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HSV Amateur Radio Club to sponsor testing session

HOT SPRINGS VILLAGE -- The Hot Springs Village Amateur Radio Club's volunteer examiners will sponsor a testing session for people who want to upgrade their amateur license, or obtain a new license, at 9 a.m. Aug. 8 at Cranford's Fresh World on Highway 5 near the HSV east gate.

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Henderson to host business workshop

ARKADELPHIA -- The Arkansas Small Business and Technology Development Center at Henderson State University will present a free workshop on Aug. 6 in Arkadelphia to help seasoned and potential small business owners boost their online presence.

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Correction

A blood drive will be held from 11:15 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Saturday at Hot Springs Mall, 4501 Central Ave., and not on Friday as reported in Saturday's edition of The Sentinel-Record.

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Balboa trail

The Hot Springs Village Area Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting July 21 to celebrate the grand opening of the Hot Springs Village Property Owners' Association Balboa Spillway Trail.

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New art glass studio

The Hot Springs Village Area Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting July 23 to welcome Riley Art Glass Studio to its membership. Riley Art Glass Studio is an art studio-hot glass shop that creates handmade art glass. Charles and Michael Riley produce a variety of pieces that range in size and price.

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Police log

July 23 Harold L. Maxwell, 206 Garland Ave., reported a theft of a laptop. Tonda Sue Martin and Remmington McCanles reported a break-in at 1424 Greenwood Ave. Missing were a wallet and two birth certificates. Tyrone Trevino Burnell reported a theft of an Arkansas license plate at 201 Chestnut St.

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Sheriff's log

July 23 Harold L. Maxwell, 206 Garland Ave., reported a theft of a laptop. Tonda Sue Martin and Remmington McCanles reported a break-in at 1424 Greenwood Ave. Missing were a wallet and two birth certificates. Tyrone Trevino Burnell reported a theft of an Arkansas license plate at 201 Chestnut St.

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Big Al continues to elude anglers

The $86,000 Hot Springs Fishing Challenge ends at 5 p.m. Friday, and Visit Hot Springs has released its first-ever mug shot of the $10,000 grand prize fish, named Big Al IV.

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GCSD launches updated website

The launch of a new website for the Garland County Sheriff's Department over the weekend meant taking its predecessor offline, Sheriff Mike McCormick said Monday, making popular features such as the detention center's online inmate roster temporarily inaccessible to the public.

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YMCA recipient of AED

A new piece of equipment that was donated Monday to the Hot Springs Family YMCA is one that CEO Pete Davin said he hopes will never be used.

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Report: Child died of 'excessive heat'

A preliminary investigation shows that the 18-month-old son of Division 2 Garland County Circuit Court Judge Wade Naramore died as the result of "excessive heat" on Friday, after being left unattended in a "hot car" for an undetermined amount of time, the Hot Springs Police Department said Monday.

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