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Building permits

April 6 Tim Winston, Tim Winston Builders, Inc., 321 Section Line Road, Suite C, $2,500, interior finish out, three walls and two doors. Matthew Sarver, M&R Sarver Construction Inc., 114 Knollwood Lodge Road, $521,000, remodel existing house and making an addition to the residence. Julius Breckling, 141 Saratoga St., $15,000, fence. Dynamic Builders & Development LLC, 2705 Central Ave., $740,000, construction of new barn. April 9 Southpaw USA, Inc., 4501 Central Ave., $150,000, renovation/remodel to entry and facade at restaurant and north and south entrance. Scott Lauck, 211 Exchange St., $100, certificate of occupancy. Joe Wilson, 134 Wood St., $3,000, remodel 1,400 square feet. Dan Findley, D. Findley Construction Inc., 215 W. Maurice St., $5,000, tear off and reroof. Noah Lloyd, Metal Roof Pros, 172 Canyon Creek, $28,250, reroof. Terry Bates Contractor Pro, 1100 Woodlawn Terrace, $22,000, tear off and reroof. Byron Holmes, Byron Holmes Construction Inc., 1135 Lakeshore Drive, $225,000, demo cabin and build new two-story, three-bedroom, three-and-a-half bath single-family residence with covered porch. April 10 Kurt Myers, Precision Restoration & Remodeling Inc., 1 Mercy Lane, fifth floor, $1,800, building two walls. Robert Lloyd, 135 Charteroak St., $4,000, replace siding. Robert Lloyd, 131 Charteroak St., $5,000, replace windows and trim. Final Touch Roofing Inc., 209 Poplar St., $3,400, tear off and reroof. April 11 Motility, 120 Hill St., $3,000, installing a handicap ramp. Deborah Martin, 300 Hammond Drive, $5,000, interior/exterior remodel. Toni McNeal, 320 Walnut St., $1,500, replace boards on porch and rotten ones on house. Final Touch Roofing Inc., 80 Cliff St., $8,600, tear off existing roof and install new. R& R Roofing, 2110 Seventh St., $18,000, tear off and reroof. Hill & Cox Corp., 401 Emory St., no amount listed, classroom/arena/auditorium. April 12 Jack Willard, 209 Scully St., $1,500, cover over one layer. Longhua Xu, 125 Pleasant St., $40,000, turning duplex into single-family residence, interior only.

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By the books

Noah Gauldin, 3, and his sister, Amelia, enjoy magnetic mazes on April 10 in the children's section of the Garland CountyLibrary.

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Dinosaurs shake grounds at MASM

Mid-America Science Museum is putting the finishing touches on 18 different dinosaurs that will be featured in the Oaklawn Foundation Dino Trek outdoor exhibit in time for the grand opening on May 26.

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In their shoes

The Sentinel-Record/Grace Brown Maggie Hardage, left, and Sandra Davis lead a group of people along Hot Springs Creek Greenway Trail on Thursday during the inaugural Ouachita Children's Center Trash Bag Walk to raise funds for teens in crisis. The trek allowed participants to literally walk a mile in the shoes of someone being quickly relocated while carrying trash bags containing their sole possessions.

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Fried goodness

The Sentinel-Record/Grace Brown Arkansas Career Training Institute Culinary Arts student Minesha Kabba prepares fried plantains during Friday Flavors at ACTI on Friday. Friday Flavors is a fundraising activity celebrating the culinary arts classes' love of international food that is open to the public select Fridays each month.

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Money grab

The Sentinel-Record/Richard Rasmussen Johnathon Pope, of Benton, grabs for cash Friday as the winner of Citizens Bank's March Madness Challenge at the newspaper office. Citizens sponsored the newspaper's challenge.

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Exchange, Fairoaks to have closures

Exchange Street, from Court to Mountain streets, will be closed to through traffic from 7 a.m. until 4 p.m. Wednesday for construction material staging. The Exchange Street Parking Plaza will be accessible to motorists.

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Boating safety class offered Saturday

The U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary will teach the Arkansas Game and Fish Safe Boating Class at National Park College from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday in the Frederick Dierks Building's Martin Eisele Auditorium.

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Drug Task Force board to meet

The 18th Judicial District East Drug Task Force Board of Directors will meet at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday in the Garland County Sheriff's Department Conference Room, 525 Ouachita Ave.

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