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NPCC Student Pottery Sale

NPCC Student Pottery Sale

National Park Community College handmade student pottery sale will be today, Wednesday, November 19th till 3:00 p.m. in the Gerald Fisher Campus Center (1st floor). Each year these…

NPMC Breaks Ground For New Expansion

NPMC Breaks Ground For New Expansion

National Park Medical Center held a groundbreaking ceremony on Tuesday for a new 67,000 sq foot stand alone expansion that will house the new Emergency Services Center and…

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Phony Gun Leads to Trouble

Phony Gun Leads to Trouble

On 11/19/14 Officer was told by a community service worker that as he was walking…

How Medical Care is Being Corrupted

How Medical Care is Being Corrupted

WHEN we are patients, we want our doctors to make recommendations that are in our…

Harassing Communications on Owl Creek Rd.

Harassing Communications on Owl Creek Rd.

On 1 1/17/14 Deputy Delahunt took two reports by two complainants, both living in separate…

Breaking and Entry on Hwy. 290

Breaking and Entry on Hwy. 290

On 11/16/14 Deputy Shaffer reported complainant had returned from hunting camp to find his shed…

Hot Springs Woman Convicted of Child Porn and Bestiality

Hot Springs Woman Convicted of Child Porn and Bestiality

A Hot Springs woman arrested last year by agents from the Attorney General’s Office pleaded…

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7 Year Old Threatened Teachers

On 11/7/14 Deputy Stone was called by a teacher at Lake Hamilton Primary School stating a 7 year old male fought…

Lake Hamilton School District

Lake Hamilton School District

LHSD Board Meeting Monday, November 17, 7pm – 8pm…

Cutter Morning Star

Cutter Morning Star

Board Meeting November 13th, 2014 5:30 PM Annual Public Report  6:00 PM…

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  • No. 24 @RazorbackBSB Rolls Past No. 17 UNLV April 9, 2014
    The No. 24 Arkansas baseball team (21-13) raced out to an early lead Wednesday evening and picked up a 9-2 victory over No. 17 UNLV (23-10) at Baum Stadium.
  • Mid-South Regional Golden Gloves April 8, 2014
  • @RazorbackBSB Alters Series with No. 1 South Carolina April 3, 2014
    Due to the threat of inclement weather, Arkansas baseball's series opener with No. 1 South Carolina Thursday evening has been postponed and the two teams will play a doubleheader Friday and the series finale Saturday at Baum Stadium.
  • UCA STATEMENT ON BASEBALL INCIDENT April 3, 2014
    STATEMENT FROM UCA DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS DR. BRAD TEAGUE "The University of Central Arkansas athletics department regrets the incident that occurred during Wednesday night's baseball game between the Bears and the University of Arkansas at Little Rock Trojans at Bear Stadium. We realize there is no place in collegiate athletics for such an incident.

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  • No. 24 @RazorbackBSB Rolls Past No. 17 UNLV April 9, 2014
    The No. 24 Arkansas baseball team (21-13) raced out to an early lead Wednesday evening and picked up a 9-2 victory over No. 17 UNLV (23-10) at Baum Stadium.
  • @RazorbackBSB Alters Series with No. 1 South Carolina April 3, 2014
    Due to the threat of inclement weather, Arkansas baseball's series opener with No. 1 South Carolina Thursday evening has been postponed and the two teams will play a doubleheader Friday and the series finale Saturday at Baum Stadium.
  • @RazorbackMBB Trio Set For Inaugural Arkansas All-Star Game April 3, 2014
    The University of Arkansas men's basketball program will be well represented in the inaugural Arkansas Men's College Basketball All-Star game this Saturday, April 5, at Summit Arena in Hot Springs, Ark. Senior guards Rickey Scott Jr., and Mardracus Wade along with senior forward Coty Clarke have accepted invitations to compete in the men's college All-Star […]

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Check Out All The Holiday Happenings In Hot Springs

1.  Garvan Woodland Gardens  flipped the switch and turned on over 4 million bulbs to light up the 15 acre Holiday Light extravaganza on November 23. The light…

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