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John and Sue Ann Calhoun relocate their pygmy goats from their flooded property outside of Des Arc, Ark., on Monday.

John and Sue Ann Calhoun relocate their pygmy goats from their flooded property outside of Des Arc, Ark., on Monday.

Mike Wintroath, Associated Press

John and Sue Ann Calhoun relocate their pygmy goats from their flooded property outside of Des Arc, Ark., on Monday. The White River flooded low-lying areas of Des Arc, a town of 1,900, on Monday and continued to rise, as other towns along the river were warned they could suffer their worst flooding in more than a quarter-century. The river, swollen by storms that devastated large parts of the Midwest, had risen about 7 feet in four days, with a crest of 33.5 feet expected today, according to the National Weather Service. Downtown Des Arc is on a rise and was not in immediate danger.