Hospital Commission charting course to keep ESH open

Commissioners voted at Monday’s Hospital meeting to explore renovating or rebuilding the current Eureka Springs Hospital. Chair Michael Merry said his next step will...

Planning hears a cautionary tale

The June 13 Planning Commission meeting opened with city alderman David Mitchell recounting a recent experience he hoped others would learn from when he...

Code revisions getting revised

City Economic Development Coordinator Glenna Booth began Planning’s Code discussion last Tuesday by recommending commissioners clarify that the terms “vacation rental” and “tourist lodging”...

Schools to get new security cameras

At the June 13 Eureka Springs school board meeting, Supt. Bryan Pruitt said it’s time for the district to replace outdated security cameras, as...

Lyme often accompanied by co-infections

Editor’s note: This is part of a continuing series telling stories of people around Eureka Springs who have contracted Lyme disease while the Arkansas...

Ambulance contract points sharpened

The Western Carroll County Ambulance District board met June 13 for a special meeting with Mayor Butch Berry, Fire Chief Nick Samac and Asst....

Natural remedies can repel ticks

If you have read the stories in our series of articles detailing the stories of a dozen people in our area who have contracted...

Esoteric Astrology as news for week June 21 – 27, 2017

Summer Solstice, Midsummer Night’s Dream Tuesday night (West coast) and Wednesday morning, just after midnight (East coast), summer 2017 began. When the Sun enters the...

Parks gets thumbs up from voters

Fewer than ten percent of registered voters went to the polls in Eureka Springs Tuesday, but they ratified continuation of an eighth-of-a-cent sales tax...

Council entertains more marijuana visions

At Monday evening’s Eureka Springs city council meeting, Mayor Butch Berry introduced Marvin Park and Ronnie Rateliff of Ozark Organic Dispensary, Inc., who acquainted...