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Westside Eagle Observer/MIKE ECKELS As a city of Decatur backhoe is readied to leave the area, Joel McMillan keeps a watchful eye on passing traffic on Arkansas 59 on June 16. After nearly a week of searching, locating and repairing a broken 3-inch water line, water department crews finally refill the hole with a layer of concrete (above) and eventually asphalt to complete this project.

Westside Eagle Observer/MIKE ECKELS As a city of Decatur backhoe is readied to leave the area, Joel McMillan keeps a watchful eye on passing traffic on Arkansas 59 on June 16. After nearly a week of searching, locating and repairing a broken 3-inch water line, water department crews finally refill the hole with a layer of concrete (above) and eventually asphalt to complete this project.

Westside Eagle Observer/MIKE ECKELS

As a city of Decatur backhoe is readied to leave the area, Joel McMillan keeps a watchful eye on passing traffic on Arkansas 59 on June 16. After nearly a week of searching, locating and repairing a broken 3-inch water line, water department crews finally refilled the hole with a layer of concrete (above) and eventually asphalt to complete this project.

MIKE ECKELS

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