October 9, 2014
<p>ELESTER WILLIAMS IS among a crew working to get cotton harvested south of Marvell, Ark., in early October.</p>
Thick in harvest season, grain trucks are roaring around the Delta carrying the year’s ample bounty. There is a bit of extra urgency to get the yields into storage as heavy, grey clouds are quickly rolling in. A few fat raindrops occasionally splash in the thick dust. The weather radar promises a large rain in the next few hours.
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