Tax rebate ordinance again discussed by city council

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By Brett Nachtigall

Publisher

HOT SPRINGS – In addition to accepting a demolition bid for the Wesch-Oak building (see story page A1), the Hot Springs City Council also covered a wide range of other topics at their March 16 meeting, including the First Reading of a revised Ordinance 1226, which repeals a tax rebate that was passed in 2018. The discretionary tax rebate Ordinance 1187 of 2018 allowed those who were undertaking new construction or remodeling projects of at least $5,000 to not pay...

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Evans Tenant Council to begin resident garden

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Photo by Charity Maness/Fall River County Herald-Star

Hal Glanville and Robin Anderson, President and Vice President Evans Tenant Council, are excited about the new resident garden project beginning this spring.

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By Charity Maness

HOT SPRINGS – The Evans Apartments Tenant Council President Hal Glanville and Vice President Robin Anderson say they are both excited to break ground on the planned new residents’ garden in Hot Springs, thanks to an anonymous...

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Casting Vets help brighten winter days with outings on ice

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TOP LEFT: Joey Kruse with On Fish TV helps pull a 39-inch Northern Pike out of the ice for local angler Bob Miller (holding the pole) during a Casting Vets event at Pactola on Feb. 20.

FAR RIGHT: Local veteran Julie Schaffner and Bob Miller hold up the 39-inch Northern Pike they caught at Pactola on Feb. 20 during a Casting Vets event. Also pictured (bottom left) are veterans Melvin Leroy, Julius ‘JJ’ Johnson and JR Schaffner with some of their slightly smaller, but still proud...

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Unlikely discovery gives family a small piece of a lost loved one

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Eva Nyquist is pictured here with a photo of her late brother Brian Evans whose lost class ring was found by Joe Atterberry a couple of weeks ago.

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By Eric Harrold

Staff Writer

EDGEMONT – You’ve probably heard of a ‘needle in a haystack’, but not likely a ‘ring in a rubble pile’. That’s what Joe Atterberry found when he flipped over a piece of concrete in the 5th Avenue residence he purchased four months ago and was cleaning up. Much...

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Hot Springs recognizes its Teachers of the Year

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LEFT: Koreen Hammel (left) is presented the Hot Springs Teacher of the Year trophy by School Board Vice President Nikki Shaw. TOP RIGHT: High School Principal Troy Lurz (left) presents the Secondary School Teacher of the Year trophy to Kim Thomspon. BOTTOM RIGHT: School Board member Frances Stokes (left) presents a special recognition to longtime classified staff member Laura Marchant.

(Photos by Brett Nachtigall/Fall River County Herald-Star)

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