Local News

Police log

Nov. 9 Lester Honey reported a theft of a toolbox, miscellaneous tools and a steel trimmer at 1300 Malvern Ave. Tonya Rumbaugh reported a theft of a cellphone and case at 1368 Higdon Ferry Road.

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Sheriff's log

Nov. 7 Kim Kugler reported a break-in at 198 Trabecca Circle. A wallet was missing. Nov. 8 Cory Cangelosi reported a break-in at 230 Trabecca Circle. A checkbook, headphones and the title to a Honda Civic were missing.

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Feeding the community

Oaklawn Racing & Gaming employee Alex Richardson pushes a load of nonperishable food items toward a delivery truck Tuesday to be taken to the First United Methodist Community Food Pantry, the Jackson House and Ali's A.C.E. Closet.

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Lt. Gov. Griffin honors supporters, asks vets to inspire

The primary purpose of Veterans Day is to say thank you "to those who have served and who continue to serve," Arkansas Lt. Gov. Tim Griffin said Monday, but noted it is also important to recognize the support of the service members' family, neighbors and friends.

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Building permits

Nov. 2 Judith Johnson, 110 Dell St., A & B, $12,000, interior remodel in two bottom units. Nov. 5 Toni Atkinson, 209 Illinois St., $1,500, replacing windows and floor. Hill & Cox Corp., 300 Werner St., fourth floor, $1,983,000, interior renovation to the labor and delivery wing to include finishes and MEP. Seductions, 3360 Central Ave., $1,200, interior remodel. Brenda Pipher, 222 Eddy St., $10,000, turn existing house into a personal storage garage. Nathan Chaney, 530 Peninsula Drive, $48,000, turning garage into living quarters, adding living room, kitchen, bathroom and bedroom space to existing structure. Nuinc, 114 Ozark St., $5,000, interior and exterior remodel. Knight-Heuszel, 328 Mason St., $5,850, replace uncovered deck and replace interior drywall. Final Touch Roofing Inc., 127 Lafayette St., $4,097, tearing off existing roof and replacing. Final Touch Roofing Inc., 1o3 Oak Bend Loop, $17,512, tearing off existing roof and replacing. Rolanda Hicks, 208 Jackson St., $1,500, interior and exterior remodel. Nov. 6 Alfred Henry, ARH Construction Inc., 175 Breckling Circle, block 5, lots 9 and 11, $350,000, new single-family residence three bedroom, two and a half bathrooms, three-car attached garage. Chris Dixon, Capital Home Improvement, 216 Nevada St., $50,000, interior/exterior remodel, tear off and reroof, fascia, soffit, gutters, windows and doors. Eric Francis, 211 Violet St., $18,000, bathroom and kitchen remodel, taking down a wall. Final Touch Roofing Inc., 218 Clairmont St., $6,445, tearing off existing roof and replacing. Final Touch Roofing Inc., 200 Wildwood Circle, $10,323, tearing off existing roof and replacing. Richard McGraw, 324 Ouachita Ave., 324 Ouachita Ave., $1,500, tearing off an existing roof and replacing. Nov. 7 Sergio Rodriguez, 718 Lakeshore Drive, $2,000, tearing down a rotting back porch and putting a roof over it. Briana Moore, 128 Pullman St., $1,000, existing porch repair and installing an overhang over door. Dan Findley, D. Findley Construction Inc., 104 Richwood Court, $11,000, remodel of a bathroom. Patrick and Tamara Koch, 203 Fruitwood St., $1,500, replacing an existing roof. Doug Story, Hy Road Construction, 802 Central Ave., No. 100, $35,000, tenant finish out. Craft Beer Cellar, 120 Ouachita Ave., $1,000, interior remodel for non-cooking kitchen. Nov. 8 Chuck Mayo, Kleenco Maintenance & Construction Inc., 4019 Central Ave., $50,000, entertainment area, demo millwork and equipment, demo sink, add new power drop for new registers and kiosks. Harbor House, 835 Central Ave., Suite 114, $1,500, needing a certificate of occupancy. Louis Acosta, 215 Ostego St., $3,200, replace four front windows and remodel bathroom. Crabtree, 221 Sonnet St., $3,200, interior remodel. George Norton, 200 Discovery Bay Lane, No. 13, $28,000, tearing off an existing roof and replacing. John Petrie, 110 Liberty St., $15,000, bring to code. Shane Lytle, 3371 Malvern Road, $4,500, tearing off an existing roof and replacing.

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Veterans Day Service, parade set for today

Veterans Day will be observed today since the holiday fell on a Sunday this year, and local activities will begin at 11 a.m. with the annual Veterans Day Service at the Garland County Veterans Memorial and Military Park, located at 118 Orange St., near Transportation Depot.

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