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July 25th

Ark. attorney general warns of phone scams

July 25, 2013

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — Arkansas Attorney General Dustin McDaniel is warning about two phone scams going on in the state.

McDaniel says his office has received a number of reports that people claiming to be with credit card companies or the government are trying to obtain credit card or bank numbers.

McDaniel says one scam involves a person alleging to be with a credit card company and saying the would-be victim's credit cards are locked and that their credit numbers are needed to unlock the cards. He says credit card companies would already know the customers' card number.

July 23rd

“Day in the Life” photos

July 23, 2013

All who brought in photos to the Malvern Daily Record office at 219 Locust Street, may pick them up anytime between the hours of 8 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday through Friday.

July 20th

Ark. agency reviews plan for closed Whirlpool site

July 20, 2013

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — The Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality is reviewing a plan to deal with a degreasing solvent that was detected in groundwater at a recently shuttered Whirlpool plant in Fort Smith.

An environmental consulting firm submitted a final remedy work plan to the state environmental agency this week on behalf of Benton Harbor, Mich.-based Whirlpool Corp.

The plan, which calls for chemical oxidant injections and continued monitoring, comes decades after Whirlpool ceased using trichloroethylene, or TCE, at the Fort Smith site.

July 19th

No burn ban for Hot Spring County

July 19, 2013

Thursday morning Hot Spring County Judge Bill Scrimshire said he would probably know by Friday if he would issue a burn ban for the county. After Thursday's thunderstorms moved through, that decision became easier.

“I talked to people and everybody I talked to said they got some rain at their house,” Scrimshire said Friday. “I just wish we hadn't got some storms. It really downed some trees.”

Scrimshire said he hadn't heard much about damage around the county but a billboard on his property was damaged.

Officials update lawmakers

July 19, 2013

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — State highway officials are updating lawmakers on the road projects that will be funded with a half-cent sales tax that took effect this month.

Arkansas Highway and Transportation Department Director Scott Bennett is scheduled to appear Thursday before a legislative committee to talk about the new road projects. Voters last year approved the tax, which will raise about $1.8 billion during the next decade for the state's highway needs. The half-cent tax increase is set to expire by 2023.

Lifestyle’s Feature submission information

July 19, 2013

“Difference Makers:” Nominate and surprise someone who makes a difference in our community or in your life. We secretly interview family, friends and/or coworkers. Please provide names and numbers or emails of contacts.

“Where Are They Now:” Let us know about someone who has either moved away and is successful in their field or has moved here and had a successful past.

July 18th

Magnet Cove FFA takes a swing at fighting hunger

July 18, 2013

Kristyn Sheets, the agricultural education and FFA teacher at Magnet Cove, is teaching more than farming and ranching. Sheets is teaching self-sufficiency and community service.

“Hunger doesn’t take the summer off so neither are members from the Magnet Cove FFA Chapter,” said Sheets.

For the full story, see Thursday's Malvern Daily Record.

July 17th

Man shot by police in LR

July 17, 2013

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — Authorities say an SUV driven by a man who was fatally shot by Little Rock police wasn't actually stolen, although officers thought it may have been stolen shortly before the driver was killed.

Little Rock Police said Monday that an SUV driven by 26-year-old Deon Williams appeared to match the description of a stolen vehicle.
However, Little Rock Police spokeswoman Sgt. Cassandra Davis said Tuesday that the vehicle wasn't actually stolen.

Authorities say Williams fled from police and produced a gun before an officer shot and killed him.

July 16th

Woman dies of strangulation

July 16, 2013

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — Pulaski County authorities have arrested a man for the strangling death of a woman whose body was found in a wooded area.
Officials say 36-year-old James Clyde Martin is charged with first-degree murder in the death of Robbin Gore.

The Arkansas Democrat-Gazette reports that Martin confessed to striking Gore and fatally strangling her with a belt.

Officials say the body was dumped in woods near the Dixon Manor Mobile Home Park.

A fisherman found the body on Friday. Relatives told authorities that Gore hadn't been heard from since July 4.

Fight brings deputies to lake

July 16, 2013

JONES MILL — A disturbance was reported to the Hot Spring County Sheriff’s Office Friday afternoon at the Remmel Dam Landing in the Jones Mill area.

Deputies on the scene said a fight between two men had heated to the point that one hit the other with a baseball bat.

The men apparently didn’t know each other but got into a confrontation near the pier on Lake Catherine

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