Hope Works: City sees multiple benefits from new anti-poverty project Litter has been removed from public rights of way, and the homeless and indigent are earning a minimum wage. But the city said the Hope Works pilot program it began in earnest this fall is providing a more profound public good than litter abatement and job creation. by David Showers 4 hrs. ago
Thankful in a pandemic: Couple cope with pandemic as parents, businessmen The pandemic has acted as a quadruple threat to the lives of local couple Stephen and Eddie Inman-Crawley, but in making it through the past eight months the two have learned to live in love, happiness and thankfulness. by Cassidy Kendall 4 hrs. ago
Princess Debutante Scholarship set to launch locally in January After years of planning, a new debutante scholarship program will launch in Hot Springs in January, following an information session on Dec. 5. by Tanner Newton 4 hrs. ago
Fleeing felon on parole who prompted manhunt appears in court A habitual offender who was out on parole and being sought on multiple felony warrants when he was arrested Friday after a brief manhunt pleaded not guilty to all the charges Monday in Garland County District Court. by Steven Mross 4 hrs. ago
COVID-19 update: Watch attendance at holiday gatherings As a service to our readers, The Sentinel-Record publishes updates released by the city of Hot Springs and the state of Arkansas. 4 hrs. ago
WATCH: State Rep. Warren recalls experience with COVID-19 State Rep. Les Warren, R-District 25, the president of Hot Springs Title Company, recently spoke with The Sentinel-Record about his experiences and take-aways after a COVID-19 outbreak in his office back in the spring. by Tyler Wann 1 day ago
COVID-19 update: State expects first vaccine allotments by end of year As a service to our readers, The Sentinel-Record publishes updates released by the city of Hot Springs and the state of Arkansas. 1 day ago
Princess Debutante Scholarship set to launch locally in January After years of planning, a new debutante scholarship program will launch in Hot Springs in January, following an information session on Dec. 5. by Tanner Newton
Police log Nov. 24
Sen. Alexander nears finish line of decades in public office NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- More than four decades ago, Lamar Alexander won a ticket to the governor's mansion after he walked more than 1,000 miles around Tennessee in a plaid shirt and hiking boots. He spent the night with 73 families and called his campaign headquarters from payphones. by The Associated Press
Trump administration denies permit for planned mine near Alaska fishery ANCHORAGE, Alaka -- The Trump administration on Wednesday effectively killed a contentious proposed mine in Alaska, a gold and copper prospect once envisioned to be nearly as deep as the Grand Canyon and could produce enough waste to fill an NFL stadium nearly 3,900 times -- all near the headwaters of the world's largest sockeye salmon fishery. by The Associated Press
Global push aims to end domestic violence, worse amid COVID-19 BRUSSELS -- In a global push to end violence against women, activists held rallies Wednesday and world leaders called for action to stop the abuse, which has worsened because of the coronavirus pandemic this year. by The Associated Press
UN agency: Israel's Gaza blockade has devastated economy JERUSALEM -- Israel's blockade of the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip has cost the seaside territory as much as $16.7 billion in economic losses and sent poverty and unemployment skyrocketing, a U.N. report said Wednesday, as it called on Israel to lift the closure. by The Associated Press
Ga. Sen. Perdue boosts wealth with well-timed stock trades THE ASSOCIATED PRESS by The Associated Press
Picture of US economy is worrisome as virus inflicts damage WASHINGTON -- Gripped by the accelerating viral outbreak, the U.S. economy is under pressure from persistent layoffs, diminished income and nervous consumers, whose spending is needed to drive a recovery from the pandemic. by The Associated Press
No. 14 Arkansas picks up steam in blowout FAYETTEVILLE -- Mike Neighbors said his team struggled with opening-game jitters early. by Paul Boyd
Ravens-Steelers game moved from Thursday night to Sunday The Thanksgiving night game between the Ravens and Steelers has been switched to Sunday afternoon because of coronavirus issues with Baltimore. by The Associated Press
Hot Springs, Ark.: A great place to live This will be my final article in the "Amateur Historian" monthly series that I have been writing over the last three years. After publishing 37 articles on various topics about Hot Springs history I have run out of ideas. Permit me to finish this series on a sentimental note. by Clay Farrar
Don't get crossways with the crosswords As most of us attempt to follow health guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and other medical professionals, there is an ongoing need to feel a sense of accomplishment.
Religion digest Christian Science
'Sometimes I need to cry' Now when Mary came to where Jesus was and saw him, she fell at his feet, saying to him, "Lord, if you had been here, my brother would not have died." When Jesus saw her weeping, and the Jews who had come with her also weeping, he was deeply moved in his spirit and greatly troubled. And he said, "Where have you laid him?" They said to him, "Lord, come and see." Jesus wept. So the Jews said, "See how he loved him!"
School news: PEO grants PEO Chapter BJ recently presented Program for Continuing Education grants. The grants are for adult women wanting to continue their education.
School news: HSSD donation WoodmenLife Chapter 6005 of Hot Springs provided a $1,000 donation to Hot Springs School District students on Aug. 28.
Police log Nov. 24
Fleeing felon on parole who prompted manhunt appears in court A habitual offender who was out on parole and being sought on multiple felony warrants when he was arrested Friday after a brief manhunt pleaded not guilty to all the charges Monday in Garland County District Court. by Steven Mross