Airport receives $1.02 million grant Hot Springs Memorial Field will receive a $1.02 million grant from the U.S. Department of Transportation for work on an airport lighting vault and for runway pavement sealing. by Cassidy Kendall The Sentinel-Record 16 hrs. ago
VOV to open with double feature on March 19 The 16th Annual Valley of the Vapors Independent Music Festival will be March 20-23 this year, with one key difference: the opening reception will be a double feature that's an Arkansas premiere. by Cassidy Kendall The Sentinel-Record 16 hrs. ago
Adam Brown Shamrock Run to celebrate 10 years The 10th Annual Adam Brown Shamrock Run will be March 14, in honor of U.S. Navy SEAL Chief Petty Officer Adam Lee Brown, who died in combat on St. Patrick's Day in 2010. by Cassidy Kendall The Sentinel-Record 16 hrs. ago
Former Trojan, Reddie takes game to next level A face familiar to Hot Springs Trojans fans is taking his game to the next level. by James Leigh 16 hrs. ago
WATCH: ASMSA partners with Possip to increase parental engagement The Arkansas School for Mathematics, Sciences, and the Arts has partnered with the software company Possip to empower parents to share feedback, needs or ideas for the school. by John Anderson The Sentinel-Record 16 hrs. ago
City zoning board sets public hearing The Hot Springs Board of Zoning Adjustment will hold a public hearing at 4 p.m. Wednesday at City Hall, 133 Convention Blvd., to consider the following requests: 16 hrs. ago
Utility work to close part of Convention The westbound lane of Convention Boulevard, from Civic to Opera streets, will be closed for utility work from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday. 16 hrs. ago
Garland County Library board to meet Monday The Garland County Library Board of Directors will meet at the Garland County Library, 1427 Malvern Ave., at noon Monday. 16 hrs. ago
Airport receives $1.02 million grant Hot Springs Memorial Field will receive a $1.02 million grant from the U.S. Department of Transportation for work on an airport lighting vault and for runway pavement sealing. by Cassidy Kendall The Sentinel-Record
VOV to open with double feature on March 19 The 16th Annual Valley of the Vapors Independent Music Festival will be March 20-23 this year, with one key difference: the opening reception will be a double feature that's an Arkansas premiere. by Cassidy Kendall The Sentinel-Record
Arkansas lottery chief opposes 'amusement machines' effort LITTLE ROCK -- The head of Arkansas' lottery on Friday said he opposes a measure a group is trying to get on the ballot that would allow thousands of coin-operated "amusement machines" around the state to raise money for the lottery program. by ANDREW DeMILLO The Associated Press
Former janitor in Little Rock FBI office gets 3 years for obstruction LITTLE ROCK -- A former janitor at the FBI office in Little Rock was sentenced to more than three years in prison for taking a picture of a drug-trafficking chart and sharing it with one of the targets in the investigation. by THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Devices found in missiles, Yemen drones link Iran to attacks DUBAI, United Arab Emirates -- A small instrument inside the drones that targeted the heart of Saudi Arabia's oil industry and those in the arsenal of Yemen's Houthi rebels match components recovered in downed Iranian drones in Afghanistan and Iraq, two reports say. by JON GAMBRELL The Associated Press
Afghan truce worry: 1 militant could threaten peace process WASHINGTON -- Hopes for ending America's longest war hinge on maintaining a weeklong fragile truce in Afghanistan that U.S. officials and experts agree will be difficult to assess and fraught with pitfalls. by LOLITA C. BALDOR The Associated Press
Yemen's Houthi rebels impeding UN aid flow, demand a cut Yemen's Houthi rebels have blocked half of the United Nations' aid delivery programs in the war-torn country -- a strong-arm tactic to force the agency to give them greater control over the massive humanitarian campaign, along with a cut of billions of dollars in foreign assistance, according to aid officials and internal documents obtained by The Associated Press. by MAGGIE MICHAEL The Associated Press
US, Taliban truce takes effect, setting stage for peace deal ISLAMABAD -- A temporary truce between the United States and the Taliban took effect on Friday, setting the stage for the two sides to sign a peace deal next week aimed at ending 18 years of war in Afghanistan and bringing U.S. troops home. by KATHY GANNON and MATTHEW LEE The Associated Press
Computer scientist who pioneered 'copy' and 'paste' dies NEW YORK -- Larry Tesler, the Silicon Valley pioneer who created the now-ubiquitous computer concepts such as "cut," "copy" and "paste," has died. He was 74. by THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Now is time to digitize video from old tapes No more VCRs means the time to transfer tapes to DVD is now, and The Photo Finishers does it locally, right here in Hot Springs.
Sunday's Letters to the editor Streets not a priority
COLUMN: A -beep- in every pot There was a baby shower conducted recently here at The Sentinel-Record. The thing that stood out to me was how many --Awwws- were streaming from that room. Every few minutes another loud chorus of --Awwws- would reverberate around the office. As each new baby item was revealed it was met with a refrain of --Awwws-.
A good book Abby Parris, a fourth-grade student at Magnet Cove Elementary, curls up with a good book in the library on a cold, rainy day.
Homecoming maids Lake Hamilton High School held its basketball homecoming on Feb. 4. The 2020 basketball homecoming maids are front, from left, Kannyn Wasson, Elizabeth Turner, Hannah Kirk, Kaitlyn Stoker, Anna Styers, Jessica Jennings, Aaliyah Gray and Elaina Willey, second row, from left, Brooklyn Inscore, Lindsey Jordan, Destiny Moore, Katherin Scalzo, Mallory Mitchell, Lauren Louton, Amy Cofar, Tyanna Lindsey and Melody Steier, third row, from left, Abby McMahan, Cassidy Griffin, Raylee Brown, Brianna Tracy-Withers, Magaly Arvizu, Abbygaile Frederick Tess Butler, Autumn Woods and Merina Ray, fourth row, from left, Ellie Hortman, Abigaile Osborne, Jasmine Maldonado, Risa Richens, Chrystiana Webb, Tia Mulleniz, Sarah Osburn, and Colleen Miller and fifth row, from left, Emily Ward, Chloe Mayhood, Denisha Gui, Hayleigh Wyrick, Kimberly Trejo, and Melanie Trejo. Not pictured are Kailey Haak, Natalie Tedder, Hannah Sparks and Karlee Dixon.
Saturday Datebook Civic Clubs Fraternal Order of Eagles No. 4369, 817 Hobson Ave., is having an open grill from 5:30-7 p.m. today, serving a choice of burgers, fries, onion rings, chicken strips or shrimp baskets. The public is welcome to attend. Call 501-318-1599 or 501-922-2988, for more information. Support groups Narcotics Anonymous meets at noon and 8 p.m. today at 919 Hobson Ave. This is a 12-step recovery program for people for whom drugs have become a major problem. The Helpline number is 501-321-8700.
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Woman who reports home invasion arrested for public intox, false alarm A local woman was arrested Thursday morning on a felony charge of communicating a false alarm after allegedly calling 911 to report a home invasion that didn't happen and then reportedly admitting she was using meth. by Steven Mross
Operation Who's Next? nets 65 arrests A nine-month investigation initiated by the local drug task force and other agencies beginning in June 2019 dubbed Operation Who's Next? resulted in 65 arrests related to meth distribution and firearms violations, Prosecuting Attorney Michelle Lawrence announced Friday. by staff reports