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 Timothy Landes eats a slice of watermelon as fast as he can in the Watermelon Eating Contest and the Watermelon Festival in Hope, Ark. on Saturday, August 13, 2016. Despite his voracious attack on his slice, Landes finished second the in the infant to seven-years-old section of the competition.

Timothy Landes eats a slice of watermelon as fast as he can in the Watermelon Eating Contest and the Watermelon Festival in Hope, Ark. on Saturday, August 13, 2016. Despite his voracious attack on his slice, Landes finished second the in the infant to seven-years-old section of the competition.

 Josh Adams with Signs and Sinkholes drops decorative wire mesh to Parks and Recreation workers bellow as he puts the finishing touches on a Christmas Tree in front of the Confederate Memorial near the post office on Tuesday, November 24, 2015. Adams and workers from the Parks and Recreation Department placed decorations up and down Stateline Avenue today.

Josh Adams with Signs and Sinkholes drops decorative wire mesh to Parks and Recreation workers bellow as he puts the finishing touches on a Christmas Tree in front of the Confederate Memorial near the post office on Tuesday, November 24, 2015. Adams and workers from the Parks and Recreation Department placed decorations up and down Stateline Avenue today.

 John Bookout posses for a portrait on Sunday, July 24, 2016. Bookout served in military hospitals in America after being drafted in World War II, and served in the Korean War from 1950 to 1951 as a Navy Hospital Corpsman assigned to the First Marine Division.

John Bookout posses for a portrait on Sunday, July 24, 2016. Bookout served in military hospitals in America after being drafted in World War II, and served in the Korean War from 1950 to 1951 as a Navy Hospital Corpsman assigned to the First Marine Division.

 Arkansas Congressman Bruce Westerman climbs out of an Oshkosh MRAP M-ATV and lets Texas Congressman John Ratcliffe see in the interior at the Red River Army Depot on Wednesday, April 6, 2016. This vehicle is one of the many kinds that are partially assembled and upgraded with armor at the Maneuver Systems Sustainment Center at the Red River Army Depot.

Arkansas Congressman Bruce Westerman climbs out of an Oshkosh MRAP M-ATV and lets Texas Congressman John Ratcliffe see in the interior at the Red River Army Depot on Wednesday, April 6, 2016. This vehicle is one of the many kinds that are partially assembled and upgraded with armor at the Maneuver Systems Sustainment Center at the Red River Army Depot.

 Zinse Agginie directs students at Washington Academy on the choreography for what he calls "drum ballet" on Friday, May 20, 2016. "Drumming brings out the best in everyone," Agginie says. Agginie teaches African drumming across Arkansas and was brought to Texarkana, Arkansas as part of Texarkana, Arkansas as part of the Texarkana Regional Arts and Humanities Council ArtsSmart program.

Zinse Agginie directs students at Washington Academy on the choreography for what he calls "drum ballet" on Friday, May 20, 2016. "Drumming brings out the best in everyone," Agginie says. Agginie teaches African drumming across Arkansas and was brought to Texarkana, Arkansas as part of Texarkana, Arkansas as part of the Texarkana Regional Arts and Humanities Council ArtsSmart program.

 Bethany Dowd, a senior at Texas High School, paints an aluminum school crest for Emma on Friday, January 19, 2016. Texas High School's musical production of Emma is a a modern iteration of Jane Austen's novel that takes place and a music prep school.

Bethany Dowd, a senior at Texas High School, paints an aluminum school crest for Emma on Friday, January 19, 2016. Texas High School's musical production of Emma is a a modern iteration of Jane Austen's novel that takes place and a music prep school.

 Mary Ratcliff turns away from her home at 212 Lane in Red Lick, Texas as it burns on Tuesday, May 17, 2016. Ratcliff is in the process of moving, and was hoping to have a garage sale soon for the rest of her belongings in the home.

Mary Ratcliff turns away from her home at 212 Lane in Red Lick, Texas as it burns on Tuesday, May 17, 2016. Ratcliff is in the process of moving, and was hoping to have a garage sale soon for the rest of her belongings in the home.

 Bill and Jacob Scarlock move wort, one of the building blocks of beer, from the mash to the kettle for boiling at Pecan Point Brewing on Wednesday, March 23, 2016. The father and son duo are brewing several types of beer, and each requires several days to brew.

Bill and Jacob Scarlock move wort, one of the building blocks of beer, from the mash to the kettle for boiling at Pecan Point Brewing on Wednesday, March 23, 2016. The father and son duo are brewing several types of beer, and each requires several days to brew.

 Reverend Canon Rick Ward-Harder of Hot Springs, Arkansas addreses the Texarkana Arkansas city council on Monday, March 21, 2016. "Bullying, blatant discrimination and bigotry based off religious beliefs is wrong and does not reflect the spirit of Christ," he says. "It is time to coexist and welcome everyone to the table for business purposes. A vote of non-support is a clear statement on your part that you believe that you believe it is acceptable to discriminate and you embrace bigotry."

