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February 24, 2018

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Girls' fast-pitch softball registration underway

The Hot Springs Sport Recreation Department is accepting registrations for 2018 girls' fast-pitch softball until March 2 or until leagues reach capacity, a news release said. All games will be played on the turf at Kimery Park.

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Police log

Feb. 22 Red Barn Trading Post, 505 Hobson Ave., reported a theft of store merchandise. Carlton Simril reported a theft of a license plate at 304 Lacey St.

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Sheriffs log

Feb. 22 Alicia Tims reported a burglary at 234 Adcock Road. Missing were a washer, dryer, entertainment center, night stands and a king-size mattress. Jennifer Johnson reported a break-in at 111 Shadowpeak Lane. Missing were a purse and a tool set.

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Hot Springs man killed in wreck

A Hot Springs man was killed Thursday night when he lost control of his vehicle and wrecked on Rockport Lane, off Carpenter Dam Road, according to an Arkansas State Police preliminary fatal crash summary released Friday.

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Churning water

Entergy Arkansas Inc. was releasing more than 40,600 cubic feet per second of water from Remmel Dam into the Ouachita River Friday morning to maintain the levels of lakes Catherine and Hamilton.

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Oklahoma in urgent need of blood donors

A winter storm that affected Oklahoma this week is impacting its blood supply, and Arkansas Blood Institute is asking donors of all blood types to give as soon as possible to help the neighboring state.

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Boys & Girls Club rally planned today

A rally in support of the Boys & Girls Club of Hot Springs, which has announced plans to close, is being held by the Concerned Community Children Committee at 11 a.m. today at the facility, located at 109 W. Belding St.

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Church celebrates 150 years

Roanoke Missionary Baptist Church first opened its doors 150 years ago and will be celebrating its landmark anniversary on Sunday, joined by member of Kings Highway Missionary Baptist Church of Pine Bluff.

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Zunick named honorary consul

The government of Japan announced Thursday that Mary Zunick, cultural affairs manager of Visit Hot Springs, has been appointed the honorary consul of Japan in Hot Springs.

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Boat show opens

Tim Ray, of Hot Springs, cleans a jet boat Thursday at the Hot Springs Convention Center in preparation for today's opening of the 32nd annual Hot Springs Boat, Tackle & RV Show. The show is open today and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

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Police log

Feb. 21 Eddie Outler reported a theft of a wallet, health insurance card, credit card, driver's license and money. Walmart, 1601 Albert Pike, reported two thefts of store merchandise.

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