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'THV in Your Town' comes to Hot Springs

'THV in Your Town' comes to Hot Springs

HOT SPRINGS, Ark. (KTHV) -- The 'THV in Your Town' tour is coming to Hot Springs!

We'll be at the scenic Hill Wheatley Plaza located on Central Avenue.This historic area is named for one of the city's most noted philanthropists. Steve Arrison of the Convention and Visitors' Bureau will share some of that history with us, as well as what it's like to live, work and play in the Spa City.

Also, Mayor Ruth Carney will make an appearance to tell us what's going down in her town.

We'll hear from the folks at the Mid-America Science Museum, and be awed by the lights at Garvin Gardens.

Join us Wednesday for THV in Your Town on "Today's THV" and todaysthv.com!

 

Rep. Ross to help deliver 'Meals on Wheels'

Rep. Ross to help deliver 'Meals on Wheels'

WHAT:

U.S. Congressman Mike Ross of Prescott will help distribute meals as part of the Garland County Mercy Meals on Wheels program.

 

WHEN:

Wednesday, November 23, 2011

9:00 a.m.

 

WHERE:

Hot Springs Senior Center

210 Woodbine

Hot Springs, Ark.

Historic football rivalry presented by St. Joseph’s Mercy

Historic football rivalry presented by St. Joseph’s Mercy

ARKADELPHIA, Ark. -- Two of the region’s most long-standing traditions will come together on Saturday, November 12 as St. Joseph’s Mercy presents the 85th Battle of the Ravine.

St. Joseph’s Mercy was founded by the Sisters of Mercy in Hot Springs in 1888. Just seven years later, in 1885, Henderson State and Ouachita Baptist played football for the first time in Arkadelphia.

They’ll meet for the 85th time at 1 p.m. Saturday at A.U. Williams Field on the Ouachita Baptist campus in Arkadelphia. Each team has 39 victories in the series with six games finishing tied.

The Mercy Battle of the Ravine is one of the most unique rivalries in all of sports with the Henderson State and Ouachita Baptist campuses separated by only U.S. Highway 67 in Arkadelphia. It’s the only college football game in America in which the visiting team walks to a road game.

The announcement was made on Nov. 7 at St.

Campbell and LRFW models to participate in charity fashion event for war vets

Campbell and LRFW models to participate in charity fashion event for war vets

Compassionate Warriors, a non-profit organization made up of women who have had loved ones that are military veterans die from cancer or are living with the disease, is presenting a fashion glamarama. The event is taking place Sunday, October 30 at the Clinton Presidential Library, located at 1200 President Clinton Ave. in Little Rock, starts at 2 p.m. 

The fashion event will highlight military era past and present  to raise support  and dramatize the needs of veterans who have died and dying with cancer, starting with the public awareness. Models will wear clothes from the 40s, 50s, 60s, and 70s.

Brandon D. Campbell, the founder and executive producer of the Little Rock Fashion Week, will be the emcee and will feature a couple of LRFW's professional models Darria Johnson and Hannah Dillon.