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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KHSB banquet features People’s Choice Award winners, sustainability speaker

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By Cathy Nelson

HOT SPRINGS - Beth-Anne Ferley, who is the Sustainability Coordinator for Rapid City Solid Waste Division, was the featured speaker for the Keep Hot Springs Beautiful (KHSB) Banquet that was held at the Red Rock River Resort on Saturday, Nov. 3. She shed new light on all that a recycling center can provide for both children and adults. From teaching art  to children using recycled items to making compost and applying for grants that are available from the Department of...

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Evans Apartments receiving some exterior improvements

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By Brett Nachtigall

Publisher

HOT SPRINGS – One of Hot Springs’ most recognizable landmarks received some external impovements recently, as different crews over the past couple of weeks replaced the deteriorating stairs and also repointed the sandstone brickwork on the retaining wall surrounding the Evans Apartments along North River Street.

Director of the Hot Springs Housing and Redevelopment Commission Greg Foust said all of the work being done currently is from a windfall of excess...

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A sigh of relief...Tyrel Tanner receives double lung transplant

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By Savanna Simmons

EDGEMONT – For 23-year-old Tyrel Tanner, 45 percent lung function is a vast improvement, especially when he was breathing at about 15 percent lung function before his double lung transplant on Oct. 15. He has dealt with Cystic Fibrosis, a genetic disease that clouds the lungs with mucus, making it hard to breathe and perform simple tasks. It can also affect the pancreas and liver, and also cause diabetes, none of which has affected Tyrel.

“You can just see, week to week...

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