Fire devastates four downtown businesses

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Photo by Brett Nachtigall/Fall River County Herald-Star

A ladder truck sprays water onto the burning roof of The Vault building in downtown Hot Springs at around 10:30 p.m. on Monday night, Feb. 17. Additional photos of the fire submitted to the newspaper by eye witnesses can be seen in this week's print edition as well as videos of the fire on the Herald-Star's Facebook page. Please see next week’s edition of the printed newspaper for more photos and information.

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‘An interesting snapshot in time’

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Photo by Brett Nachtigall/Fall River County Herald-Star

Hot Springs Librarian Dawn Johnson goes through a box of Fall River County Assessor Records from the 1970s and 80s and holds up one of the hundreds of parcel cards featuring a photo and details about the property. Anyone interested in taking home the old parcel card from their current or former property within the county is invited to go to the library.

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Old assessors records of Fall River County property now...

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Board accepts Weiss resignation, rescinds previous non-renewal

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Beef To Schools program discussed for Hot Springs School District

By Brett Nachtigall

Publisher

HOT SPRINGS – The Hot Springs School Board had only two main items under New Business for their Monday, Feb. 10 meeting agenda – to accept the resignation of High School Principal Mary Weiss and then to rescind the renewal of her contract passed at last month’s meeting.

Board President Bob Preuss read the resignation letter on behalf of Weiss, which simply stated: “Please accept my resignation...

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Sew… a needle pulling thread in Edgemont, is an occasion for gathering

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Photo by Eric Harrold/Fall River County Herald-Star

Pictured from left: Jean Witt, Earleene Kellogg, Pam Arnold, Marty Knutson, Dianna Carr, and Suzanne Embree. These ladies represent the larger group of participants who make up the eclectic sewing enthusiasts that meet regularly at Nuts and Bolts Fabric shop in Edgemont.

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By Eric Harrold

Staff Writer

EDGEMONT – If you drop in on Nuts and Bolts Fabric Shop, located in downtown Edgemont on a Tuesday or Friday, you’ll likely...

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Golden West hosts Hot Springs Open House about ‘Fiber to the Home’

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This map provided by Golden West shows their estimated project area for “Fiber to the Home” in Hot Springs for 2020.

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HOT SPRINGS -- Golden West Telecommunications employees shared details about the continued Fiber to the Home (FTTH) project that will be completed in the town of the Hot Springs at an open house at the Mueller Center on February 4.

“We look forward to finishing the installation in Hot Springs,” said Greg Oleson, Golden West’s Director of Member Services...

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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...

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