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Team up

Lake Hamilton Junior High counselor Jennifer Lyle, left, recently presented awards to the eighth-grade anti-bullying team, which worked this year to place signs throughout the school and worked on other projects to create a positive atmosphere.

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Outstanding service

Mountain Pine High School student Bailey Brown, left, and Leslie Collier, yearbook sponsor, were presented certificates from Principal Denise Taylor for the Outstanding Student Award and Outstanding Service Award, respectively, for their work on the yearbook during the recent regular meeting of the Mountain Pine School Board.

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Reader: Ortiz

First-grade student Analize Ortiz, left, from Anna Jackson's class at Langston Aerospace and Environmental Studies Magnet School recently read to prekindergarten student Azriel Jenkins during a class visit.

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Riser up

Rodney Williams, of Branson, Mo., worked to fill a seven-story tall custom-designed Ford hot air balloon April 7 at Lakeside Primary School. The balloon was sponsored in town by Riser Ford Lincoln.

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Reader: Pruitt

First-grade student Stevehn Pruitt, back, from Anna Jackson's class at Langston Aerospace and Environmental Studies Magnet School, recently read to prekindergarten students Bradley Jackson, left, and Maliyah Nealey during a class visit.

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Culture inquiry

Hot Springs Intermediate School fifth-grade students, from left, Isabella McCarthy, Alyah Tapia and Pablo Lozano collaboratively researched information about their culture inquiry project in Crystal Myers' literacy class.

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Ram tough

Seventh-graders, from left, Kaden Parchman, Jessica Hebert, Ashlen Faulkner, Ben McGregor and Allie Ilenfeld drew tracks on a paper and programmed an Ozobot to spell out the word "Ram" during a recent activity in the library media center.

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Police log

April 24 Jordan Hollyfield reported a burglary at 709 Main St. Nothing was noted missing in the report. Phillips 66, 201 E. Grand Ave., reported a theft of beer.

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Sheriff's log

April 24 David Briggs, of Jessieville, reported a theft of a vehicle at 3371 Highway 7 north. David Briggs, of Jessieville, reported a theft of a vehicle at 710 Tall Timber Road. Shannon Davis reported a burglary at 5303 Airport Road. Missing were two televisions, a safe and gaming console.

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Director protest

A protest against District 5 City Director Rick Ramick preceded the Hot Springs Board of Directors' agenda meeting and interviews with candidates for Hot Springs mayor on Tuesday at City Hall.

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Reddie repeat

Playing on his home course, Henderson State senior Drew Greenwood helps the Reddies win the Great American Conference men's golf title for the fourth consecutive year Tuesday at Hot Springs Country Club.

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