September 01, 2014


Barber joins Oaklawn as gaming food and beverage manager

Jimmy Barber, a 2003 graduate of Henderson State University, has joined Oaklawn in the newly created position of gaming food and beverage manager. His role will be very instrumental in the success of the food and beverage operation in the gaming area, especially once the expansion is completed in early November. Among the new features will be the Silks Bar & Grill and Bistro.

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Jazzercise offers new classes to participants

Four new Jazzercise dance-fitness classes will open this week in Hot Springs. Instructor Rene Burns has added the classes to accommodate new participants and to provide current participants with a greater choice of convenient class times.

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Effective records management involves more than 'scan and save'

According to David Reagler, president of Arkansas Records Management, the all-too-popular office practice of scanning and saving a document to a hard drive without a system of tracking and retrieval is little more than the electronic version of boxing paper and stacking it in a closet. Once the scan and save is complete, one may feel satisfied that an effective backup is done. That feeling is a false sense of security with potentially disastrous results.

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Home Care Assistance of Hot Springs welcomes new client care manager

Home Care Assistance of Hot Springs, a leading provider of in-home care for seniors, recently welcomed Dettranay "Dee" Wiseman, LPN, as the office's client care manager. With a background in the home care and nursing field for more than 34 years, Wiseman's passion for helping seniors maintain their independence and live well at home is very much in line with the Balanced Care Method, Home Care Assistance's holistic approach to care and overall quality of life. She will play an integral role in the hiring and training of caregivers as well as oversee the personalization and execution of care plans for each and every client.

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