Five Candidates Seek Two Vacant Seats On The Fairfield Bay Community Club Board

Nancy Mueller Born in Sheboygan, Wisconsin Married to Walter Mueller for 43 years Two children, Mike and Sarah – Three grandchildren, Nick, Joshua, and Luca Worked for the Federal government for 26 years – Retired April 2011 Education 2004 Bachelor of Science, Management/Human Resources, Magna Cum Laude, Park University Awards 1998 Federal Woman of the […]

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Business Profile: Sophisticuts Salon

New to Shirley, but certainly not new to Hair Styling, Delores Napier, Betty Colbert and Kim Walker have the combined experience of over a centenarian. Delores Napier has worked in numerous salons in and around the Bay area, even working as an instructor at The Hair Styling Academy in Little Rock. Sophisticuts Salon has been […]

Wear And Share Continues To Prosper

Once again, Wear and Share is pleased to report that things are going well with the store. Even though this past year continued to show a downward trend both in sales dollars as well as in the number of volunteers needed to effectively operate the store, we were able to meet our donation commitments and […]


“Munis” Can Still Work for You – Even in Tough Times

No matter where you live, the chances are good that a state or local government near you may be having some difficulty in balancing its budget. As a citizen, you’re probably concerned about how this situation will affect your life and your community. But as an investor, you may also wonder how this might affect […]

Blood Drive

Community Blood Drive

St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church Fellowship Hall is the site for the Fairfield Bay Community Blood Drive. Blood is especially needed this summer, so please mark your calendar today for Tuesday, June 9 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. to participate. You can email to schedule a specific appointment time. Enter sponsor code […]

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Fairfield Bay Rotary News

At rotary, we always find important issues to talk about. Sid Roberts talked to us about the loss of his home due to fire. Sid grew up in Little Rock and is an Electrical Engineer by training, having graduated from the Univ. of Arkansas in 1965. He traveled the world while working for Conoco and […]

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OUT OF BOUNDS By Geary (Smedley) Leason

More From Candidate Huey P. Smedley Last week, the big news here was that our local and vocal geezer, Huey P. Smedley, declared himself as a candidate for President of the United States in the 2016 election. This week, Smedley expounds on some of his more controversial campaign planks as many readers signaled they needed […]

Conference Center Events

Monday Morning Visitor’s Welcome 9 a.m. We invite all of our visitors to join us each Monday at 9 a.m. for free coffee and donuts along with milk for the kids. Lots of door prizes and fun information on all our activities for the week. The Gomer and Patsy Show Each Tuesday, Now Through September 8. […]

Puppet Playhouse Thanksgiving

Holiday Puppet Theater and Gallery Headed to Retirement and Closeout

After over 15 years, the Artisans Gift Gallery and Puppet Theater in Fairfield Bay will be closing the doors. Rosemary and Bob Holiday are retiring, marking 30 years of business in Fairfield Bay. The Holidays came to the Bay in 1985 when they bought what was then, a low power, nearly quiet, radio station KFFB. […]


Handicapped Barge Donation

Adele Hartig, Treasurer of Xi Gamma Zeta Sorority, presents a check to Mayor Paul Wellenberger for a $500 donation to the Veterans Barge.  The sorority funds were raised at a garage sale to close the home of sorority sister Avonelle Studts, who in turn donated the funds to the sorority.