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EMS training

Central EMS of Fayetteville's Jason Quillin, left, and Sarah Webb-May, third from left, demonstrate on Boyd Darling how to take football equipment off a patient while keeping the head and spine stable, as Michael Laws with the Arkansas Fire Academy in Camden watches during the Arkansas EMT Association Conference Friday at the Hot Springs Convention Center.

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Police log

July 30 Randy G. Gentry, 537 Terry St., reported a break-in. Missing were CDs. Ronald John Schipinski, 238 Glade St., reported a burglary. Missing was an air conditioner.

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Sheriff's log

July 27 Teresa Rothwell reported a burglary at 136 Ethan Lane. Missing was medication. July 30 Courtney J. Fields reported a theft at 1503 Amity Road. Missing was a Hyundai Sonata. Takia M. Williams, 160 Morphew Road, No. B3, reported a break-in. Missing was a GPS.

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Man sells stolen property

A Hot Springs Village man was arrested Thursday and charged with theft by receiving, a felony punishable by up to six years in prison.

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Tax-free weekend benefits students

Many shoppers, especially parents who need to buy children's clothes and school supplies for the new school year, can take advantage of this year's tax-free weekend today and Sunday on specific items.

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Workers honored for Vista Trail projects

A Ouachita National Forest employee and a partner from the Lake Ouachita Vista Trail Dogs were honored for their work by the Arkansas Trail Council at its symposium held at Blanchard Springs Recreation area near Mountain View last month.

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Garland County receives timelier ADC payments

Payment of invoices the county sends the state for holding its inmates in the Garland County Detention Center has sped up, according to information attached to Monday night's Garland County Finance Committee meeting agenda.

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Champion to offer gen ed courses

EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the first of two articles about Champion Christian College's transition from a seminary school to a college with accredited degree programs for local students.

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