Updated 12:00 a.m., Thu October 2, 2014
PHOTO BY: William Harvey

The room was packed for the start of the job fair at the Garland County Library.

Hoping to help

Hundreds look for work at library’s job fair in Hot Springs

There was a line forming at the Garland County Library in Hot Springs on Saturday afternoon. All ages of people, some dressed in business suits and some in shorts, stood in the lobby and outside the front door holding file folders, photocopied papers and, in some cases, their children. At 1 p.m., people began to enter the Gordonelle Williams meeting room at the library for the second annual job fair at the location. Within 10 minutes, m... READ MORE

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