Parks explores alternative to concession shuttle

Parks Director Justin Huss told the Parks Commission at its May 15 meeting he has changed his mind. After wanting a concessionaire agreement for...

Home is where The Barn is

The Barn at Holiday Island, a popular gathering spot for social gatherings, is celebrating its 80th birthday this year. “The barn is the most rented...

Tick borne illnesses increasing

Alarie Bowerman, the Springdale mother of three daughters who contracted Lyme disease in 2016 in a front yard in Lowell, encountered many barriers in...

Local mom builds do-it-yourself diabetes regulator

Amanda Cagle is a doctor of philosophy, not medicine, who has been successful in working with an online community to build an artificial pancreas...

Esoteric Astrology as news for week May 23-29, 2018

Gemini Festival of Goodwill, Humanity & World Invocation Day The New Group of World Servers (NGWS) prepare together this week for next Tuesday’s full moon festival...

Tuesday Election Results

With few contests at stake in the Democratic primary, Carroll County voters overwhelmingly chose to cast their ballots in the Republican primary. The Republican...

Plastics get committee status

Exploring what kind of ordinance Eureka Springs would need to deal with its perceived overabundance of plastic bags was on the agenda at Monday...

Council probes Parks, CCF alliance

City Attorney Tim Weaver said at the May 14 city council meeting he had spoken with Municipal League attorneys and reviewed state law, and...

Debt free city a possibility

Finance Director Lonnie Clark admitted Monday he had made a mistake when he attached an older amortization schedule to proposed Ord. 2265, and acknowledged...

Planning hits ordinance glitch

Chair Ann Sallee of the Planning Commission told city aldermen Monday that her commission noticed a statement in Code directed toward changes in the...