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Solo exhibition during March at Justus - The Sentinel-Record
Justus Fine Art Gallery, 827-A Central Ave., will feature a solo exhibition of Robyn Horn's wood sculptures and mixed media paintings during the month of March. Get started in less than 60 seconds. Pick a plan below to sign up. More than 35,000 people read ...
Anniversary of Majestic Hotel fire commemorated - The Sentinel-Record
A small group of people turned out in frigid temperatures Friday night for several events held to commemorate the anniversary of the fire that destroyed the "yellow brick building" of the Majestic Hotel complex, leaving behind a pile of rubble along Park ...
'For the Majestic, One Year After the Fire' - The Sentinel-Record
EDITOR'S NOTE: The following poem was read at Friday's luminary by Kai Coggin, a Hot Springs poet. Coggin is a teaching artist with the Arkansas Arts Council and the author of "Periscope Heart." It is one of two pieces of poetry published today in memory ...
'Ultimate challenge' next for Hogs at UK - The Sentinel-Record
FAYETTEVILLE -- Comparing the Arkansas Razorbacks to the Kentucky Wildcats, Kentucky is taller, deeper, more talented, higher pedigreed, undefeated and ranked No. 1 nationally and, of course, in the Southeastern Conference. Get started in less than 60 seconds.
Blakely Dam Road fire - The Sentinel-Record
Mountain Pine Fire Department firefighter Richard Lobbs works to extinguish a fire while assisting the Piney Fire Department Friday on Blakely Dam Road. The fire at the single-story structure was called in around 10:30 a.m. and was fully engulfed when ...
Military exercise rattles residents - The Sentinel-Record
An unannounced nighttime military training operation in Garland County Thursday night alarmed some residents due to aircraft flying at what some people said was just above the tree tops. Get started in less than 60 seconds. Pick a plan below to sign up.
State OKs measures urging balanced budget amendment - The Sentinel-Record
LITTLE ROCK -- Similar proposals aimed at forcing a constitutional convention for a federal balanced budget amendment advanced to the Arkansas House for a vote Friday, with opponents questioning the need for such a move. Get started in less than 60 seconds.
Man allegedly threatens store employees with gun - The Sentinel-Record
A Hot Springs man was arrested Thursday and charged with aggravated robbery, a felony punishable by up to life in prison, when he mentioned having a gun at a store. Get started in less than 60 seconds. Pick a plan below to sign up. More than 35,000 people ...
Partial shutdown? House rejects Homeland Security funding - The Sentinel-Record
WASHINGTON -- The rebellious Republican-controlled House unexpectedly voted down short-term funding for the Homeland Security Department late Friday, increasing the prospect of a partial shutdown at midnight of an agency with major anti-terrorism ...
Trojans' offense too much for Lakeside - The Sentinel-Record
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In the Old Hotel for the Majestic, 1893-2014 - The Sentinel-Record
1. She doesn't check in, but sneaks. (There is no one behind the front desk anyway.) She takes the stairs, slowly, keeping close to the side, where the wood bears her weight without peril. Get started in less than 60 seconds. Pick a plan below to sign up.
Migrations settle differences without conflict for Amish - The Sentinel-Record
YODER, Kan. -- Driving the pony cart along a Reno County road, Galen Yoder was headed to school with two rosy-cheeked, white-capped young girls by his side. Get started in less than 60 seconds. Pick a plan below to sign up. More than 35,000 people read The ...
Saturday's Datebook - The Sentinel-Record
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 Help Line number is 321-8700. Alcoholics Anonymous meets at noon and 8 p.m ...
One year later: Fire became 'rallying cry' for downtown redevelopment - The Sentinel-Record
One year later, rubble from the oldest portion of the Majestic Hotel remains piled along Park Avenue on the anniversary of the fire that consumed the structure and became a "rallying cry" for downtown redevelopment. Get started in less than 60 seconds.
Annual Have a HeART for Art exhibition set - The Sentinel-Record
The seventh annual Have a HeART for Art competition and exhibition will be at 5:30 p.m. March 6 in Emergent Arts, 341 Whittington Ave. Works will be on display through March 15. The event is free and open to the public. Get started in less than 60 seconds.