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2017 Yacht Club Membership Cards

We are currently in the process of completing the list of retailers giving discounts to Yacht Club members. The cards should be finished next week and we are making them digital so you can carry them with you on your phone. The cards will be sent to your email address that you provided on your […]

Tom Cotton Column: An Arkansas Patriot Finally Comes Home

This month, the remains of Private First Class Larry Roberts, a native of Damascus, Arkansas, were reinterred at Arlington National Cemetery. I had the honor of attending his funeral, and I wanted to share his story with you. It was November 1943, the height of World War II. Private Roberts was assigned to the Special […]

Man Accused of Inappropriate Door-to-Door Solicitation Arrested

On June 20, 2017, the Cleburne County Sheriff’s Office received several complaints about a male subject doing door to door solicitation. It was reported to deputies that a male, identified as Jeffery Hergert, had gone to several residences, and also contacted several people by phone, claiming that they had won prizes to be delivered to […]

Twelve to Swim the English Channel

Fairfield Bay resident, Mona Arnold, is a proud grandmother and is very excited to share the news that her grandson, David Arnold, is one of twelve people to swim the English Channel this month. A team of six American swimmers and six French swimmers have prepared to cross the English Channel from Dover France in […]

Obituary: Dolora Ann Smith

Dolora Ann Smith, age 80, of Fairfield Bay was called to heaven June 1, 2017. She was born Sept 1, 1936, in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Ann completed high school at Classen High in Oklahoma City and studied interior design at Oklahoma Baptist University in Shawnee, Oklahoma, where she was a member of the school choir. […]

Obituary: Bonnie L. Busch

Bonnye L. Busch, 94, passed away May 25, 2017. She had relocated during the last year of her life from Fairfield Bay, AR, to Topeka, KS, to be in the care of her family. Bonnye was born Bonnye Lynn Harris in Angleton, TX, Sept 27, 1922, to William Bond Harris and Dola Lynn (George) Harris. […]

Garden Club Trip

Our interesting adventure on June 20 takes us to the foothills of the Quachita Mountains where the beautiful Subiaco Monastery and School will pique our interest and provide us with a lot of surprising information. After our tour through the monastery, we will travel to the Weiderkehr Winery Restaurant for a refreshing lunch and visitation. […]

Grillin & Chilin at Little Red

Flamenco Guitarist, Ronald Radford Comes to Heber Springs

Renowned Flamenco Guitarist, Ronald Radford will be performing at the Heber Springs Performing Arts Center on Saturday, June 10 from 7:30 – 9 p.m. Admission is FREE. Ronald Radford is known world-wide as the American master of the Flamenco (Fla-meng-ko) guitar. He began his career as a student of the legendary Flamenco guitarist Carlos Montoya […]

Corps to Closes One Lane of Hey 25 Bridge Across Greers Ferry Dam

HEBER SPRINGS, Ark. – The Corps of Engineers will close one lane of Highway 25 across Greers Ferry Dam from 7 a.m. until 4 p.m. June 12, weather permitting, while Corps personnel conduct a routine inspection of the bridge. The lane closure has been coordinated with local emergency and law enforcement agencies. Officials from the […]