September 17, 2014

Local News

Ugbade, Reese hold on to seats

Early, unofficial returns in Tuesday's annual school elections had incumbents Debbie Ugbade and Karen Reese winning their positions in the Hot Springs School District, but races in the Jessieville School District were too close to call.

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Wednesday's Police log

Sept. 15 Natiega Rosenbaum reported a theft of medications at 1937 Lakeshore Drive. Sophia Rona Young reported a theft of two bicycles at 213 Vivian St.

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Wednesday's Sheriff's log

Sept. 15 Judy D. Catelett, 209 Catlett Lane, reported a burglary by a known suspect. Missing were several firearms. Stanley Long, Hot Springs, reported a theft of a black Chevrolet Impala that had been left on the side of the road on Highway 70 east.

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Career information

Millie Allen, a paramedic and an Emergency Medical Services Professions clinical coordinator with National Park Community College, discusses health procedures with prospective students Tuesday during the annual College and Career Day at NPCC.

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Fifth-graders from Lake Hamilton Intermediate School shoot off bottle rockets during a groundbreaking -- or "skybreaking" -- on the Bob Wheeler Science Skywalk Tuesday at Mid-America Science Museum.

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Bank robbery reported

Hot Springs police converged on Bank of the Ozarks, 1617 Malvern Ave., shortly after 12:36 p.m Tuesday in reference to a bank robbery.

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Water petition complaint dismissed

An initiated ordinance to put the city's DeGray Lake water project up for a vote Nov. 4 will not be on the ballot, Garland County Circuit Court Judge Marcia Hearnsberger ruled Monday night.

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