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Ozark Resort Homes Makes Huge Announcement at Town Meeting

Fairfield Bay is on the move and Wayne Harlon and Mike Lester, owners of Ozark Resort Homes, have so much belief in the future growth of Fairfield Bay, they have put together a $5,000,000 private investment project called Osage Point Townhomes. Osage Point Townhomes will be the most aggressive, single family, residential construction project in Fairfield […]

Five Board Members Fill Positions for the 2016/17 Term of the Fairfield Bay Community Club

The highly anticipated election results ended the Annual Town Meeting on Tuesday, July 19 at the Conference Center. Election chairman, Tom Lang, presented the ballot results. A total of 1,176 ballots were received, 5 were rejected with 2 no votes and 3 with 6 votes per ballot. With five open seats, the winning candidates received […]

VFW Commander Announces New Event

VFW Post 4513 Commander Roy Madrid announced today that every Friday will now be known as “ladies night” with drinks served to ladies for half price from 7 p.m. to close. Everyone is already having fun at the Kra-Z Karaoke contest, which starts at 8 p.m. on Friday nights, continuing into August when winners will […]

Fairfield Bay Rotary by Fred Hilsenrath

Julie Murray talked to us at Rotary about Heber Springs’ development plans. Julie is an experienced business professional with an extensive background in marketing and business development. Most recently, Julie spent the last four years with Solutions House, an advisory services firm that assists organizations with corporate training and ethics programs. Prior to that, she […]

Don’t Keep Family in the Dark about Your Financial Plans

You might work diligently at building a financial roadmap for your retirement years and a comprehensive estate plan. But you can’t just create these strategies – you also have to communicate them. Specifically, you need to inform your spouse and your grown children what you have in mind for the future – because the more […]

Celebrating 50 years in Ministry

On Sunday, July 31, at the Fairfield Bay Baptist Church, Ken’s wife, Pat, family and friends from the past and present will help Ken Reece celebrate his fifty years of service to God. The celebration will begin with the worship service at 10:45 a.m. when Ken’s son, Billy Reece, will be preaching in his father’s […]

Fairfield Bay Community Foundation Offers Residents a Means For Lasting Impact to ‘the Bay’

Among the many exciting announcements at last Tuesday’s Annual Meeting of the Community Club was the creation of the Fairfield Bay Community Foundation. The Community Foundation is a nonprofit, public benefit corporation organized to enhance the quality of life in Fairfield Bay by fostering and promoting education, recreation, culture, historic preservation, literacy and art. As […]

Needs for the Sunshine Room

The Fairfield Bay Lion’s Club offers to all of the residents as well as our visitors such items as Crutches. Walkers, Canes, Wheelchairs, Shower Seats, Portable Commodes. etc., as needed at no charge. We are in need of additional Wheelchairs and Shower Seats. If anyone can supply us with these items or other items of […]

Arkansas By Richard Mason

Small Town Values Well, if you live in China, you might think of a small town population as being around a half million, but this is not about China, it’s about Arkansas, so I’m going to call any town population under 25,000, a small town. In a nutshell: I choose to live in a small […]

Library Receives United Methodist Women GRANT

Van Buren County Library received grant funds from The United Methodist Women of Clinton to help purchase the sign at the new library and 9 I pads to be used as educational tools in library events such as Minecraft, Computer Coding and Geocaching. Minecraft is an interactive, educational game that builds creativity, math skills, teaches […]