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Become a Master Naturalist in the Natural State

Annual training to become a Northwest Arkansas Master Naturalist being Monday, Jan. 21 with field study on Sundays. For more information about classes, class...

Barr to meet with Airport commissioners next week

The Carroll County Airport Commission convened Dec. 4 to discuss what to do about its dire financial circumstance. CCA is funded by an allotment...

City approves plan for grant funding

Most of Monday evening’s Eureka Springs City Council meeting centered around working with Catherine Baker, Community and Economic Development Coordinator for the Northwest Arkansas...

Food truck could become permanent installation

In response to not being selected a site in the Nov. 12 food truck lottery, businessman William Reed, who had been selected the previous...

Path to recoup cleanup expenses passes first reading

Council considered a proposed ordinance addressing when the city incurs “expenses in mitigation or rehabilitation of private property that is subject to violations of...

City officials schooled on kinder, gentler dialogue

“Parliamentary procedure exists for a reason,” Stacey McCullough told a group of 24 representatives of Eureka Springs city hall and city commissions at a...

Constables on Patrol

December 3 12:14 p.m. – Motel staff reported a suspicious vehicle pulled onto their property and just sat there, but it was gone when the...

High school ranking high statewide

Eureka Springs School Board met Monday night with a light agenda for the last meeting of 2018. They approved a pair of student transfers and...

Hope for change

“Since our leaders are behaving like children, we will have to take the responsibility they should have taken long ago." — Greta Thunberg At the...

Getting a second, second, second chance

September brought us two incidents involving local high school coaches. One school overreacted to a minor violation, while the other chose to ignore an...