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Wednesday, Aug. 27, 2014
AUGUST 26 Ladies of Faith Meeting The Aug. 26 Ladies of Faith meeting will host Dr. Nomie Mills, who has planted three ministries and is an international apostolic/prophetic minister. She will share her live experience. The...
Pet of the Week
This small, beautiful 1-year-old longhaired gray and cream tortoise shell is Tyra (No. 10). She's a little shy at first, but very affectionate and gets along well with other cats. Tyra loves to be petted and would appreciate having a real home. Tyra has all her shots and is spayed. ...
'Hungry Bowl' to benefit local food banks (08/25/14)
The Eureka Springs Potters Alliance will present the "Hungry Bowl" charitable fund-raiser to be held from 5 p.m. to 8 pm. Thursday, Oct. 9, at the Eureka Springs Alehouse and Distillery. Each member of the Alliance will make and provide at least 20 bowls for the Hungry Bowl. ...
Eureka Dancing with the Stars (08/22/14)
The Eureka Dancing with the Stars group poses after an intense dance session at Melonlight Dance Studio late Tuesday night. The group is in training for the upcoming show at The Aud on Sept. 11 at 7:30 p.m. Each "star" will perform a 2 minute routine and the group will then perform a choreographed dance for before announcing a winner. ...
Mr. Milner's Opus: New Band Teacher Shares His Story (08/22/14)
On Tuesday, students at Eureka Springs High School met their new band teacher, Barry Milner. They also heard his story, about how he grew up "in a situation" with a father who told him he would never amount to anything. Milner went on to become the only one of his siblings to complete high school. ...
Trails enthusiasts needed (08/22/14)
The trails committee will be hosting a work day on Saturday, August 23 from 8:00-12:00. We will be clearing and removing brush and limbs for a 10' ADA accessible path for which we have received grant funding. This is a great way to give back to the community we love so much. If you can make it, bring gloves, safety glasses, iron rake, hand pruners and loppers. Your insect repellent of choice is highly recommended. Meet at the parks office, 532 Spring St, in Harmon Park...
ES school board has busy agenda (08/22/14)
EUREKA SPRINGS -- The Eureka Springs School Board will tackle a big agenda at its first meeting of the new school year Thursday. The board will do its annual sign-off on several policies: the e-rate record retention and e-rate procurement, gift policy, certified and classified personnel policies and transportation...
Citizen of the Week
Citizen of the Week
Darlene "Molly" Herndon Pinkley has worked at the Inn of the Ozarks since 1975 making this her 40th season. Before that she had worked at the Basin Park Coffee Shop for many years. When someone extra is needed to fill an evening shift if someone is absent, Molly can always be counted on to fill that shift even after she has worked a full shift in the morning. She can be counted on for whatever is needed...
What do YOU think?
Do you feel as if the tree-trimmers went too far in Eureka Springs?
Yes. Power lines take days to fix. Trees take decades to regrow.
Yes, I think they went too far.
No, I don't think so, but I do love trees...and that's a good thing!
Yes, some of the trees look butchered, they may as well have cut them down completely.
Yes, what also bothered me was that they left branches in the roadways.
No, I don't think so. Remember the ice storms? I do think they should have hired locally.
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