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Residents return to flood-wracked homes in part of Arkansas

By Kenneth Heard

This article was published May 9, 2017 at 4:30 a.m.

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Butch Rice pilots a boat Monday past a home in the Spring Lake area of Des Arc, where the water level has risen to nearly 35 feet, 4 feet lower than the record mark of 39.4 feet set in 2011. More photos are available online at arkansasonline.com/galleries.

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Map showing the location of Augusta, Georgetown, Des Arc, and Clarendon.

POCAHONTAS -- Denny Riney stood next to a pile of waterlogged debris at his Douglas Street home in east Pocahontas on Monday and considered moving.

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Map showing the location of Augusta, Georgetown, Des Arc, and Clarendon.

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