February 22, 2017

Local News

Police log

Feb. 20 Wynona Jenkins reported a breaking or entering at 212 Alcorn St. Missing were a cellphone, credit card and money. Jennifer Harvey reported a theft at 109 Toney St. Missing were a debit card and money.

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Sheriff's log

Feb. 17 Sharon Love, of Pearcy, reported a breaking or entering in the 500 block of South Harris Road. Missing was medicine. Paul Wagner reported a breaking or entering at 160 Rachel Carson Terrace. Missing were four coats.

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School zone

Hot Springs Police Department Officer 1st Class Shawn Lowrey operates the traffic signal on Malvern Avenue at Lakeside School Tuesday afternoon under rainy skies to help with the flow of traffic as school let out.

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Webb Center to host Black History program

Webb Community Center Inc. will present the Black History program "Paying Homage to Our Past, Saluting Our Future Leaders," honoring young trailblazers Teressa Nevels, Marsalis Weatherspoon, Tristan Traylor and Rennell Litszey, at 5 p.m. Friday in the Hot Springs Middle School Auditorium, 701 Main St.

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Noted author presents to Village Writers' Club

HOT SPRINGS VILLAGE -- Noted writer, publisher, speaker, teacher and presidential diarist Janis F. Kearney will present the program, "Writing Our Lives: Rediscovering Lost Memories," to the Village Writers' Club at 1 p.m. Monday in Room 6 of the Coronado Community Center, 150 Ponderosa Lane.

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Breakfast Lions ready for annual Chili Day

HOT SPRINGS VILLAGE -- The Hot Springs Village Breakfast Lions will host the 40th annual Chili Day fundraiser on March 11 in the Coronado Community Center, 150 Ponderosa Way. The lunch service will run from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., and dinner from 4-7 p.m.

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