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Arkansas highway officials say roads slick in west

At mid-afternoon Wednesday, many major roads from DeQueen and Nashville north to Fayetteville and Harrison had ice patches and slush.

The Associated Press

1/8/2014

OZARK, Ark. — Arkansas highway officials say ice and slush have accumulated on roadways in the western half of the state.

At mid-afternoon Wednesday, many major roads from DeQueen and Nashville north to Fayetteville and Harrison had ice patches and slush.

In the Harrison area, some roads were covered with snow. Icy roads were reported around Ozark and Fort Smith, and along the Pig Trail north of Ozark.

Ice patches were also reported between Sheridan and Fordyce along U.S. 167 and on U.S 270 from east of Malvern to Pine Bluff.

The state Highway and Transportation Department reports road conditions at www.arkansashighways.com

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