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January 24th, 2014

When is it too cold to go outdoors?

January 24, 2014

­Recess is a favorite part of school for students, but when is it too cold for those youngsters to go outdoors and enjoy fresh air and sunlight? There’s no law that determines this, but all area schools have established guidelines for deciding when it’s just too cold for recess.

January 23rd

Putting pen to paper - literally; beginners get writer’s block too

January 23, 2014

Can you have “writer’s block” if you are not said writer? Yes, yes you can. Take it from me. We have started doing this thing in our editorial department where everyone gets to write a column...that includes myself. I would say I am not a writer by nature. I have taken all kinds of English/writing classes but that does not make me any more prepared for this. I journal often, that consists of a lot of gibberish, free form, whatever I want to say and no sense has to come from it. Once again, does not prepare me for this.

January 6th

Arkansas farm and grain commodities report

January 6, 2014

Soybean Comment
Soybean futures collapsed yesterday on news that Argentina received beneficial rains this week. March has violated trendline support near $12.70. Additional support is seen between $12.56 and $12.33. Longer-term the market will begin to become more focused on the 2014 U.S. crop. The current ratio for corn and soybean prices is at 2.5, anything above a 2.2 favors planting more soybeans.
Wheat Comment

January 2nd

Our Community

January 2, 2014

READ Program/Literacy Council of Hot Spring County, Inc. accepted a check for $250 from Diamond Lakes Federal Credit Union for Fall fundraisers. From left, Patsy Leshay Dixon and Jaeson Riggan accept the check for READ by DLFCU’s Debbie Wheatley-Goodwin and Jamie Brown.

December 23rd, 2013

Saturday, Dec. 21

December 23, 2013

Eagerly anticipating my trip to WMS

Later today I will be at War Memorial Stadium in Little Rock to cover the Class 3A state championship game between the Glen Rose Beavers and the Charleston Tigers.
This will be my third trip to the Little Rock stadium for a state championship game, previously getting to go to the 2011 4A title game between Malvern and Pulaski Academy and the 2012 3A championship game between Glen Rose and Harding Academy.

Grab December 21 edition for the rest of the story…

Santa delivers gifts

Saturday, Dec. 21

December 23, 2013


Santa delivers gifts

Poyen Elementary
to receive cash award

TV show to help solve local murders


Stores plan 100-hour shopping marathon

Weather threatens to alter holiday travel plans

Santa scares NH school

Man arrested trying to trade gator for beer


Eagerly anticipating my trip to WMS

Lady Leopards finish tournament strong

ASU hires UNC offensive coordinator

November 13th

Baptist sub-lease approved

November 13, 2013

Nearly a year ago, the Hot Spring County Medical Center approached the Quorum Court asking them to continue the current 1/2 cent sales tax, which will sunset on Dec. 31.
After the bill was passed, the hospital asked for the bill be set for a longer time period. They also went before the Quorum Court asking for its approval of the hospital entering into a partnership with Baptist Health.
Hot Spring County Medical Center cited several reasons for the partnership. The main being upcoming medical cost cuts.
The tax continuation for 20 years was approved by voters in August.

Baptist Health announces patnership agreement for HSCMC

November 13, 2013

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — Baptist Health announced that it will begin a long-term lease agreement with Hot Spring County Medical Center in Malvern, on Jan. 1. At that time the hospital will be named Baptist Health Medical Center-Hot Spring County and will become Baptist Health’s eighth hospital.

November 7th

Manhunt in Caddo Valley nets no results

November 7, 2013

CADDO VALLEY — A seven-hour manhunt for a suspect who highjacked a car in Little Rock ended Wednesday without success. However, the investigation as to who was responsible for the carjacking continued Thursday morning.

The suspect, identified as a black male wearing a black hooded sweatshirt and black pants, was "nowhere to be found," Cpl. Sam Hart of the Arkansas State Police said Thursday morning. Authorities still do not know the suspect's identity.

October 29th

Help is on the way

October 29, 2013

She would have done it for any of us, and probably did for some of us. Nevertheless, all the things that she did do for folks around here was very evident as the line during visitation showed. A lot of family and friends found out for the first time what she had quietly done for others over the years.
Her helping hands were never for her glory. She knew her time here on earth was short and part of her blessing was to be able to take care of her family’s future without her. She had time to say good-bye and prepare those that she loved for a life without a mother, wife and daughter.

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