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Five counties get disaster label

Gov. Asa Hutchinson declared state disaster areas in five counties Friday because of flooding, including Faulkner County, after he flew over the swollen Arkansas River between Morrilton and Toad Suck. Hutchinson was forced to cancel an earlier flight Friday over the ris...

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Five counties get disaster label

Gov. Asa Hutchinson declared state disaster areas in five counties Friday because of flooding, including Faulkner County, after he flew over the swollen Arkansas River between Morrilton and Toad Suck.

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