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August 02, 2014

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Friday's Police log

July 29 Britt A. Rowland, 110 Jordan St., reported a theft of an engine hoist, chain fall and engine tilt by a known suspect.

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AEMTA competition

Paramedic Supervisor Mary Harkness with LifeNet Hot Springs works on "patient" Melissa Coffell, of Paragould, during the Arkansas EMT Association's annual conference at the Hot Springs Convention Center on Thursday.

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Friday's Sheriff's log

July 29 Britt A. Rowland, 110 Jordan St., reported a theft of an engine hoist, chain fall and engine tilt by a known suspect.

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FEMA declines to reimburse county

A federal pilot program reimbursing states and local governments for disaster relief labor paid on regular time won't be retroactively applied to expenses Garland County incurred in the wake of the 2012 Christmas Day ice storm, despite an appeal from County Judge Rick Davis.

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Government bodies discuss need for more water

Matt McKee, District 9 justice of the peace, said Thursday night during a joint meeting of members of the Hot Springs Board of Directors and the Garland County Quorum Court that it was unrealistic to say there is a water emergency in Garland County based on one or two years of near-capacity usage.

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Tickets on sale soon

Anne Bowes, left, and Margaret Kresse are the co-chairs of the Crystal Chimes Chorus fall show "Mardi Gras or Bust," which is scheduled for 7 p.m. Sept. 20 at Woodlands Auditorium.

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One injured

Glen Kight, 54, was transported by LifeNet to National Park Medical Center early Thursday after his Nissan Frontier went off the roadway in the 2900 block of Spring Street around 7:45 a.m. and overturned in a ditch.

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