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January 20, 2018

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Apple plans to build 2nd campus, hire 20,000

SAN FRANCISCO -- Apple is planning to build another corporate campus and hire 20,000 workers during the next five years as part of a $350 billion commitment to the U.S. that will be partially financed by an upcoming windfall from the country's new tax law.

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Arkansas Heart Hospital acquires Malvern clinic

MALVERN -- Arkansas Heart Hospital recently added the Malvern Diagnostic Clinic to its network of community clinics. Arkansas Heart Hospital Clinic-Malvern Diagnostic Clinic will continue to serve as a primary-care clinic and will now add cardiology to its list of service lines.

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Chamber announces communications manager

The Greater Hot Springs Chamber of Commerce announces the addition of Hot Springs native Mara Kuhn to its staff. Kuhn will fill the role of communications manager and "is excited to promote and help grow Hot Springs."

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Visit Hot Springs names EOQ

Congratulations to Sara Droke, audio/visual technician for Visit Hot Springs, for being named Employee of the Quarter for the fourth quarter of 2017. "Sara is invaluable in meeting the ever-changing requirements for all visitors to the Hot Springs Convention Center and Bank of the Ozarks Arena. We salute her for all she does to promote Hot Springs as Arkansas' No. 1 tourism destination," states the press release.

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Hot Springs Jazzercise welcomes new owner

Hot Springs Jazzercise would like to welcome Miranda Penor as the new owner. "Three and a half years ago a friend invited me to try Jazzercise. I was a member of a health club and exercising at home, but neither were a good fit for me. It turned out Jazzercise was what I had been looking for," stated Penor in the release.

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GC Farm Bureau conventioneers

Submitted photo Garland County Farm Bureau members Marion Fletcher, left, County Vice President Ralph Pinkerton, Joy Sorrells, Connie Pinkerton, County President Tommy Sorrells, County Women's Committee Co-Chair Cindy Rucker, Keith Rucker, Lisa Driggers, Agency Manager Scott Jones, Brigette Jones, Lacie Whiley and County Secretary/Treasurer Melvin Daniel were among more than 1,000 who recently attended Arkansas Farm Bureau's 83rd state convention in Little Rock. Activities included addresses by Gov. Asa Hutchinson and Arkansas Farm Bureau President Randy Veach. Counties were honored for their accomplishments during the past year and delegates voted on formal recommendations submitted by counties for inclusion in the organization's policy. Arkansas Farm Bureau is a nonprofit, private farm and rural advocacy organization of more than 190,000 families throughout the state working to improve farm and rural life.

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Jazzercise announces new winter schedule

"We have added a new class on Wednesdays!" Jazzercise in Hot Springs is located at 2230 Malvern Ave. For its new class schedule, go to http://www.jazzercise.com or call 501-617-9280. Jan. 8-17 start for free plus two free Starter Sessions and $10 KrewCash.

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Tri-Lakes Coin Club hosts 52nd coin show

The Tri-Lakes Coin Club is a local nonprofit organization that was established in Hot Springs more than 50 years ago. The club is involved in a variety of community efforts, which includes donating $1,000 in coin literature to the Garland County Library, a cargo trailer to local Boy Scouts, and nearly 200 teddy bears to be given to children in crisis by county and city law enforcement, EMT and paramedics, and the fire department.

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