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story.lead_photo.caption Ron Moore, Arkansas Game and Fish Commission biologist (right), along with AGFC biologist John Stein, explains to Gentry Chamber of Commerce director Bev Saunders and city councilman Jason Barrett problem issues with two beaver ponds on city-owned property which would likely need to be resolved if the ponds are to be stocked and used for public fishing. - Photo by Randy Moll

Ponds at the proposed site of a new Gentry park may not be deep enough to sustain game fish, according to visiting biologists from the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission.

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News, Pages 1 on 01/19/2011

Print Headline: New city park called 'good idea' but ponds may not support fish

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