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State sees dip in parched areas

Though dry conditions continue in portions of Arkansas, 17.34 percent of the state was in moderate drought Tuesday, a drop from 22.63 percent a week ago, according to a weekly report released Thursday by the Drought Mitigation Center at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. In the same report, 0.66 percent of the state — in Union County — remained in severe drought, the same as last week, and 48.72 percent of ...

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  • Headline: State sees dip in parched areas
  • Publication: Arkansas, Pages 9 on 10/25/2013
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