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Lawsuit 'nuclear option' to water impasse - The Sentinel-Record
Garland County Attorney Ralph Ohm said Monday night that litigation to challenge the city's water rate structure would be the "nuclear option." Get started in less than 60 seconds. Pick a plan below to sign up. More than 35,000 people read The Sentinel ...
Math Rams - The Sentinel-Record
Six Lakeside High School students competed in the Regional Arkansas Counsel of Teachers of Mathematics contest at National Park Community College on March 7. Five students placed first, second or third to qualify for the state competition in April. Get ...
HSDFI chairs not seeking re-election - The Sentinel-Record
The two top positions of the Hot Springs Documentary Film Institute's board of directors will be vacant in May. "My term is up and I'm not seeking re-election," Susan Altrui, board chairwoman, said during a phone interview Tuesday. The vice chairman's ...
Alligator confiscated - The Sentinel-Record
Garland County sheriff's Cpl. Fred Hawthorn, left, assists as Arkansas Game and Fish Commission Cpl. Jeremy Whiley places a small American alligator in the back of his vehicle after it was located inside an apartment complex on Akers Road Tuesday. Sheriff ...
International artist brings bold vitality to Legacy - The Sentinel-Record
Get started in less than 60 seconds. Pick a plan below to sign up. More than 35,000 people read The Sentinel-Record each month. Subscribe today to see what you've been missing. Stay InformedKnow more about what’s going on in your neighborhood, Hot ...
Zebras silence Wolves' bats in win - The Sentinel-Record
PEARCY -- Jaylon DeShazier's pitching and Brayden Jones' clutch hitting for Pine Bluff kept Lake Hamilton struggling in early conference baseball. Get started in less than 60 seconds. Pick a plan below to sign up. More than 35,000 people read The Sentinel ...
Sheriff's log - The Sentinel-Record
March 30 Paul Westfall, Pearcy, reported a theft at 197 Martingale St. Missing was a circular saw. Dennis Bosch, 322 Broadview Circle, reported a break-in. Missing were a backpack, metal locks and a weed trimmer. Get started in less than 60 seconds.
A mentor and friend - The Sentinel-Record
I'm usually not one to sit around and feel sorry for myself, but to say the past year has been tough would prove an understatement. Losing my mother to cancer last May was devastating. Little did I know it was just the beginning. Only 10 months later, I ...
Hutchinson vetoes publicity rights bill - The Sentinel-Record
LITTLE ROCK -- A publicity rights bill backed by legendary former Arkansas football coach Frank Broyles became the first veto of the Gov. Asa Hutchinson administration Tuesday. Get started in less than 60 seconds. Pick a plan below to sign up. More than ...
Tennis tutor - The Sentinel-Record
Fountain Lake physical education classes were treated to a special tennis assembly given by Bob Wagstaff, tennis professional at the Coronado Tennis Center in Hot Springs Village, on March 13. Get started in less than 60 seconds. Pick a plan below to sign up.
Wednesday's Datebook - The Sentinel-Record
Civic clubs Hot Springs Lions Club meets at 6:15 p.m. on the first, second and third Thursday of each month at Arlington Resort Hotel & Spa. Visiting Lions and guests are welcome. Call Morris Cash, 623-7723, for information. Scenic 7 Rotary Club will meet ...
Gov. Hutchinson not asking for changes to religion measure - The Sentinel-Record
LITTLE ROCK -- Opponents of an Arkansas "religious freedom" measure that they say will allow widespread discrimination against gays and lesbians filled the state Capitol on Monday to protest the bill as it neared a final vote. Get started in less than 60 ...
Don't make a bad situation worse - The Sentinel-Record
WASHINGTON -- As gung-ho "experts" press President Obama to do this, that or the other in the Middle East, keep a simple rule in mind: Whatever the avid interventionists suggest probably won't work -- and surely will have unintended consequences.
Dwyer named new project manager over three Corps lakes - The Sentinel-Record
Rick Dwyer, former deputy project manager for the Ouachita Project Management Office, has been named the project manager for three U.S. Army Corps of Engineers lakes in Arkansas. Get started in less than 60 seconds. Pick a plan below to sign up. More than ...
Prosecution rests case against Boston Marathon bomber - The Sentinel-Record
BOSTON -- Prosecutors rested their case against Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev on Monday after jurors in his federal death penalty trial saw gruesome autopsy photos and heard a medical examiner describe the devastating injuries suffered by the ...