January 24, 2018

Local News

Senior centers

Hot Springs Senior Center, 210 Woodbine, and McAuley Center, 5010 Arkansas Highway 7 north, are operated by CHI St. Vincent Hot Springs and primarily funded through the Area Agency on Aging of West Central Arkansas. The centers are open from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday-Friday, serving area seniors aged 60 and older. No membership due or fees are required for services, it does fundraising and any and all donations are appreciated. Visitors and guests under 60 are welcome.

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Births CHI St. Vincent Hot Springs Alyssa McDonald, Hot Springs, a son, Jaide Taytum, Jan. 8. Jade and Brandon Youngblood, Benton, a daughter, Iris Renee, Jan. 9. Shannon Williams and Jeremiah Reynolds, Hot Springs, a son, Soren Wilder, Jan. 9. Sarah and Jonathan Stringer, Hot Springs, a daughter, Vivian Lee, Jan. 10.

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Cutter student answers CALL

A short school week didn't stop students at Cutter Morning Star School District from donating items for one sixth-grader's mission to help children in foster care.

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Child Care Aware to host conference

Child Care Aware of West Central Arkansas will host a Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics conference for early childhood educators Jan. 27 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Frederick M. Dierks Center for Nursing and Health Sciences at National Park College.

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Roadway blocked

Hot Springs firefighter Paul Welch rolls a truck tire on Higdon Ferry Road near a 2003 Chrysler Town and Country minivan that collided with a tractor-trailer near the Temperance Hill Road intersection at around 2:15 p.m. Friday.

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Setting up

J.M. Harbet sets up one of more than 110 vendor booths at the Hot Springs Convention Center in preparation for the Semi-Annual South Hot Springs Lions Club Gun and Knife Show Friday.

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