Reverend Canon Rick Ward-Harder of Hot Springs, Arkansas addreses the Texarkana Arkansas city council on Monday, March 21, 2016. "Bullying, blatant discrimination and bigotry based off religious beliefs is wrong and does not reflect the spirit of Christ," he says. "It is time to coexist and welcome everyone to the table for business purposes. A vote of non-support is a clear statement on your part that you believe that you believe it is acceptable to discriminate and you embrace bigotry."

 Texarkana Arkansas Police Department Corporal Randy McAdams announces he and the Alpha Unit of the TAPD are working with local donors and the community to make a new basketball court on Monday, March 14, 2016. After playing a friendly game with kids with his partner Michael Bryan, he decided to investigate if it would be possible to make a safer place to play out of the street.

Texarkana Arkansas Police Department Corporal Randy McAdams announces he and the Alpha Unit of the TAPD are working with local donors and the community to make a new basketball court on Monday, March 14, 2016. After playing a friendly game with kids with his partner Michael Bryan, he decided to investigate if it would be possible to make a safer place to play out of the street.

 Peyton Shaw, 8, kneels as she turns at Skate America on Thursday, February 25, 2016. Shaw is a on of owner Bob Webb's grandchildren.

Peyton Shaw, 8, kneels as she turns at Skate America on Thursday, February 25, 2016. Shaw is a on of owner Bob Webb's grandchildren.

 Friends and family of Danny Taylor pray and mourn at the site where Taylor was killed last April by a motorist on Sunday, April 24, 2016. Members of First Biker Church lead the mourners in prayer for Taylor, his family and for the safety of all bikers.

Friends and family of Danny Taylor pray and mourn at the site where Taylor was killed last April by a motorist on Sunday, April 24, 2016. Members of First Biker Church lead the mourners in prayer for Taylor, his family and for the safety of all bikers.

 Joe Stewart, head mechanic at A-Z Tires & Auto Repair, sets the throttle on a replica of the General Lee from television show Dukes of Hazard on Thursday, April 28, 2016. The car was recently acquired by Stone Motors on New Boston Road and after a few minor repairs will be on sale.

Joe Stewart, head mechanic at A-Z Tires & Auto Repair, sets the throttle on a replica of the General Lee from television show Dukes of Hazard on Thursday, April 28, 2016. The car was recently acquired by Stone Motors on New Boston Road and after a few minor repairs will be on sale.

Timothy Landes eats a slice of watermelon as fast as he can in the Watermelon Eating Contest and the Watermelon Festival in Hope, Ark. on Saturday, August 13, 2016. Despite his voracious attack on his slice, Landes finished second the in the infant to seven-years-old section of the competition.

Josh Adams with Signs and Sinkholes drops decorative wire mesh to Parks and Recreation workers bellow as he puts the finishing touches on a Christmas Tree in front of the Confederate Memorial near the post office on Tuesday, November 24, 2015. Adams and workers from the Parks and Recreation Department placed decorations up and down Stateline Avenue today.

John Bookout posses for a portrait on Sunday, July 24, 2016. Bookout served in military hospitals in America after being drafted in World War II, and served in the Korean War from 1950 to 1951 as a Navy Hospital Corpsman assigned to the First Marine Division.

Arkansas Congressman Bruce Westerman climbs out of an Oshkosh MRAP M-ATV and lets Texas Congressman John Ratcliffe see in the interior at the Red River Army Depot on Wednesday, April 6, 2016. This vehicle is one of the many kinds that are partially assembled and upgraded with armor at the Maneuver Systems Sustainment Center at the Red River Army Depot.

Zinse Agginie directs students at Washington Academy on the choreography for what he calls "drum ballet" on Friday, May 20, 2016. "Drumming brings out the best in everyone," Agginie says. Agginie teaches African drumming across Arkansas and was brought to Texarkana, Arkansas as part of Texarkana, Arkansas as part of the Texarkana Regional Arts and Humanities Council ArtsSmart program.

Bethany Dowd, a senior at Texas High School, paints an aluminum school crest for Emma on Friday, January 19, 2016. Texas High School's musical production of Emma is a a modern iteration of Jane Austen's novel that takes place and a music prep school.

Mary Ratcliff turns away from her home at 212 Lane in Red Lick, Texas as it burns on Tuesday, May 17, 2016. Ratcliff is in the process of moving, and was hoping to have a garage sale soon for the rest of her belongings in the home.

Bill and Jacob Scarlock move wort, one of the building blocks of beer, from the mash to the kettle for boiling at Pecan Point Brewing on Wednesday, March 23, 2016. The father and son duo are brewing several types of beer, and each requires several days to brew.

