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Everyone, if you are like me, this weekend starts your favorite time of year. With summer comes plenty of lake time but also floating our local rivers like the Ouachita. Starting this weekend Entergy will begin its annual recreational releases supporting a float on the Ouachita River beginning at Remmel Dam and typically ending at the Malvern White Water park.
This is a great float for a variety of skill levels with flows suitable for tubes, canoes and kayaks. This year, we will begin these weekend releases starting at noon and running at least until 5 pm be prepared to be off the river with in two hours of the end of the releases from the dam. Also note that the vehicle gate to the launch site below Remmel Dam closes each night by 10pm. Anyone/vehicle locked behind the gate will need to contact the Hot Spring County Sheriff's office for gate assistance.
For river info and other recreational information please visit: www.entergy.com/recreation
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State Police AwardsToday at the Arkansas State Police annual awards ceremony, Governor Asa Hutchinson presented the 2018 Distinguished Service Award to Sergeant Keith Prince and Corporal Jack Seely, for their actions on April 1, 2018 concerning the shooting of Trooper Sheldon. It was a great honor and well deserved.
Thank you Sergeant Prince and Corporal Seely.