1 hr. ago - Hot Springs cares for sister city
A paper crane can mean a lot. As the one-month anniversary of the March 11 Japanese earthquake and the following tsunami approached, the city of Hot Springs raised more than $17,000 for refugees and survivors fleeing to its sister city, Hanamaki, Japan.
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