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February 20, 2018
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Analysis: Hutchinson's tax cut pitch a campaign preview

LITTLE ROCK (AP) — It was billed as a State of the State address, but Gov. Asa Hutchinson's speech to lawmakers last week felt more like a kick-off for his re-election bid and a preview of the Republican's legislative agenda for a hoped-for second term.

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Collision

Collision: El Dorado Police Officers manage traffic at the intersection of Wal-Mart Drive and North West Avenue after a car and an SUV collided Sunday. Sims Wrecker Service carried away the SUV after it was rendered undrivable. No injuries were reported.

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Listening

Listening: Audience members listen during the African-American Family and Friends Day at South Arkansas Community College Saturday. Right, Dr. Charles E. Williams, outreach coordinator for the office of the governor, delivers a personal message from Gov. Asa Hutchinson during the event. Below right, South Arkansas Community College math instructor Vernita Morgan reads a letter of acknowledgment from U.S. Sen. John Boozman, R-Arkansas.

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Figures

Figures: Gregory Crew of SouthArk Community College discusses historical figures within black history, below, El Dorado Mayor Frank Hash speaks during the South Arkansas Community College annual African-American Family and Friends Day Saturday.

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African-American Family and Friends Day

Trivia: Gregory Crew, center, portrays a game show host to contestants Xania Phillips, left, and Veronica Creer, right, as they answer black history questions. The event was one of many held during the black history program for the South Arkansas Community College annual African-American Family and Friends Day Saturday. Dr. Charles E. Williams, outreach coordinator for the office of the governor, delivered a personal message from Gov. Asa Hutchinson. SouthArk math instructor Vernita Morgan read a letter of acknowledgment from the Office of U.S. Sen. John Boozman, R-Arkansas and El Dorado Mayor Frank Hash issued a proclamation officiating the day for the city. The event included several opportunities to learn about African-American history, culture and achievements.

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