Mayor, Paul Wellenberger, addrersses the upcoming Bond Issue Special Election.

Road Bond Package Special Election April 14 ~ No new taxes

Paul Wellenberger Mayor, Fairfield Bay A special election will be conducted on April 14, 2015 to consider a proposal to issue bonds for the purpose of addressing our deteriorating roads. These bonds will be paid utilizing road turnback fees from the state. By state law, sales taxes are pledged, but the bonds can and will be […]


Beautify the Bay Days April 10 & 11 “The Mall”

Thanks to all for the incredible support at the fundraising dinner this past Saturday at the Lion’s Den. The donations and gifts, along with the proceeds from the meal will allow us to meet most of our material needs for the project. Now we are down to the “grunt work”. Some preparatory work will occur […]


Relay For Life Fast Approaching

The American Cancer Society will once again bring their signature event to Van Buren County on Friday, May 8 from five p.m. to eleven p.m. The Relay is being held at the Clinton High School Tract and Football field and is an event to bring awareness to the community about the hope, care, and cure […]

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Thank You Volunteers

The Presbyterian Kirk of the Hills wishes to extend to all Bay visitors and neighbors an invitation to join us for our 10:00 a.m. Sunday morning Worship Service. The Worship Service this week will be led by our pastor Rev. Dr. Robert W. Hadley . The message this week is “My Peace”, based upon the […]


Control Your Emotions in Volatile Markets

For the past few years, the stock market has moved up fairly steadily, with no major “corrections.” But thus far in 2015, we’ve already seen periods of volatility — enough, in fact, to make some investors jittery. Nervous investors may be more prone to make decisions based on short-term market movements — so how can […]

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Lions Hearing Projects

by Jim & Phyllis Wilkins What most people think of when the hear Lions Club is related to vision related programs and assistance for the blind and visually impaired. According to the World Health Organization, more than 275 million people worldwide are deaf or hearing impaired. Lions Club International is also involved in many projects […]


Housing Resales in the Bay Strengthen in 2015

The Arkansas Democrat Gazette featured a business headline in their March 11 edition that stated “State home sales rise by 5.1% in January. With some research assistance from a local realtor here in the Bay, sales comparisons were revealed for the period January 1, 2015 thru March 12, 2015 with the same period in 2014. […]


Outdoor Adventure Group Activities

Spring finds the Fairfield Bay Outdoor Adventure Group ending it’s hiking adventures and making plans for more appropriate warm weather activities. The Group is now monitoring the water level on the Upper Buffalo River When the water flow is safe ,and the weather acceptable they will canoe the upper Buffalo River with it’s 40 plus […]

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Out of Bounds by Geary (Smedley) Leasson

Smedley Files Updated Last week, J. Huntington Smedley released his eagerly anticipated expose on the Middle East crisis. In a nutshell, Smedley concludes that the end of Western Civilization, followed quickly by the demise of the entire world – may be nearer than anyone realizes. His illustrated publication is titled, “Whoops! There Goes Another Planet!” […]


Library Volunteers Needed

Fairfield Bay Library Friends, Inc. are looking for new members! If you like fundraising, and fun, then you will like this group. Currently they are working on the 7th Annual Tee It Up For Literacy Golf Tournament. In April they will need volunteers to help with the book sale for the library, May 7, 8, […]