New traffic regulations take effect in Hot Springs

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By Brett Nachtigall

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HOT SPRINGS – New traffic regulations approved by the Hot Springs City Council at their Nov. 5 meeting address resident concerns regarding the overnight parking of oversized vehicles within 100 feet of a residence, the storage of equipment like campers on city streets, as well as the city’s ability to remove vehicles that interfere with snow removal.

City Administrator Kim Barbieri said the primary reason the city began looking at revising and updating the...

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Edgemont students to present ‘Yard Sale’ as school’s Fall Play on Nov. 15-16

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EDGEMONT – Students and staff at Edgemont High School have been busy preparing for their upcoming Fall Play entitled “Yard Sale” by Tim Kelly through Pioneer Drama.

The play will be performed next week in the Edgemont School gymnasium beginning with a matinee for elementary students on Wednesday, Nov. 14, with public performances at 7 p.m. on Thursday and Friday, Nov. 15-16. Desserts will be available at intermission as a fundraiser for the junior class.

Co-Directors are Becky Harding and...

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HSHS Drama Department to present the Fall Play entitled 'Half-Frozen' on Nov. 15-16

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HOT SPRINGS – The Hot Springs High School Drama Department will present their Fall Play next week on Thursday and Friday, Nov. 15-16, at the Mueller Civic Center beginning at 7 p.m. both nights.

This year's play is entitled Half-Frozen, by Craig Sodaro and published by Eldridge Plays and Musicals. It is being directed by Marilyn Rowley, who is assisted by Bre Messerole.

Cast members include Wyatt Ellis (Winki), James Jensen (Dinki), Luke Hayes (Ned), Tanner Olds (King Augustus), Caleb Priem...

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Missouri-based company expressing interest in Workforce Housing plans

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By Brett Nachtigall

Publisher

HOT SPRINGS – A representative with a Missouri-based development company specializing in the construction of workforce housing was in Hot Springs last week and spoke to a group of economic development professionals from the Southern Hills.

And what he had to say was music to the ears of all those in attendance.

The meeting was the quarterly get-together known as SHEDS – Southern Hills Economic Development Summit – where economic development and other business...

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For love of the Bard - Hot Springs Shakespeare Club has roots related to the building of downtown’s Carnegie Library

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By Karen Yekel

HOT SPRINGS -- For centuries, William Shakespeare has been known as “The Bard,” and also “The Bard of Avon,” because he is considered to be the greatest poet that ever lived. Bards are writers of great tribulations, great lives and great passions. These include heroic acts, love stories and stories of war. In this aspect William Shakespeare is very much entitled to be called a Bard. Robert Burns of Scotland was also a famous Bard.

Many of the works of Shakespeare have...

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