Reverend Canon Rick Ward-Harder of Hot Springs, Arkansas addreses the Texarkana Arkansas city council on Monday, March 21, 2016. "Bullying, blatant discrimination and bigotry based off religious beliefs is wrong and does not reflect the spirit of Christ," he says. "It is time to coexist and welcome everyone to the table for business purposes. A vote of non-support is a clear statement on your part that you believe that you believe it is acceptable to discriminate and you embrace bigotry."

Texarkana Arkansas Police Department Corporal Randy McAdams announces he and the Alpha Unit of the TAPD are working with local donors and the community to make a new basketball court on Monday, March 14, 2016. After playing a friendly game with kids with his partner Michael Bryan, he decided to investigate if it would be possible to make a safer place to play out of the street.

Peyton Shaw, 8, kneels as she turns at Skate America on Thursday, February 25, 2016. Shaw is a on of owner Bob Webb's grandchildren.

Friends and family of Danny Taylor pray and mourn at the site where Taylor was killed last April by a motorist on Sunday, April 24, 2016. Members of First Biker Church lead the mourners in prayer for Taylor, his family and for the safety of all bikers.

Joe Stewart, head mechanic at A-Z Tires & Auto Repair, sets the throttle on a replica of the General Lee from television show Dukes of Hazard on Thursday, April 28, 2016. The car was recently acquired by Stone Motors on New Boston Road and after a few minor repairs will be on sale.

 Timothy Landes eats a slice of watermelon as fast as he can in the Watermelon Eating Contest and the Watermelon Festival in Hope, Ark. on Saturday, August 13, 2016. Despite his voracious attack on his slice, Landes finished second the in the infant to seven-years-old section of the competition.
 Josh Adams with Signs and Sinkholes drops decorative wire mesh to Parks and Recreation workers bellow as he puts the finishing touches on a Christmas Tree in front of the Confederate Memorial near the post office on Tuesday, November 24, 2015. Adams and workers from the Parks and Recreation Department placed decorations up and down Stateline Avenue today.
 John Bookout posses for a portrait on Sunday, July 24, 2016. Bookout served in military hospitals in America after being drafted in World War II, and served in the Korean War from 1950 to 1951 as a Navy Hospital Corpsman assigned to the First Marine Division.
 Arkansas Congressman Bruce Westerman climbs out of an Oshkosh MRAP M-ATV and lets Texas Congressman John Ratcliffe see in the interior at the Red River Army Depot on Wednesday, April 6, 2016. This vehicle is one of the many kinds that are partially assembled and upgraded with armor at the Maneuver Systems Sustainment Center at the Red River Army Depot.
 Zinse Agginie directs students at Washington Academy on the choreography for what he calls "drum ballet" on Friday, May 20, 2016. "Drumming brings out the best in everyone," Agginie says. Agginie teaches African drumming across Arkansas and was brought to Texarkana, Arkansas as part of Texarkana, Arkansas as part of the Texarkana Regional Arts and Humanities Council ArtsSmart program.
 Bethany Dowd, a senior at Texas High School, paints an aluminum school crest for Emma on Friday, January 19, 2016. Texas High School's musical production of Emma is a a modern iteration of Jane Austen's novel that takes place and a music prep school.
 Mary Ratcliff turns away from her home at 212 Lane in Red Lick, Texas as it burns on Tuesday, May 17, 2016. Ratcliff is in the process of moving, and was hoping to have a garage sale soon for the rest of her belongings in the home.
 Bill and Jacob Scarlock move wort, one of the building blocks of beer, from the mash to the kettle for boiling at Pecan Point Brewing on Wednesday, March 23, 2016. The father and son duo are brewing several types of beer, and each requires several days to brew.
 Reverend Canon Rick Ward-Harder of Hot Springs, Arkansas addreses the Texarkana Arkansas city council on Monday, March 21, 2016. "Bullying, blatant discrimination and bigotry based off religious beliefs is wrong and does not reflect the spirit of Christ," he says. "It is time to coexist and welcome everyone to the table for business purposes. A vote of non-support is a clear statement on your part that you believe that you believe it is acceptable to discriminate and you embrace bigotry."
 Texarkana Arkansas Police Department Corporal Randy McAdams announces he and the Alpha Unit of the TAPD are working with local donors and the community to make a new basketball court on Monday, March 14, 2016. After playing a friendly game with kids with his partner Michael Bryan, he decided to investigate if it would be possible to make a safer place to play out of the street.
 Peyton Shaw, 8, kneels as she turns at Skate America on Thursday, February 25, 2016. Shaw is a on of owner Bob Webb's grandchildren.
 Friends and family of Danny Taylor pray and mourn at the site where Taylor was killed last April by a motorist on Sunday, April 24, 2016. Members of First Biker Church lead the mourners in prayer for Taylor, his family and for the safety of all bikers.
 Joe Stewart, head mechanic at A-Z Tires & Auto Repair, sets the throttle on a replica of the General Lee from television show Dukes of Hazard on Thursday, April 28, 2016. The car was recently acquired by Stone Motors on New Boston Road and after a few minor repairs will be on sale.