December 11, 2018

Local News

Ray Rains

Ray Rains, 77, of Hot Springs, passed away Dec. 7, 2018. He was born May 23, 1941, to Bill and Liddie Marie Summit Rains. Ray was a Member of Norman Full Gospel Pentecostal Church. He loved to play the guitar and sing gospel music. Ray was a loving father and grandfather who was loved and will be missed by all.

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Cruising along

The Sentinel-Record/Grace Brown Tucker Mitchell, 11, of Hot Springs, paddles a kayak into a cove on Lake Hamilton on Sunday. Today's forecast calls for sunny skies and a high near 46.

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Mrs. Arkansas America to appear at open house

Mrs. Arkansas America 2019 Charlene Simon will be signing photos along with Mrs. Garland County Cassie Vano and Mrs. Hot Springs Lauren Launius from 4 to 7 p.m. Monday at an open house for Arkansas Aesthetics Spa City.

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Sheriff's reserve unit lists November hours

Garland County Sheriff's Reserve Capt. Hank Nowak reports that reserve deputies worked a total of 528 hours in November, including 196 hours in the patrol division, responding to 26 calls, taking two reports and making two arrests.

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In Service

NEWPORT, R.I. -- Lt. Latasha Prater applied the lessons learned from Hot Springs to become one of the most elite surface warriors.

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The Record 2018 now available at GCHS

The Record 2018, the annual publication of the Garland County Historical Society, is now available, and this year's edition explores the age-old question of whether Hot Springs was truly the "wickedest city in the United States."

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