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Updated 12:00 a.m., Sun July 27, 2014

John Hogan

New NPCC president steps in, ready for a few curveballs

The recent journey from Columbus, Indiana, to Hot Springs was not the first trip to Arkansas for John Hogan and his family, but this one was different because this time, they were moving to stay. “This must be the most welcoming place in the universe,” said Hogan, who is the new president of National Park Community College in Garland County. “I’ve been lots of places, but I have never received a warmer welcome than we have gotten here.”... READ MORE

Kai Coggin: Poet finds her work flows well from Hot Springs By WAYNE BRYAN

Almost every Wednesday night, Kai Coggin of Hot Springs can be found downtown on Central Avenue working in her chosen profession.

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