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This Week’s Independent Thinkers March 13, 2019

One of the joys of living is looking in a dog’s eyes. The cross-country team at St. Joseph High School in an ever-lovely California community...

Stakeholders convey hiring suggestions

The Eureka Springs City Advertising & Promotion Commission met for a special workshop March 6 at the Inn of the Ozarks to discuss suggestions...

Council inches closer to a five-member Planning

Eureka Springs City Council met March 11 with a full slate of aldermen but slim public attendance.  Aldermen took to the subject of Ord. 2275...

Norris St. property to get second appraisal

Mayor Butch Berry provided council with a commercial appraisal of the 25 Norris St. property at Monday’s council meeting, valuing it at $114,000. The property...

Public’s right to know addressed

City Attorney Tim Weaver provided his interpretation of ex parte at Monday’s meeting, advising council and city commissioners not to discuss city business with another...

Planning accommodates applicant

Still short of commissioners Phyllis Pike did receive approval from the Planning Commission to place a gazebo in front of her business, Trick My Leathers,...

It’s taking three to replace one

Pat Kasner and Ray Johnson of Flint Street Fellowship Food Pantry reflect the finest in volunteer service to our community. For nearly 14 years,...

Roof, railings and rock walls all approved

The Historic District Commission had few objections to the applications approved at last Wednesday’s meeting. James DeVito received permission to add a roof over the...

School board keeps it short and sweet

The Eureka Springs school board met Monday evening with an agenda primarily consisting of principals’ reports, although in executive session, the board added a...

Constables on Patrol

March 5 7:12 a.m. – Officers responded to a business alarm and all was secure. 2:46 p.m. – A report was taken in response to a...