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Hot Springs Board of Directors Condemn Majestic Hotel Complex

Hot Springs Board of Directors Condemn Majestic Hotel Complex
The Majestic Hotel in Hot Springs, as it looked this time last year.

Hot Springs officials have greenlighted a resolution to condemn several remaining structures of the Majestic Hotel complex, which burned down more than a year ago.
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Saline Memorial Breaks Ground on Bryant Campus

The campus will be called the Saline Memorial Bryant Medical Campus. It will be located at the intersection of Market Place Drive and Highway 5, just north of the Ashley Furniture Home Store and Wal-Mart in Bryant.
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Arkansas Senate OKs Setting Up Commission for Title Insurers

The Arkansas Senate is backing a proposal to set up a new commission that would supervise the title insurance business.
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