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Hutchinson, Ross face off in first televised debate

LITTLE ROCK — A debate between the major-party candidates for governor at times grew heated Friday, with Republican Asa Hutchinson telling Democrat Mike Ross he was being too sensitive and Ross asking if Hutchinson needed him to talk more slowly.

Sports

Marshall Shows Big-Play Capability in Win

FAYETTEVILLE — Korliss Marshall wasn’t necessarily on Bret Bielema’s bad side entering Saturday’s game against Northern Illinois. He had, however, found himself starting to slip farther down the coach’s list of options.

Notes: Flowers, Defense Enjoy Strong Night

FAYETTEVILLE — Arkansas pass defense turned in an impressive performance in defending Texas Tech’s Air Raid offense last Saturday, breaking up 11 passes and intercepting two more in the road win.

Opinion

Editorial: Memories of 9/11 are always near

Fifty years ago, people talked about the amazing beauty of the mushroom clouds that developed after atomic bombs were detonated in tests. The brilliance, the wide spectrum of color visible, the graceful development of the cloud itself: It was a terrible beauty to be sure, but a beautiful sight just the same, and one seared into the memory of all who saw it.

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