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Thursday
October 18, 2018

SPA-CON 2018

"The Munsters," the classic '60s sitcom about a family of fun-loving monsters, is up to its third generation of fans, much to the delight of Butch Patrick, better known as the boy werewolf Eddie Munster.

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Lightning likely cause of fire, 70 West says

Witnesses say a commercial building in the 2400 block of Airport Road containing McClain's Custom Cabinets and Confessions Boutique was struck by lightning before being engulfed in flames Wednesday evening, the 70 West Fire Department said Thursday.

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City may use boulders to protect street lights

City officials are considering the placement of unobtrusive rock boulders in downtown medians to slow down or stop vehicles before they damage the area's historic street lights after two were destroyed in a collision this weekend.

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PD bids Chapmond emotional farewell

The Hot Springs Police Department bid an emotional farewell Friday to retiring Assistant Police Chief Chris Chapmond, who has accepted a job as the police chief of Bluffton, S.C.

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Never again

" ... Ensure that this never happened again." Those words, spoken 17 years ago by Kenneth Mascagni, a Shreveport attorney representing two survivors of the 1999 sinking of the "Miss Majestic" on Lake Hamilton, haunted my thoughts Thursday night as I watched the tragedy unfold on Table Rock Lake in Missouri.

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Visit Hot Springs outlines reasons for request

The Hot Springs Advertising and Promotion Commission earlier this week outlined its reasons for requesting an election in September on a proposed bond issue to construct a new exhibit area at Mid-America Science Museum.

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Entergy resolves most of county's outages

After dealing with additional outages and a substation failure on Saturday, Entergy Arkansas Inc. crews by Sunday afternoon had resolved most of the service disruptions that started in Garland County Friday afternoon following a series of strong thunderstorms.

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