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City anticipating an uncertain 2021

A one-item agenda was all Eureka Springs City Council had Monday night: A lottery drawing for the 2021 food truck location at 179 N....

CAPC approves budget with old commissioners

Despite two “No” votes by City Advertising and Promotion commissioners Jeff Carter and James DeVito, the $1.575 million budget was narrowly approved on Nov....

Holiday Island government setting the table

Monday, Nov. 23, the Holiday Island Suburban Improvement District Commissioners unanimously approved Res. 2020-05 recognizing Holiday Island as an incorporated town. Chair pro-tem Bill...

Fire sweeps through homes

Three people lost their homes Wednesday night, Nov. 18, when their apartment building at 565 W. Van Buren caught fire. One of the victims,...

Constables on Patrol

Nov. 16 8:36 a.m. – After making a welfare check officers determined the individual needed medical attention and EMS was notified. 10:34 a.m. – An individual...

Airport gaining altitude on self-reliance

At Friday’s meeting of the Carroll County Airport Commission, commissioner Sandy Martin discussed the airport’s finances saying, “We’re going to become self-sufficient in the...

How it’s shaking locally with Covid

In Arkansas and across the country, the number of new cases of Covid-19 have caused concern about the ability of healthcare workers and hospitals...

Some household supplies are limited

Early in the pandemic, there was a run on toilet paper, paper towels and sanitizer products that resulted in the shelves of many stores...

HDC lets go of a chimney

Much of last week’s meeting of the Historic District Commission focused on a chimney. Barbara Gavron, at 10 Singleton St., asked approval to remove...

Parks takes up repairing Big Foot

The Nov. 17 regular Parks commission meeting began with a quick revision to the agenda, taking off the Shuttle RFP as a topic of...