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    Spring River flooding Sunday displaced William Stanley and his extended family from their trailer homes in Kendricktown, an unincorporated community in Jasper County just north of Carthage. By Tuesday, Dec. 29, 2015, the water had receded enough for family members to come back to look at their homes. By Jill Toyoshiba.

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