Street Improvement Bond Initiative passes

The special election results were overwhelmingly in support of the Street Improvement Bond Initiative- 352 for, 12 against. The next steps are to get the bond release underway and to start the bidding process. It is expected that funding will be available by mid-June. Road work is underway now to replace culverts and prep the […]

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501 Life Magazine New Advertising Partner

Sonja Keith, owner and editor, 501 Advertising and Publishing, LLC, visited the Bay for a personal tour on March 31. Hosted by Paul Wellenberger, Dwayne Miller, and Erin Taylor of Taylor’d Marketing, Sonja was immersed for several hours in Bay offerings. The tour included the historical complex and Indian Rock Cave, both golf courses, the […]

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Faye’s Donates To Relay For Life

Retail jewelers across the nation were challenged by wholesale jeweler, Alisa Unger, Designs to create a You Tube video featuring three words that describe their experience with cancer in their own lives and in the lives of those they love. An independent panel judged these videos and $500 was donated to the American Cancer Society […]

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Corps Cautions Lakeside Residents About Spring Cleaning

The Army Corps of Engineers is reminding all persons with property bordering public land around Greers Ferry Lake to know where the property line is and avoid “spring cleaning” on government land. No work can be performed on government property without prior written approval from the Corps. This includes cutting vegetation. Storing personal property is […]

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The Crazy Things We Did By Doug Nelson

“Gone Fishing” During the early 70s Dad and I, along with several of our friends, went to Canada to fish for two weeks every summer. Art and Dave would always get to the lake a day or two early to get everything ready for those of us who were not real fishermen. It was always […]

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Fairfield Bay Rotary by Fred Hilsenrath

Dr. Matthews talked at our Rotary meeting to tell us about his chiropractic work and his knowledge about bacteria that live within our bodies in a symbiotic relationship. Dr. Matthews has been a Chiropractor since 1990 in Heber Springs, and has had a clinic here in Fairfield Bay in the past as well. Dr. Matthews […]


Time for Some Financial “Spring Cleaning”

We’ve just about arrived at spring, the time when many people spruce up their homes, yards and other parts of their surroundings. This year, why not extend that practice a little further and give your financial and investment environment a good “spring cleaning”? Here are a few suggestions for doing just that: Reduce duplication. If […]

Amazing Grace Fund Raiser For A Little Girl With A Big Smile

by Willa Wells A special fundraiser on Saturday, May 2nd at 5 p.m. is being planned for a very special person with ties to our community. Grace Henderson is a vivacious, enthusiastic, smiling eight-year-old who was born with a serious heart condition. To meet her, you wouldn’t know that she has any problems, but her […]

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Arts & Crafts With Sue Pico

Fairfield Bay Community Education Center announces the following series of arts and crafts workshops. Sue Allen Pico will be the instructor. Tentative schedule for the workshops will be weekly in May and early June. You may be the best Grandma in the world, a Sunday School Teacher, VBS Leader, Homeschool Teacher, Entertainment Director, want to […]


Out of Bounds by Geary Leason

You are the Problem, Part II Last week J. Huntington Smedley painted a grim picture that pointed to not only the continuance of horror and slaughter that has besieged mankind from Day One, but that the increasing intensity of these episodes foretells that the end of humanity is not too far away. Smedley made the […]