March 23, 2020 – The Hot Springs/Garland County COVID-19 Task Force met this morning, March 23, 2020, to continue to coordinate efforts in what is anticipated to be a continued rise in coronavirus cases. National authorities agree
March 20, 2020 – With the coronavirus (COVID-19) in Garland County, the Hot Springs Utilities Department would like to remind our homebound residents of the dangers of flushing disinfecting wipes down their commodes. That also goes for
March 19, 2020 — Preparations are being made for drive-thru clinics for patient evaluations, as well as a local COVID-19 hotline, in Hot Springs and Garland County as a part of unified efforts to locally mitigate
The First Ever Second Annual World’s Shortest St. Patrick’s Zero K race has leapfrogged over St. Paddy’s Day and sprinted to a new date: May 30. And it will be held in conjunction with the world-famous Stueart
Work begins Monday (February 10) on a new trail that will connect the Park Avenue Community in the northern part of Hot Springs to the phenomenally popular Northwoods Trail System. The project is a $104,000 grant from
According to a market study on the property that was formerly home to the Majestic Hotel, a thermal water complex and hotel would be the best future land uses, followed by a public easement, retail and restaurant.
HOT SPRINGS – The City of Hot Springs welcomes Kevin Brownlee as Deputy City Manager (DCM), effective January 6, 2020. Brownlee was appointed by City Manager Bill Burrough following a national search with Burrough, Minnie Lennox, Lance
Hanamaki High School Baseball Team Will Visit Hot Springs, Official Birthplace of Major League Baseball Spring Training, Play Exhibition Game With High Schoolers From Spa City Hot Springs’ international recognition as the Birthplace of Major League Baseball Spring Training