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Open letter to Gov. Hutchinson

I respectfully urge you to direct the Big Creek Research and Extension Team to drill to confirm whether hog waste is leaking into groundwater....

Increase of debt and decrease of net energy – what we need to know

John House, MD - In the first part of this series, I mentioned that economic growth and energy have been intimately connected since the...

HDC peeks into aging windows

Nicky Boyette - It was a crowded room and full agenda for the Historic District Commission at the May 4 meeting, but commissioners handily...

Budget freeze helping; goals ID’d

Nicky Boyette - Mayor Butch Berry told city council Monday that his recent freeze imposed on spending is helping the city budget catch up...

Hickory St. vacation on hold

Nicky Boyette - Jim Girkin presented his request Monday for a vacation of a portion of platted, but undeveloped, Hickory Street which runs down...

Food truck committee cruises on

Nicky Boyette - The committee appointed by mayor Butch Berry to hash out details for fitting mobile food truck and trailer vendors into Eureka...

First Amendment rights on parade

Nicky Boyette - Attorney Kent Crow said he, Owen Kendrick and Phil Holland decided the time has come for Eureka Springs to have a...

Improvement District advances to workshop

Nicky Boyette - Craig Hull of the Osage Group addressed city council May 9 about his suggestion that the city establish an Improvement District...

This Week’s Independent Thinker

Alaa Murabit is founder of Voice of Libyan Women, focused on using words, not guns, to achieve diplomacy, cooperation, peace and security. Murabit is convinced,...

Peeking through the lens

(l.-r.) Charlie Phaneuf and Elaine Phaneuf peek through some of John Rankine’s viewfinders on Saturday night during the opening of ‘On my Morning Walk.’...