Rock Steady Boxing

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Photo by Brett Nachtigall/Fall River County Herald-Star

As certified Rock Steady Boxing (RSB) instructor Elliot Morales looks down at the stop watch on his phone, Harold Printz of Hot Springs makes contact with the punching bag during a recent workout at Health-4-Life. Diagnosed with Parkinson’s less than a year ago, Printz is joined at every RSB workout by his wife Carol who serves as his “corner man” in the program.

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Hot Springs School Principals share thoughts on board’s decision

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By Brett Nachtigall

Publisher

HOT SPRINGS – Hot Springs’ three school principals, who learned last month that their contracts would not be renewed for next year, all say their biggest disappointment of what happened is the process in which the decision was made and then how they learned about it.

High School Principal Mary Weiss, Grade 3-8 Principal Liz Baker and Grade K-2 / Special Ed Director Kelly Bilbrey said in a recent interview that they wish either the school board or Supt. Kevin...

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Edgemont Senior Center jam sessions provide entertainment, gathering venue for area residents

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Frank Gregg (pictured above and also in the far left of this photo) and a host of other musicians provide entertainment at the Edgemont Senior Center on a Sunday afternoon. 

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By Eric Harrold

Staff Writer

EDGEMONT – When Frank Gregg first began organizing jam sessions at the Edgemont Senior Center about two and a half years ago, he had a hunch that it would attract attention from local residents looking for a new and different entertainment option...

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Wesch-Oak building again discussed at City Council meeting

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By Brett Nachtigall

Publisher

HOT SPRINGS – The condemned Wesch-Oak building at 717 North River Street in downtown Hot Springs was once again a topic of discussion at the city council meeting on Monday, Feb. 3.

Prior to Communications from the Public – when Kara Hagen and KC Caruthers were scheduled to speak about the recently revived “Save Our Sandstone” citizens group – Mayor George Kotti provided a brief update from where the discussion left off at the previous council meeting. He said...

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Hot Springs’ connection to Zane Grey

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Photo by Peggy Sanders

Kenny Hargens gave a presentation about his uncle, Charles Hargens, extraordinary artist, at Westerners on January 28. Pictured behind Hargens is his uncle’s painting entitled “The Water Hole,” which is an original oil and is currently for sale at the Morris Grand Gallery in Hot Springs. This painting typifies many of the book and magazine covers created by Hargens, because the West was kept fondly in his heart. 

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