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Players From Hot Springs Compete in Midwest City, OK Pool Tournament

Players From Hot Springs Compete in Midwest City, OK Pool Tournament

Competition for the American Poolplayers Association’s (APA) 2015 9-Ball Shootout  and 8-Ball Classic begins with regional competition being held this year at Jamaica Joe’s in Midwest City, OK on October 3rd & 4th, 2014. Four players…

Arkansas Coalition Against Domestic Violence Taking part in “Purple Purse” Campaign

Arkansas Coalition Against Domestic Violence Taking part in “Purple Purse” Campaign

The Arkansas Coalition Against Domestic Violence (ACADV) is very excited to be a part of the Allstate “Purple Purse” Campaign! We are only 1 of 200 agencies selected to participate.…

Ozark-St. Francis National Forests employee receives 2014 Outstanding Forestry Educator award

Ozark-St. Francis National Forests employee receives 2014 Outstanding Forestry Educator award

An Ozark-St. Francis National Forests employee was recognized for her work in education and outreach to the public at the Arkansas Forestry Association’s 2014 Annual Membership meeting held at the…

Lake Catherine Hosts Dutch oven Workshop Oct. 11

Lake Catherine Hosts Dutch oven Workshop Oct. 11

Eat, laugh and learn at Lake Catherine State Park Outdoor cooking is a tradition in Arkansas.  Why not consider joining a Dutch oven workshop at a beautiful state park? A…

Picnic in the Park is Oct. 17 at Lake Catherine State Park

Picnic in the Park is Oct. 17 at Lake Catherine State Park

Lake Catherine State Park invites you to plan a picnic in the park. Enjoy the cool weather, the changing of the leaves, healthy food, and healthy living. Picnic in the…

Don’t Forget The Hot Water Hills Music and Arts Festival is Oct. 3

Don’t Forget The Hot Water Hills Music and Arts Festival is Oct. 3

The Hot Water Hills Music & Arts Festival is an event, which has come to be known as a quirky mix of music, art, food, drink, contests and kids activities,…

Diamond Squares Western Dance Club to hold Open House Dances

Diamond Squares Western Dance Club to hold Open House Dances

The Diamond Squares Western Square Dance club will hold open-house dances from 6:30-9:00PM Monday and Oct. 6 at Lake Hamilton Church, 2891 Airport Road. Open house dances are free and…

Author to Discuss Book at Garland County Library

Author to Discuss Book at Garland County Library

Join author, film-maker and former actress Beth Brickell as she discusses her book The Disappearance of Maud Crawford at 2:00PM Sunday at the Garland County Library. There will be a…

Bryant Fall Fest is Saturday

Bryant Fall Fest is Saturday

The public is invited to Bryant Fall Fest at 10:00AM at Bishop Park. The event is Saturday. For more details, call 501.847.4702…

Job Fair Saturday at the Garland County Library

Job Fair Saturday at the Garland County Library

The Garland County Library will host a job fair from 1-3PM in Gordonelle Williams Hall. The event will be held on Saturday. The job fair is free and open to…

National Drug Take Back is Sept. 27

National Drug Take Back is Sept. 27

Law enforcement agencies across the state will be collecting old or expired prescription drugs this Saturday as part of the 9th National Drug Take Back Event. The Take Back programs…

Baggo Challenge and Taste of Hot Springs September 27th at LakePointe Church

Baggo Challenge and Taste of Hot Springs  September 27th at LakePointe Church

Show off your bean bag-tossing skills and enjoy a taste of foods from local restaurants! LakePointe Church, 1343 Albert Pike Road, invites everyone to take part in the Official Baggo…

Benefit Concert Planned for First Christian Church on Oct. 24

Benefit Concert Planned for First Christian Church on Oct. 24

 Amy Allen, will be giving a benefit concert for Global Village Education Foundation.  The event will be held on October 24 at the First Christian Church, 1806 Central Avenue in…

NPCC Communication Arts will Host the Renowned Tadashi Kondo, Japanese Haiku and Renku Poet

NPCC Communication Arts will Host the Renowned Tadashi Kondo, Japanese Haiku and Renku Poet

Internationally known renku master, Shokan Tadashi Kondo, will give “A Brief History of Haiku and Renku” including  the ecological topics in renku,  October 29, 2014, from 12:00 to 1:00 p.m.…

Urban Forestry Personnel Award Shade Trees to Nine Arkansas Elementary Schools through Shade Trees on Playgrounds (S.T.O.P.) Program

Urban Forestry Personnel Award Shade Trees to Nine Arkansas Elementary Schools through Shade Trees on Playgrounds (S.T.O.P.) Program

Nine Arkansas elementary schools will each receive five shade trees, mulch, watering supplies, and planting guidelines through the Arkansas Forestry Commission (AFC) Shade Trees on Playgrounds (S.T.O.P.) program. School representatives…

Shop Out Hunger October 4th at LakePointe Church

Shop Out Hunger  October 4th at LakePointe Church

LakePointe Church, 1343 Albert Pike Road, invites anyone looking for unique items for gifts, décor, or just because, to join us at Shop Out Hunger, a unique shopping marketplace, on…

HSPD Fights Crime with National Night Out on Oct. 7

HSPD Fights Crime with National Night Out on Oct. 7

Again, it is an anticrime effort within our City’s neighborhoods to get out and meet one another.  On the night of October 7th, 7ap-10pm, we ask our community to leave…

U. S. Census Bureau: Poverty Rate Declines in United States

U. S. Census Bureau:  Poverty Rate Declines in United States

 The poverty rate in the United States has dropped for the first time since 2006, bringing a bit of encouraging news about the nation’s economy as President Barack Obama and…

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