February 26, 2015


Lenovo shipped laptops with security flaw, experts say

SAN FRANCISCO -- If you've recently purchased a laptop computer made by Lenovo, you may want to hear this: Experts say the world's biggest computer maker shipped laptops with pre-installed software that could let hackers steal passwords or other sensitive information when you use the web to shop, pay bills or check email.

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Hollywood clinic gets new physician

Drs. James Humphreys, Robert Parrott and Scott Anderson, and the staff at Hollywood Avenue Family Clinic welcome board certified family medicine physician, Dr. Ted Faro, to the staff. Faro is accepting new patients at their clinic located at 124 Hollywood Ave.

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Photo Finishers presents one-day photography class"

Waco Hill, local owner of The Photo Finishers, 1819 Albert Pike Suite F, for more than 19 years, announces a Photomakers Quick Start Class will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday. This one-day class will cover all the basic information to get attendees up to speed on all the functions of their camera and explain the fundamentals of creating an award-winning photograph.

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City Plumbing shares with community

Since starting its "Giving Back to the Community" campaign November 2009, City Plumbing, Heating & Electric has donated to 63 charitable organizations in the area. Its most recent donation of $1,150 in "Giving Back to the Community" funds went to Potter's Clay Hot Springs Village Women's Auxiliary.

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Introducing Cycles N Rodz experts of Hot Springs

"Cycles N Rodz of Hot Springs is well on its way of becoming Hot Springs' premier rod shop and motorcycle repair facility," according to the release. Owner's Tim Winston, Kevin Coakley and John Brown are proud of how things are going at their fairly new shop. "We feel like we are making a dent in the Hot Springs and surrounding market and attracting buyers from as far away as St. Louis," says General Manager Phil Dowden.

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