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Remembering a Hero of Pearl Harbor

The attack on Pearl Harbor seventy-five years ago will forever be etched into the memory of our country. But one part of that infamous story is not as well known: During the attack, an Arkansan named Joe George saved the lives of six sailors aboard the sinking U.S.S. Arizona. In December 1941, Joe George was […]

Clinton Chamber of Commerce

This Week in Our Community UACCM Adult Education Clinton Evening Classes: Classes are run from 4:30 to 7:00 PM. Those wanting to earn a GED, study basic skills for college entrance exams, study computer or financial literacy skills for work, or obtain other work related skills may register and attend classes. Please contact [email protected] or […]

ATV/UTV Trail Cleanup

Anyone interested in riding the new ATV/UTV trails are invited to join a trail ride and cleanup on Friday, August 25, 2017. Riders will meet at Jack’s at 10 a.m. Trashbags and cleanup details will be discussed at the meeting. Hot dogs and drinks will be provided at noon at Woodland Mead Park.

Council Members Approve Resolution and Ordinance

Dan Feuer, Editor The Fairfield Bay City Council met Monday, August 14 for their regularly scheduled meeting. The minutes and financials were accepted as presented. Department managers gave their reports. A special presentation was given by Wilba & Bob Thompson, Managers of the Conference Center and Linda Duncan, Vice President/Treasurer of the Community Foundation, presenting […]

Boozman Statement on Passing of Frank Broyles

WASHINGTON–U.S. Senator John Boozman (R-AR) released the following statement on the passing of Frank Broyles: “Outside of family, the people who had the greatest influences on my life were my coaches and teachers. Perhaps none more so than Frank Broyles. Coach Broyles was larger than life, always doing what he thought was best for the […]

John Boozman Weekly Column: Back to School

The signs of a new academic year are all around us. Parents are filling up carts with school supplies, college students are moving into dorms and teachers are preparing their classrooms and lesson plans for a new school year. It’s an exciting time of year with the promise of new friends, teachers and skills. With […]


LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (August 7, 2017): Arkansas Blue Cross and Blue Shield has been made aware of recent telephone calls trying to scam our customers. The callers say they work for “Blue Cross,” but what they really want is to get people’s personal information. “Keeping our members safe from scams is very important to us,” […]

Arkansas State Police Arrest Missouri Man and Woman After Fleeing

  On August 1st, 2017, around noon, Troopers from the Arkansas State Police made a traffic stopped on two vehicles, one of the vehicles being an erratic driver on South Highway 65. The occupants of both vehicles after being stopped fled on foot from the Trooper. Assisted by Damascus Police and Van Buren County Deputies, […]

Partnership to “Stop the Bleed”

Little Rock, Ark. – The Arkansas Department of Health (ADH) has partnered with the Metropolitan Emergency Medical Services (MEMS), the Arkansas Department of Education (ADE), and Arkansas Children’s (ACH) to offer the “Stop the Bleed” Train-the-Trainer (T3) course for Arkansas School Nurses. The program provides bystanders the skills and basic training to stop uncontrolled bleeding […]

Web Exclusive: Fitness Tip

End of Summer Countdown Healthy Living Tips Shape Magazine Editors Use these easy tricks to end the season at your best • Run Naked – If you’re a gadgets-and-gizmos-a-plenty kind of runner, try leaving them behind on your next outing. With no watch to track your every pace per mile and calorie burned, you’re more […]