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September 19, 2017

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Cancer touches resident's life

HOT SPRINGS VILLAGE -- As this year's Village Walk for Cancer Research approaches, event chair Melanie Pederson shared the following story of survival from Hot Springs Village resident Sonja Kelley.

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CSO to close summer assistance programs

The Community Services Office, 600 W. Grand Ave., will close the Summer Regular and Crisis Intervention programs Sept. 30. The Winter Regular and Crisis Intervention programs will open in January.

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Inmate count rises during second quarter

The Garland County Detention Center's average daily inmate population increased from 314 during the first quarter to 344 in the second quarter, according to the quarterly jail report provided to the Garland County Quorum Court earlier this month.

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WWI-era munition prompts evacuation

Hot Springs police evacuated and blocked off a portion of Valley Street for several hours Monday after an employee of a business in the area was found in possession of a live World War I-era artillery round.

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Breakfast Lions prepare project

HOT SPRINGS VILLAGE -- The Hot Springs Village Breakfast Lions Club recently had 28 people attend its Vision Screening Training to prepare for screening some 2,700 children this fall. Club President Joanie Corry presented the program.

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Official kick off

Hot Springs Mayor Pat McCabe, left, the president and CEO of Levi Hospital, issues a proclamation officially declaring it National Rehabilitation Week in Hot Springs during a kickoff ceremony Monday at CHI St. Vincent Hot Springs as Janette Daniels, CEO of CHI St. Vincent's Rehabilitation Hospital, looks on.

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Police log

Sept. 17 Glen Schilling reported a theft of a wallet and contents from 1606 Central Ave.

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Sheriff's log

Sept. 15 John Seaberg reported a theft from 115 Borough Shores Road. Missing were a sprinkler, wooden benches and flower pots. Dixie Deatherage reported a theft of a red 1994 Mazda from 2293 Airport Road.

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Keeping cool

The Hot Springs Kennel Club recently donated a new "cooling vest" to the Garland County Sheriff's Department for its K-9 officer as part of the club's community involvement program, which also includes obedience classes offered twice a year, starting Sept. 26, and a large all breed dog show, Sept. 30-Oct. 1.

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New 'Dawn' in Idlib

Classes begin today in a new women's shelter expansion at an elementary school in Syria founded by an advocacy and support organization with alumni of Lakeside High School.

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Community to retain blueprint for growth

HOT SPRINGS VILLAGE -- The Hot Springs Village Property Owners Association's board of directors recently voted to create the community's first comprehensive master plan following a presentation made by Little Rock's Crafton Tull and DPZ, headquartered in Miami. Both companies have had success in planning and developing communities throughout the United States and internationally.

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