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Local Company Adds Employees

Local Company Adds Employees

Window Source, a part of the third largest window retailer in the nation, announced expansion of its local operation. With the help of the Hot Springs Metro Partnership, Window Source…

Henderson to celebrate homecoming Oct. 22-26

Henderson to celebrate homecoming Oct. 22-26

Henderson State University wants its alumni to “Come on Home” for an exciting week of homecoming activities beginning Oct. 22 when voting starts for the top 10 homecoming queen candidates.…

Kenworth Tractor Trailer Stolen From Daniel Air & Electric; GSCO Needs Your Help

Kenworth Tractor Trailer Stolen From Daniel Air & Electric; GSCO Needs Your Help

According to a report filed with GCSO, on October 15th the male complainant, 41, stated that an unknown suspect removed a Kenworth Tractor Trailer Truck from Daniel Air and Electric,…

Arkansas Secretary of Agriculture announces retirement

Arkansas Secretary of Agriculture announces retirement

The Arkansas Agriculture Department announces the retirement of Butch Calhoun as Arkansas’s Secretary of Agriculture, effective December 31, 2014. In his letter to Governor Beebe, Calhoun said “It has been…

Man Issued A Citation For Vicious Animal

Man Issued A Citation For Vicious Animal

According to a report filed with GCSO, on October 15th the female complainant, 33, of Umatillo Road in Royal, stated that the female victim, 11, of Old Bear Road, was…

Church Group Traveling to West Africa May Reconsider Trip

Church Group Traveling to West Africa May Reconsider Trip

People in one Central Arkansas community are upset over a church group planning a missionary trip to West Africa after the ebola scare. And now the man leading that African…

Todd’s Take on Local High School Sports

Todd’s Take on Local High School Sports

It seems like season just started but we’re mid-way into the conference schedules.  Several games tonight will have playoff implications as teams jock for position within their own conferences.  Matchups…

Pryor: Protecting U.S. Citizens from Ebola Requires Comprehensive Approach, Not Politics

Pryor: Protecting U.S. Citizens from Ebola Requires Comprehensive Approach, Not Politics

Arkansans have every right to be alarmed by the Ebola epidemic given the multiple failures we’ve seen unfold. We need to work together as a country to protect the spread…

Ebola Travel ban Rejected by White House

Ebola Travel ban Rejected by White House

Warning that Americans are losing faith in their government’s ability to stop Ebola, Republican lawmakers on Thursday pressed for a ban on travel to the U.S. from the West African…

Fountain Lake Cancels Jr. Football Game vs Clinton Because of Ebola Scare

Fountain Lake Cancels Jr. Football Game vs Clinton Because of Ebola Scare

Fountain Lake Athletic Director Marc Davis says the decision was made to cancel the scheduled Jr. High football game with Clinton due to information earlier today about the lock down…

Varhalla announces Re-election to District 8 Justice of the Peace

Varhalla announces Re-election to District 8 Justice of the Peace

Ellen Varhalla announces her re-election bid for District 8 Justice of the Peace. During her first term, she was a member of three of the six standing quorum court committees:…

ASMSA introduces pmPreview option for admissions cycle

ASMSA introduces pmPreview option for admissions cycle

The Arkansas School for Mathematics, Sciences and the Arts will hold its next Preview Weekend on the Hot Springs campus on Nov. 15. Prospective students in seventh through 10th grades,…

Fountain Lake Senior Crowned Miss AR Teen USA

Fountain Lake Senior Crowned Miss AR Teen USA

Sarah Rountree, Staff Reporter Arynn Johnson, senior at Fountain Lake, was crowned Miss Arkansas Teen USA 2015 on  October 5. The pageant took place at the Arend Art Center in…

Victim Rushed to St. Vincent After Being Beaten in Mountain Pine

Victim Rushed to St. Vincent After Being Beaten in Mountain Pine

According to a report filed with GCSO, on October 14th the male complainant, 58, of Forrest Brook Lane, stated that he walked to Big D’s Gas Station located at 2702…

Garland County Man Convicted in Deaths of 5 People Getting New Trial

Garland County Man Convicted in Deaths of 5 People Getting New Trial

A Garland County man, convicted in the 2009 shooting deaths of five people, is getting a new trial next week. A jury found Samuel Lee Conway guilty in 2011, but…

Woman Drives Off With Gas Pump Still Attached to Vehicle

Woman Drives Off With Gas Pump Still Attached to Vehicle

According to a report filed with GCSO, on October 14th, the female complainant, 45, who is the owner of Hook’s Quick Stop located at 4080 Highway 290, stated that a…

Democrat Mike Ross Outpaces the Fundraising of Republican Asa Hutchinson in September

Democrat Mike Ross Outpaces the Fundraising of Republican Asa Hutchinson in September

Democrat Mike Ross says he raised more than $540,000 last month in his bid for Arkansas governor, outpacing the fundraising reported by Republican rival Asa Hutchinson. Ross’s campaign said the…

Woman Files Report With GCSO after 5 Year Old Son Allegedly Hit by Father

Woman Files Report With GCSO after 5 Year Old Son Allegedly Hit by Father

According to a report filed with GCSO, on October 14th, the female complainant, 25, of Mt. Vernon, AR, stated that she picked up her son, 5, from the residence of…

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