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September 17, 2020 – Ten images of original art by Arkansas artists have been selected with the theme Art Moves depicting physical, natural, and social movement. The artwork has been reproduced on 30 x 40-inch metal sheets
September 15, 2020 – At this point in the pandemic, school superintendents across Garland County are more concerned that the quarantining of teachers and bus drivers could force a change to virtual learning more so than
August 14, 2020 – At the Hot Springs/Garland County COVID-19 Task Force virtual meeting on August 10, Garland County Health Officer Dr. Gene Shelby said the COVID-19 numbers from the week of August 2-9 look better, and
August 6, 2020 – COVID-19 numbers from Garland County for the week of July 2 – August 2 do show some “positive aspects compared to the previous two weeks” as new cases seem to be “leveling off,”
August 3, 2020 – The City of Hot Springs Police Department and the Garland County Sheriff’s Department work hand-in-hand to protect and serve our citizens. Enforcement of the governor’s executive order and the Arkansas Department of Health’s
June 29, 2020 — The 15th Annual edition of the Stueart Pennington World Championship Running Of The Tubs bathtub races scheduled for July 11 was postponed Monday until 2021 because of the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic, organizers announced.
June 29, 2020 New cases down for 5th consecutive day, but Arkansas crosses the 20,000 total case mark. Here is the recap from today’s briefing: • There were 439 new Covid-19 cases in the past 24 hours,
June 22, 2020 – The City of Hot Springs and Scenic Hill Solar will host a groundbreaking ceremony for the first of multiple power plant sites in Hot Springs on Thursday, June 25 at 1:00 PM.
June 16, 2020 – With a one-week jump from six active cases to 26, Garland County is trending in the wrong direction; but the area’s increase in cases has not translated to a rise in COVID-19-related hospitalizations.