July 26, 2014

Local News

Dierks to speak at library meeting

HOT SPRINGS VILLAGE -- Village resident Don Dierks will be the guest speaker at the next meeting of the Friends of the Coronado Library at 4 p.m. Thursday in Room 6 of Coronado Center.

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Rotary Club installs new board

HOT SPRINGS VILLAGE -- Rotary Club of Hot Springs Village recently installed new officers as Lee Ann Branch, past president, passed the gavel to incoming President Jeff Hollansworth.

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Power restored to most residents

Around 200 Entergy Arkansas Inc. customers were still without power Thursday afternoon, 24 hours after severe thunderstorms caused nearly 8,500 outages in Garland County.

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City in compliance with turbidity guidelines

City officials said Thursday that a report from the Arkansas Department of Health shows the city is 100 percent in compliance, 100 percent of the time, with guidelines for raw, settled and finished water turbidities.

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The winner numbers drawn Wednesday night in Powerball are: 4-10-12-22-31 Powerball: 3

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Response weighed in Albert Pike suits

TEXARKANA -- Lawyers involved in civil lawsuits stemming from the deadly 2010 flood at an Albert Pike campground are expected to file a joint response to the U.S. government's request to dismiss them in a few months.

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Local grads grind toward DCI Nationals

Local students in the renowned Crossmen Drum and Bugle Corps practiced in Hot Springs and performed in Little Rock Wednesday as their summer builds toward the Drum Corps International World Championships next month.

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Storm knocks out power across county (updated)

More than 8,000 Entergy Arkansas Inc. customers in Garland County were among the 42,000 left without power statewide Wednesday evening after a line of severe thunderstorms moved across Arkansas, bringing high winds that downed numerous trees.

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