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50/50/50/50 Plaque is ready for proofing

The proof of the 50/50/50/50 plague that will be on display at the Conference Center is ready for proofing. The proof will be at the reception desk of the Community Club on Monday, October 31. If you are one of the donors please come by the office and proof the information you submitted no later […]

Sewer and Garbage Fees to Increase

In July Fairfield Bay celebrated its 50th birthday. Like most of us at 50, the Bay is still in relatively good shape. Nevertheless, some signs of getting older are beginning to occur. The oldest sections of our sewer system, those made of cement or clay, are beginning to fail. Following a sudden or heavy rain, […]

Osage Point Groundbreaking Makes Fairfield Bay Future Bright

photos courtesy of Alex Kielnen On Tuesday, October 18, Fairfield Bay held a groundbreaking on a project that hasn’t been seen in 25 years. Osage Point is the vision and belief in the future of Fairfield Bay by numerous members of the community and the Ozark Resort Homes. A lot of hard work went into […]

Fairfield Bay Hotel Opportunity November 1

The City of Fairfield Bay, Arkansas commissioned a hotel feasibility study in early 2016. Results of the study, by HVS out of Houston, Texas, concluded that a new hotel near the Fairfield BayConference Center would be a good fit. With the results in hand, the City of Fairfield Bay went into action seeking out possible […]

“Real Entertainment” on a Sunday Afternoon

Plan to join us on Sunday, November 6 at the FFB Conference Center (110 Lost Creek Parkway in Fairfield Bay) for an afternoon of “Real Entertaining.” This unique group of multi-talented young ladies demonstrates the value of young people learning and excelling in music. All ages enjoy their songs, their sounds, and the fun of […]

Arkansas Attorney General Recognizes Fairfield Bay Officer Donald Crispell

On October 5, 2016 Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge recognized Fairfield Bay Officer Donald Crispell as the Van Buren County Officer of the Year at the 2016 Law Enforcement Summit held at Camp Robinson in North Little Rock. Nearly 600 officers from around the state were in attendance, including state police, county sheriffs, municipal police, […]

What are the Key Uses of Cash?

As an investor, you may find that the elements of your portfolio that seem to draw most of your attention are stocks and bonds. After all, these investment vehicles, and others derived from them, provide you with potential growth and income opportunities — which is why you invest in the first place. Yet, you also […]

Welcome Aboard

Book your tickets now to cruise the Pacific Rim on the USS Fairfield Bay on Saturday, November 19. Arrive on deck at 5 p.m. as the Captain and crew greet passengers and introduce the specialty drinks for the cocktail hour. At 6 p.m., the first of five courses of inspiring land-and-sea dishes prepared by the […]

Crazy Things We Did by Doug Nelson

“The Dummy” Shortly after Halloween last year, Gayle and I were in Walgreens and they had masks of Nixon and Khrushchev on sale. We got one of each, thinking it would be fun masquerading around town with the masks on. It wasn’t as much fun as we had anticipated so that evening we picked up […]

Mainstreet Kids

  On Wednesday, October 12, Smokey the Bear, his trusty Forrest Ranger Andy Shaver, and Shirley Fire Cheif Mike Worthing visited Mainstreet Kids in Shirley. They came to teach the students about fire safety. The students were given a gift bag full of their own fire- fighter hats, badges, and other goodies.   Walmart Pharmacist […]