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Police log

Oct. 10 Jonathan Langford reported a theft of a debit card at 640 E. Grand Ave. Irene F. Baker reported a burglary at 317 Pleasant Valley St. Missing were a 32-inch television and battery charger.

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Pavilion dedicated

Mark Lewis, left, son of the late John Mark Lewis, Anthony Whittingham, Hot Springs Parks and Trails director, and Mark Toth, president of the Whittington Valley Neighborhood Association, participated Thursday morning in the dedication of the John Mark Lewis Pavilion at Baseball Trail Park, 1201 Whittington Ave. John Lewis, who died in May 2017, played an active role in protecting, promoting and revitalizing the Whittington Valley area, including the upgrades to the Baseball Park Trail.

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Fest to feature workshops, educational opportunities

Walking into the Crystal Ballroom at the Arlington Resort Hotel & Spa to speak to a Rotary Club on Wednesday, Jennifer Gerber, executive director of the Hot Springs Documentary Film Institute, noted that the room would be transformed into a global-class cinema in less than a week.

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Sheriff's log

Oct. 9 Patience Dawson reported a break-in to a vehicle at 169 Cedar Heights Road. Missing were medications.

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Police log

Oct. 10 J.C. Hopkins Jr. reported a theft of a license plate at 4407 Central Ave.

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Fitness tips

Members of the Garland County Retired Teachers Association listen at a meeting last month as Amy Johnson, right, provided examples of activities to promote health and fitness.

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