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AGFC set to tag 71 prize fish for HS challenge
The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission will tag the 71 prize fish for the Eighth Annual Hot Springs Fishing Challenge on April 29 at the Andrew H. Hulsey State Fish Hatchery on Lake Hamilton, Visit Hot Springs said Tuesday.
Family concerned after finding shell casings near home in Hot Springs
HOT SPRINGS, Ark.-A Hot Springs family shaken up after finding shell casings just feet away from their home. Hot Springs police say they received several calls on Friday about shots fired near the intersection of Wren and Bloom street.
CADC board meeting in Benton
The Board of Directors of Central Arkansas Development Council will have a board meeting at 10 a.m. Saturday, April 27 at the CADC Administrative Office, 321 Edison Avenue, Benton.
District judge, prosecuting attorney vie for judgeship
Candidates for the Arkansas Court of Appeals District 4, Position 2 include Stephanie Potter Barrett of Miller County and District Judge Emily White of Hot Spring County. Their election will be March 3, 2020. The office serves 15 counties along the western part of the state including Sebastian, Loga
City condemns 12 vacant properties
The Hot Springs Board of Directors ratified condemnation resolutions for 12 vacant properties last week, the final stage of a process the city's chief building official said can take up to more than a decade to reach.
Malvern Animal Shelter asking public to adopt, foster 7 pups before euthanization
According to Malvern Animal Shelter, they are temporarily closing due to unforeseen circumstances. However, there are seven remaining pups, and the shelter is asking for anyone to consider adopting or fostering one or more of these pups.
Taylor throws second consecutive one-hitter
It was the second straight one-hitter for Lexy Taylor as the De Queen softball team topped visiting Malvern 6-0 April 16. Tatyana Tramble swung De Queen’s big bat. The senior had a home run, a single and three runs batted in.
Triple-homicide trial underway in Hot Springs
HOT SPRINGS -- The trial of a man charged with three counts of capital murder in the 2017 shooting deaths of a man and two women began Monday in Garland County Circuit Court. Nicholas Matthew Lewondowski, 35, of Hot Springs has remained in custody without bail since his arrest Dec. 6, 2017. He faces
Meter reader reports assault, robbery Friday
A meter reader was reportedly attacked and robbed Friday afternoon while checking a meter at a local residence, according to a Garland County sheriff's incident report. The victim, 20, of Hot Springs, an employee of Olameter Corp., told investigators that around 4:30 p.m. Friday he was checking a me
Bethel girls wrap up 2019 season at Lakeside
HOT SPRINGS — The final track meet of the middle school season was held on Monday at Hot Springs Lakeside and included another strong performance from the Lady Hornets of Bethel Middle School.
Meek signing new book at Voice office today
Jeff Meek with be at the Hot Springs Village Voice office today from 10 a.m. until noon and 1 to 2 p.m. to autograph copies of his newly released book on the JFK assassination entitled, “A Lone Gunman?” Copies of the book are $15 each.
Wood-chip fire to continue for days in Hot Spring County
More than a week after a fire broke out at a solid waste facility in Hot Spring County, hundreds of tons of wood chips are expected to continue burning for days, authorities said.
Bethel boys finish strong at season’s final meet
HOT SPRINGS — The Bethel Hornets track team wrapped up their year on Monday at Hot Springs Lakeside. “We finish the year strongly with 19 first place finishes in the meet,” said Bethel coach Colton Bond. “Our seventh grade young men had a great meet with 14 first place finishes and our eigth grade h
Arkansas woman accused of cutting husband’s throat
GARLAND COUNTY — A Mountain Pine woman was arrested Wednesday evening after she allegedly cut her husband’s throat with a knife during an argument at their home. Michelle Dawn Grimmett, 38, was taken into custody near her residence shortly after 5:30 p.m. and charged with first-degree domestic batte
Firemen install, instruct on use of AED
Hot Springs Village Department’s A shift, from left, Jeremy Simmons, Gary Crain, Jason Miller, Bryan Hunt from Cortez Station, came to Great Futures Preschool and installed Great Future’s new automated external defibrillator that was received through a grant written to the Rotary Club of Hot Springs
Teague receives Julian Herring scholarship from HS Flute Ensemble
Flutist Payton Teague recently received a Julian Herring scholarship from the Hot Springs Flute Ensemble. Teague has played with the flute ensemble through junior high, high school, National Park College and is now moving on to the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. She plans to major in Biology
Slender pine slats enclose Evans Tree House in Arkansas by Modus Studio
American firm Modus Studio has used steel and heat-treated pine to build an "alive and mysterious" treehouse in Arkansas. The Evans Tree House is located at Garvan Woodland Gardens, a 210-acre (85-hectare) botanical garden near the town of Hot Springs in central Arkansas. Owned by the University of
5 local families account for biggest blocks of Integrity shares
In the pending sale of Integrity First Bank of Mountain Home to Stuttgarts Farmers and Merchants Bank, five local families with some ancestral overlap account for the largest blocks of share.
Scalise rallies state's Republicans
BENTON -- The U.S. House of Representatives' minority whip called on conservatives to fight for the Republican Party in a speech Tuesday at a Saline County fundraiser. The event, the Lincoln Day Dinner, featured Rep. Steve Scalise, R-La., as its keynote speaker. Steve Lux, the Saline County Republic
Tonight’s Big Red Classic moved back to 7 p.m.
The start time of tonight’s Big Red Classic match-up between the Bryant Hornets and the Benton Panthers at Everett Field in Benton has been moved back to 7 p.m., in order to avoid today’s rains.