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This Week’s Independent Thinker

New York high school teacher Shaina Harrison is on a mission to explain that having a gun do your talking always comes to no...

ESH tells council that reimbursements in disarray

Every alderman of City Council was in attendance Monday, May 10, for the regular meeting. Mayor Butch Berry started by announcing that there are...

Time to get graduation cards

Eureka Springs School Board met Monday evening with the end of a challenging school year in sight. The meeting returned to the Middle School...

Leaking water lines to be replaced

Council unanimously approved Res. 795 at Monday’s meeting, which authorizes Mayor Butch Berry to accept the recommendation of McClelland Engineers to accept Kirk’s Excavation...

Workers bear brunt of higher housing costs

While it isn’t unique to Eureka Springs, the appreciation in housing values seen in the past year means that many who work in this...

Soaring property values reflected by higher property taxes

Reappraisals for property in Carroll County will go on the books in 2022, and a lot of property owners in Eureka Springs might by...

Parks’ gardener fired

Parks gardener Denise Pepmiller filed a formal grievance to Parks Commission Chair Kevin Ruehle in regard to Interim-Director Scott Miskiel. Her grievance, filed in...

Constables on Patrol

May 3 9:39 a.m. – There was a response to N. Main due to a possible traffic accident causing damage. 10:45 a.m. – A harassment report...

Diminished quality of wood concerns HDC

The Historic District Commission met last week with a bare quorum and a single Level II application to consider. The resulting meeting took only...

Charlotte Frances (Brown) Poe March 19, 1919 – May 1, 2021

Charlotte Frances (Brown) Poe was born on a farm in Shelby County, Mo., on March 9, 1919 and passed on May 1, 2021 at...