. Students visit the greenhouse to learn how their ingredients are grown and can harvest the vegetables there for their dishes. Check out nwaonline.com/210525Daily/ for today's photo gallery. (NWA Democrat-Gazette/Charlie Kaijo)

Published on May 25, 2021

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Ginney Beasley, an applied farming and greenhouse manager, checks on a tomato plant, Monda inside the Brightwater greenhouse in Bentonville. Beasley, who also teaches applied farming at the culinary school, resurrected the greenhouse in January installing a new hydroponic system. Students visit the greenhouse to learn how their ingredients are grown and can harvest the vegetables there for their dishes. Check out nwaonline.com/210525Daily/ for today's photo gallery. (NWA Democrat-Gazette/Charlie Kaijo)

Published on May 25, 2021

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