Arkansas News

Friday, December 2, 2022

Landing plane crashes in Batesville

A plane crashed after landing at a Batesville airport on Tuesday night, authorities said Wednesday. "A Learjet 45 business jet went off the end of the runway and through the airport fence after landing at Batesville Regional Airport in Batesville," Steve Kulm, a spokesman for the Federal Aviation Administration, said in an email to the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette on Wednesday. There were seven people on the plane, Kulm said. The plane had departed from the Waterloo Regional Airport in Iowa, he wrote. A preliminary accident report on the FAA's website listed the crash as having no fatalities. It listed the injury status of the jet's two crew members and five passengers as unknown. Kulm said the FAA and National Transportation Safety Board will investigate the crash.
Arkansas Democrat Gazette - Metered Site

Thursday, December 1, 2022

Hot Spring County Leadership Forum visits local first responders

Members of the Hot Spring County Leadership Forum spent Thursday, Nov. 17 receiving leadership training and education in the classroom before making two special trips to visit with local first responders and capping it off with some awesome fun at the gun range. The HSC Leadership Forum is a nine-month blended course offered through the Malvern/HSC Chamber of Commerce, in conjunction with local businesses, individuals, and ASU Three Rivers. Leadership Forum sessions take place once monthly and are a day-long mix of informative presentations that teach skills and ideals to make for a more successful leader, along with field trips to local businesses, plus fun activities or group challenges designed to build leadership, communication and teamwork.
Malvern Daily Record

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